2015 in esports

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List of events in 2015 in esports (also known as professional gaming).

Calendar of events[edit]

(for extended events the final date is listed)

Date Game Event Location Winner/s
January 6 Dota 2 i-League Season 2 China LGD Gaming
January 9–11 Smite Smite World Championship Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center
Atlanta, Georgia, US
COGnitive Prime
January 30–February 1 Super Smash Bros. series
numerous games
Apex 2015 Garden State Convention Center
Somerset, New Jersey, US
SuPeRbOoMfAn (Smash 64)
PPMD (Melee)
Ally (Brawl)
ZeRo (Smash 4)
February 24–October 6 iRacing.com NASCAR Peak Antifreeze Series Online Kenny Humpe[1]
February 1–March 27 Dota 2 Major All Stars Dota 2 Tournament finals Kuala Lumpur Invictus Gaming
February 9 Dota 2 Dota 2 Asia Championships Shanghai, China Evil Geniuses
March 1 World of Tanks Wargaming.net EU Gold Series Season 5 Finals Sofia, Bulgaria Kazna Kru
March 8 Halo 2: Anniversary Halo Championship Series (HCS) Season 1 Finals (PAX East 2015) Boston, Massachusetts Evil Geniuses
March 15 StarCraft II
League of Legends
Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) Season IX Katowice Katowice, Poland SC2: Zest
LoL: Team SoloMid
March 15 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Electronic Sports League (ESL) One Katowice Katowice fnatic
March 23 Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings War is Coming online TheViper
March 27–29 Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Major League Gaming Call of Duty Championship Los Angeles, California, US Denial eSports
March 29 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Star Ladder StarSeries Season XII Kiev, Ukraine Ninjas in Pyjamas
April 5 StarCraft II 2015 StarCraft II World Championship Series (WCS) Season 1 France Polt
April 6 League of Legends Vietnam Championship Series (VCS) Spring 2015 Vietnam (online) Saigon Fantastic Five
April 6 numerous games Gamers Assembly Poitiers (see article)
April 8 League of Legends Challenger Series Spring Finals Los Angeles Enemy eSports
April 9 League of Legends Tencent LoL Secondary Pro League 2015 Spring Finals China Qiao Gu
April 12 Dota 2 joinDOTA MLG Pro League Season 1 Columbus, Ohio Team Empire
April 12 League of Legends Garena Premier League (GPL) Spring 2015 Vietnam National Convention Center
Từ Liêm, Hanoi
Saigon Fantastic 5
April 11–26 Heroes of the Storm Heroes of the Dorm Shrine Auditorium
Los Angeles
University of California, Berkeley
May 2–3 Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Electronic Sports World Cup (ESWC 2015) Zénith de Paris
Paris, France
OpTic Gaming
July 17–19 numerous fighting games Evolution 2015 Bally's / Paris Las Vegas Casino
Las Vegas, Nevada, US
see main article
July ?-23[2] Halo 2: Anniversary[2] Halo Championship Series (HCS) Season 2 Finals[2] Burbank, California[2] Evil Geniuses[2]
August 3–8 Dota 2 The International 2015 KeyArena
Seattle, Washington, US
Evil Geniuses
August 22–23 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ESL One Cologne 2015 Cologne, Germany Fnatic
September 19–20 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Super Smash Bros. Melee
DreamHack London 2015 London, England, United Kingdom
September 19–20 numerous games DreamHack Stockholm 2015
October 31 League of Legends League of Legends World Championship grand finals Mercedes-Benz Arena
Berlin, Germany
SK Telecom T1
November 7 Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft Hearthstone World Championship 2015 Anaheim, California Sebastian "Ostkaka" Engwall[3]
November 26–29 Numerous games DreamHack Winter 2015 Jönköping, Sweden
December 2–5 Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft
League of Legends
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void
IeSF E-Sports World Championship 2015 Seoul, South Korea Team Serbia
December 4-6 CrossFire CrossFire Stars (CFS) 2015 Grand Finals Guangzhou, China HG.LongZhu
December 6 Ultra Street Fighter IV Capcom Cup 2015 Moscone Center
San Francisco, California, US


  1. ^ iRacing Alfalla closes NASCAR Peak Antifreeze Series on a winning note Archived 2015-10-13 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ a b c d e "Halo Championship Series Season 2 Finals Results". Retrieved 2015-07-27.
  3. ^ Swedish player Ostkaka wins the 2015 Hearthstone World Championship at BlizzCon November 7, 2015. Retrieved December 2, 2015.