Esports events calendar 2019

It’s the start of the year and that means only one thing: laying out the events we want to go to over the next 12 months. Obviously, most events won’t have been announced yet, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get a headstart and look at what is available.

If you’re interested, have a look back at our favourite esports events of 2018 – and let us know what you think!

This listing will look only at the biggest stand-alone events – with Pro Leagues and smaller tournaments in different titles sprinkled intermittently throughout the year, we’ll be sure to keep you updated on each of those as and when they happen.


09-13: The Bucharest Minor (Dota 2)

10-12: PUBG Asia Invitational 2019 (PUBG)

16-20: Europe Minor Championship (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive)

16-20: CWL Pro League Play-In (Call of Duty)

19-20: iBUYPOWER Masters IV (CS:GO)

19-27: The Chongqing Major (Dota 2)


11-17: Six Invitational 2019 (Rainbow Six Siege)

15-17: DreamHack Leipzig (Rocket League, Hearthstone)

19-24: ESL One Katowice (Dota 2)

25-Mar 03: IEM Katowice (CSGO, StarCraft II, Fortnite)


11-17: WESG (Dota 2, Hearthstone, CSGO, SCII)

15-17: CWL Fort Worth (CoD)

23: BLAST Pro Series: São Paulo (CS:GO)


19-21: DreamHack Rio


3-5: IEM Sydney (CS:GO)

3-5: CWL London (CoD)

17-19: DreamHack Tours

31-Jun 2: DreamHack Dallas

28- Jun 2: ESL One Birmingham (Dota 2)


14-16: CWL Anaheim (CoD)

15-17: DreamHack Summer


4-7: DreamHack Valencia

5-7: ESL One Cologne 2019 (CS:GO)


TBC: The International 10 (Dota 2)

TBC: Call of Duty World Championship (CoD)

2-4: EVO 2019 (Fighting games)


6-8: DreamHack Montreal


TBC: League of Legends World Championship (League of Legends)

18-20: DreamHack Rotterdam


15-17: DreamHack Atlanta

29-Dec 01: DreamHack Winter


13-15: DreamHack Sevilla

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