2019 in esports

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2019 in sports

List of esports events in 2019 (also known as professional gaming).

Calendar of events[edit]

Tournaments[edit]

Date Game Event Location Winner(s)
January 9 – 13 Dota 2 The Bucharest Minor[1] PGL Studios − Bucharest, Romania EHOME
January 10 – 12 PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds PUBG Asia Invitational 2019[2] Cotai ArenaMacau, China Actoz Starz Red
January 19 – 27 Dota 2 The Chongqing Major[3] Bloomage Culture and Sports Center − Chongqing, China Team Secret
January 25 – 27 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ELEAGUE CS:GO Invitational 2019[4] ELEAGUE Arena − Atlanta, United States FaZe Clan
February 1 – 3 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Super Smash Bros. Melee
Super Smash Bros.
Genesis 6[5] Oakland Convention Center and Paramount TheatreOakland, United States MKLeo (SSBU)
Hungrybox (SSBM)
k y s k (SSB)
February 4 – July 6 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 2019 CWL Pro League[6] Nationwide ArenaColumbus, United States eUnited
February 13 – March 3 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
StarCraft II
Intel Extreme Masters Season XIII – World Championship[7] SpodekKatowice, Poland Astralis (CS:GO)
Dignitas (female CS:GO)
soO (StarCraft II)
February 15 – 17 various fighting games Evo Japan 2019[8] Fukuoka Kokusai CenterFukuoka, Japan See main article
February 22 – 24 Dota 2 ESL One Katowice 2019[9] Spodek − Katowice, Poland Team Secret
March 1 – 3 Fortnite ESL Katowice Royale[10] Spodek − Katowice, Poland Vinny1x
March 7 – 10 Dota 2 StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor Season 1[11] Cybersport Arena − Kyiv, Ukraine Vici Gaming
March 14 – 24 Dota 2 DreamLeague Season 11[12] Annexet − Stockholm, Sweden Vici Gaming
March 15–17 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 CWL Fort Worth Fort Worth Convention CenterTexas, United States Luminosity Gaming
March 22 – 23 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive BLAST Pro Series São Paulo 2019[13] Ginásio do Ibirapuera − São Paulo, Brazil Astralis
March 30 – April 7 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive StarSeries i-League CS:GO Season 7[14] Baoshan Sport Center − Shanghai, China Natus Vincere
April 12 – 13 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive BLAST Pro Series Miami 2019[15] Watsco Center − Coral Gables, United States FaZe Clan
April 16 – 21 Dota 2 ESL One Mumbai[16] Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Indoor StadiumMumbai, India Keen Gaming
April 16 – 21 PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds FACEIT Global Summit: PUBG Classic[17] ExCeLLondon, United Kingdom OP Gaming
April 22 – 28 Dota 2 OGA Dota Pit Minor[18] Spaladium ArenaSplit, Croatia Ninjas in Pyjamas
April 25 – 28 Hearthstone 2019 HCT World Championship[19] Heping Basketball Gymnasium − Taipei, Taiwan Hunterace
May 1–19 League of Legends 2019 Mid-Season Invitational VCS Studio − Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (Play-in stage)

Vietnam National Convention Center - Hanoi, Vietnam (Group stage)

Heping Basketball Gymnasium − Taipei, Taiwan (Playoffs)

