It is set to be another week dominated by League of Legends, but it is one which ends with the Grand Final of the end-of-season Call of Duty League Championship.
By the end of the week, the 2023 champion of the Call of Duty League will have been crowned, but before then punters can look forward to some more intriguing contests across the major League of Legend divisions.
League of Legends : China's LPL Summer continues with Bilibili Gaming involved
China's LPL Summer season is only two weeks old but already it is becoming clear which teams are in contention to make the playoffs in the coming months.
Bilibili Gaming are flying in the LPL Summer with four wins from four matches, putting them top of the standings, and they are in action on Monday.
They are priced at 1/16 to defeat Anyone's Legend, who have a 1-3 record and are 7/1 to prevail.
League of Legends : JD Gaming face Royal Never Give Up in LPL Summer
JD Gaming laid down a marker in the early stages of the 2023 season, winning both the LPL Spring and the Mid-Season Invitational and they have made a promising start to the LPL Summer with four wins from their opening five matches.
On Tuesday, they continue their LPL Summer campaign against Royal Never Give Up. JD Gaming are 1/7 to win and their opponents can be backed at 4/1.
League of Legends : LCS Summer begins with Team Liquid and Cloud9 in action
It is the turn of North America's premier League of Legends division to start its new campaign - the LCS Summer - on Wednesday.
There are ten teams competing in the split with the top eight qualifying for the LCS Championship, which starts at the end of July.
There are five matches taking place in the LCS Summer on Wednesday night, with 2/5 Team Liquid up against 7/4 TSM, while Cloud9 take on Golden Guardians.
Call of Duty League : End-of-season Championship gets underway
All roads have led to this in Call of Duty League this season - the end-of-season Call of Duty Championship.
By the end of the week the new Call of Duty League world champions will be crowned after four days of matches, which begin at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas on Thursday.
There are eight teams involved in the event with teams having qualified based on the points they have accumulated throughout the season in various Call of Duty League Majors.
The event is a double-elimination bracket with all matches apart from the Grand Final played out in a best-of-five format.
Having lost in the final of last year's Call of Duty League Championship, Atlanta FaZe are 2/1 for the title, with Toronto Ultra, who won Major Three earlier this year, priced at 7/2.
League of Legends : Double header on the cards in LCK Summer
South Korea's LCK Summer began last week and resumes this Wednesday.
On Friday there is another double header, with LCK Spring champions Gen.G expected to beat Nongshim RedForce, while KT Rolster are 1/8 to win against 9/2 DRX.
League of Legends: LEC Summer starts in Germany
Starting a little later than the other Major splits across the globe, Europe's LEC Summer begins in Germany on Saturday.
In a change to its calendar format this year, the LEC season is now split up into the LEC Winter, the LEC Spring and the LEC Summer, which is the last split before the season finals.
The LEC Summer also operates a little differently to its equivalents in other regions, with the tournament starting with a regular season before moving on to a group stage and playoffs.
Call of Duty League : 2023 champion set to be crowned
It is the big one on Sunday as the Call of Duty League 2023 winners will be crowned.
The Grand Final will be played in a best-of-nine format and the winners will take home $1million in prize money.
Last year's Championship was won by LA Thieves, who defeated Atlanta FaZe in the Grand Final.