Important esports events of February week 3

February week 3 is just a weekend away, VCT Challengers have begun this week, CoD’s CDL qualifiers run on full steam with CDL Major 1 fast approaching.

Biggest and baddest CSGO event of the year: IEM Katowice also begins this week on 15th.

DotA and LoL events keep rolling and so does R6 Invitational. Let’s take a dive into the highlights of week 3.

Intel Extreme Masters Season XVI - Katowice (CSGO) and IEM Katowice 2022 (SC2)

One of the most important events of the year and the esports scene, IEM Katowice, which we will be covering exclusively and in depth this week, begins on February 15th and will conclude on 27th, with an insanely high prize pool of $1,000,000 for CSGO and $500,000 for StarCraft 2.

Make sure to not miss out on this one, which we will also give bonuses on its upcoming matches on our site.

Dota 2

Dota Pro Circuit 2021-22

DPC CN, EEU, NA 2021/2022 Tour 1 Regional Finals will be played this week on 18th February, and will mark the end of the Winter Tour for those regions as well since the rest of DPC Tour 1 is over.

Prize pool will be distributed among the top 2 teams respectively: $50,000 for the 1st contender and $15,000 for the 2nd place, and the top 2 teams will gain 250 and 130 DPC points.

BTS Pro Series Season 10: Southeast Asia and Americas

BTS Pro Series season 10 will occupy the gap in the Southeast Asian and American Dota 2 schedules for the whole month of February.

Beyond the Summit, the tournament organiser, kicked off the 10th season of its Pro Series Southeast Asia and Americas circuits, which will run from February 5 to March 6.

T1, Polaris Esports, Quincy Crew, and Thunder Predator are among the top teams in the competition, which promises a thrilling battle for a US$100,000 prize fund.

For both areas, the tournament will be split into two parts. The first phase, which lasted from February 6 to 8, was completed this past weekend.

League of Legends

LEC 2022 Spring playoffs

LEC 2022 Spring’s second phase of the league begins on February 14th. 6 teams that have survived the group stage will now face off in the playoffs. They will compete for the €200,000 prize and of course, their honour.

Rainbow Six Siege

via ESL

Six Invitational 2022 Playoffs

The S tier tournament of Siege: Six Invitational 2022’s playoffs will begin on Monday February 14, and will end on Sunday, February 20, where best of the best will face each other.

The prize pool will have a cap of USD $3,000,000 and the rest will be redistributed to support the Rainbow Six Esports circuit for the 2022 season.

Ubisoft has prepared an extensive guide to Six Invıtational 2022 for a detailed breakdown of what’s taking place.

What better way to spend Valentine’s day eh? Don’t miss out on the biggest R6 event of the year.


Masters Tour 2022 One

Masters Tour 2022 One is the first season of 2022 Masters Tour series tournaments for Grandmasters 2022. Masters of decks and RNG will begin their first Hearthstone competition of the year Friday 18th.

Cards will be played, blood will be spilled and the winner is going to earn the prize of $250,000.

Call of Duty

Call of Duty League 2022: Stage 1 week 3

CDL 2022: Stage 1 has entered its last week where it ends on February 20, afterwards top teams will face off in March’s Call of Duty League 2022: Stage 1 Major on the 3rd.

Since CDL rules and regulations are prone to change a lot you can check out the latest updated CDL Ruleset article and directly access the official v1.2 Call of Duty Challengers™ Rule Book.

You can watch the official stream on YouTube or directly stream the matches when they are being played on our matches page.

Rocket League

RLCS 2021-22 - Winter: North America, Oceania, Middle East and North Africa,  Asia-Pacific South Regional Event 1 begins on 14th. Rocket League is immense in its format and regions so it’s easy to get lost inside its realm.

Here’s a quick rundown of its format: RLCS 2021-22 is the second RLCS season in 2021, crossing over into 2022. This season introduces the most major changes to the RLCS system yet with more regions and an updated format.

3 splits - Fall, Winter, Spring - each have 3 regional events leading into an international major. Within all these events, each team collects points that will determine whether they will qualify for the World Championship or World Championship Wildcard.

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