G2 Esports[20]
May 3–5 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 CWL London Copper Box ArenaLondon, United Kingdom 100 Thieves
May 4 – 12 Dota 2 MDL Disneyland Paris Major[21] Disneyland ParisParis, France Team Secret
June 12 – 16 Dota 2 StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor Season 2[22] Cybersport Arena − Kyiv, Ukraine Ninjas in Pyjamas
June 14–16 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 CWL Anaheim Anaheim Convention CenterCalifornia, United States 100 Thieves
June 19 – 23 Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup (MSC) 2019[23] Smart Araneta ColiseumManila, Philippines Onic Esports
June 22 – 30 Dota 2 Epicenter Major[24] VEB ArenaMoscow, Russia Vici Gaming
June 26 – 28 Fortnite 2019 Fortnite World Cup Finals[25] Arthur Ashe StadiumNew York City, United States Bugha (solo)
Aqua & Nyhrox (duo)
June 27 - July 14 Arena of Valor Arena of Valor World Cup Tiên Sơn Sports Complex - Đà Nẵng, Vietnam Team Vietnam
July 18–21 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Intel Extreme Masters Season XIV - Chicago United Centre − Chicago, United States Team Liquid
August 2 – 4 various fighting games Evo 2019[26] Mandalay BayLas Vegas, United States Various
August 12–18 Rainbow Six Siege Six Major Raleigh[27] Raleigh Convention CenterRaleigh, United States Team Empire
August 14–18 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 2019 Call of Duty Championship Pauley PavilionLos Angeles, United States eUnited
August 16 – 18 Hearthstone Masters Tour 2019 Seoul[28] OGN StudiosSeoul, South Korea Felkeine
August 20 – 25 Dota 2 The International 2019[29] Mercedes-Benz ArenaShanghai, China OG[30]
August 23–28 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Starladder Berlin Major 2019[31] Mercedes-Benz ArenaBerlin, Germany Astralis
September 29 Overwatch 2019 Overwatch League Grand Finals[32] Wells Fargo CenterPhiladelphia, United States San Francisco Shock
September 26–29 Counter Strike: Global Offensive ESL One: New York 2019 Barclays Centre New York, United States Evil Geniuses
October 1 – 6 Counter Strike: Global Offensive DreamHack Masters Malmö 2019 MalmöMässan (Group stage) and Malmö Arena (Playoffs) Malmö, Sweden Fnatic
October 2 - November 10 League of Legends 2019 League of Legends World Championship LEC Studio - Berlin, Germany (Play-in stage)

Verti Music Hall - Berlin, Germany (Group stage)

Palacio Vistalegre - Madrid, Spain (Quarter- and semi-finals)

AccorHotels Arena - Paris, France (Final)

FunPlus Phoenix[33]
October 28 Virtual Regatta - Inshore eSailing World Championship Final Fairmont Southampton Hotel, Bermuda Velista71 (ITA)[34]
November 1 – 2 Overwatch 2019 Overwatch World Cup[35] Anaheim Convention CenterAnaheim, United States United States
November 2 Soulcalibur VI Soulcalibur World Invitational 2019 ESports Arena Las Vegas − Las Vegas, United States Skyll
November 5–24 Arena of Valor Arena of Valor International Championship Garena Esports Studio - Bangkok, Thailand (Group stage & Quarter-finals)

ICONSIAM (Semi-finals and Grand Finals)

Team Flash (Vietnam)
November 7 – 10 Counter Strike: Global Offensive Intel Extreme Masters Season XIV - Beijing Beijing University Students Stadium- Beijing, China Astralis
November 15–17 Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Mobile Legends: Bang Bang World Championship (M1) 2019[36] Axiata ArenaKuala Lumpur, Malaysia EVOS Legends
November 29 - December 1 Counter Strike: Global Offensive DreamHack Open Winter 2019 Elmia Convention Centre − Jönköping, Sweden forZe
December 3 – 8 Counter Strike: Global Offensive ESL Pro League Season 10: Finals Odense Congress Centre (Group Stage) and Jyske Bank Arena (Playoffs) - Odense, Denmark mousesports
December 6 – 8 Counter Strike: Global Offensive DreamHack Deli Invitational 2019 NSIC Exhibition Ground − New Delhi, India pro100
December 7 – 8 Tekken 7 2019 Tekken World Tour Finals KBank Siam Pic-Ganesha − Bangkok, Thailand Chikurin
December 12 – 14 Counter Strike: Global Offensive Blast Pro Series: Global Final 2019 ISA Sports City − Riffa, Bahrain Astralis
December 13 – 15 Counter Strike: Global Offensive cs_summit 5 Summit Studios − Los Angeles, United States mousesports
December 13 – 15 Street Fighter V Capcom Cup 2019 The Novo by MicrosoftLos Angeles, United States Idom
December 13 – 15 Counter Strike: Global Offensive DreamHack Open Sevilla 2019 FIBESSevilla, Spain North
December 17 – 22 Counter Strike: Global Offensive EPICENTER 2019 Crocus Expo Hall − Moscow, Russia Team Vitality

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