2017 in esports

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List of events in 2017 in eSports (also known as professional gaming).

Calendar of events[edit]

Tournaments[edit]

Date Game Event Location Winner(s)
January 5-8 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ESEA S23 Global Burbank, United States Rogue
January 6-8 Dota 2 ESL One Genting 2017 Arena of StarsGenting Highlands, Malaysia Digital Chaos
January 12-15 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive WESG Changzhou, China Team EnvyUs
January 13-15 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive DreamHack Leipzig Leipzig, Germany FlipSid3 Tactics
January 20-22 Super Smash Bros. Melee
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Super Smash Bros.
Genesis 4 San Jose Convention Center (January 20 and 21)
City National Civic (January 22)
San Jose, United States
Armada (SSBM)
MKLeo (SSB4)
Alvin (SSB)
January 22–29 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ELEAGUE Major 2017 Fox TheaterAtlanta, United States Astralis
March 10-12 Killer Instinct Killer Instinct World Cup 2017 Tobin Center − San Antonio, United States Sleep
April 27–30 Dota 2 Kiev Major National Palace of ArtsKiev, Ukraine OG
April 28-30 Counter Strike: Global Offensive
StarCraft II
Street Fighter V
Super Smash Bros.
DreamHack Austin 2017 Austin Convention CenterAustin, United States Various
May 25-28 Dota 2 Manila Masters 2017 Mall of Asia ArenaPasay, The Philippines Evil Geniuses
July 14-16 Various fighting games Evolution 2017 Mandalay BayLas Vegas, United States Various
July 16-23 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive PGL Major 2017 Tauron ArenaKraków, Poland Gambit Esports
August 7–12 Dota 2 The International 2017 KeyArenaSeattle, United States Team Liquid
September 1-October 13 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier Turner Studios – Atlanta, United States FaZe Clan
September 23—November 4 League of Legends 2017 League of Legends World Championship Wuhan Gymnasium - Wuhan, China (group stage)
Guangzhou Gymnasium - Guangzhou, China (quarterfinals)
Shanghai Oriental Sports Center - Shanghai, China (semifinals)
Beijing National Stadium - Beijing, China (finals)
Samsung Galaxy
October 23-29 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Epicenter: CSGO 2017 Yubileyny Sports PalaceSaint Petersburg, Russia SK Gaming
October 26-29 Dota 2 ESL One Hamburg 2017 Barclaycard ArenaHamburg, Germany Virtus.pro
November 14-19 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
Intel Extreme Masters Season XII – Oakland Oracle ArenaOakland, United States Ninjas in Pyjamas (CS:GO)
*aAa* Gaming (PUBG)
November 25-26 F1 2017 2017 FIA Formula One eSports Series Yas Marina CircuitAbu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Brendon Leigh (BAM Leigh)
December 1-4 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Dota 2
H1Z1
Hearthstone
Quake Champions
Super Smash Bros. Melee
DreamHack Winter 2017 Elmia FairJönköping, Sweden Natus Vincere (CS:GO)
Team Secret (Dota 2)
Impact Gaming (H1Z1)
Zumpp (Hearthstone)
DaHanG (Quake)
Armada (SSMB)
December 8-10 Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Battle for the Stones Finals Hilton Anaheim (December 8)
Anaheim Convention Center (December 10)
Anaheim, United States
Cloud805
December 9-10 Street Fighter V Capcom Cup 2017 Hilton Anaheim (December 9)
Anaheim Convention Center (December 10)
Anaheim, United States
MenaRD

Awards[edit]

Television series[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Esports Industry Awards 2017 | Recognising excellence in global Esports". www.esportsindustryawards.com. Retrieved 2017-11-15.
  2. ^ "All the winners from the Esports Industry Awards 2017". Mail Online. Retrieved 2017-11-15.
  3. ^ "Esports Anime - The King's Avatar Coming 2017". Akshon Esports. Retrieved 2018-06-06.