ESL Pro League Season 17 Group D, the Spring Splits in League Of Legends and the beginning of the 2023 circuit for Rainbow Six: Siege are all on the menu and you can find all the details below.
The main action on Monday comes from Rainbow Six: Siege, where the Europe League 2023 kicks off. The opening match sees Heroic take on TT9 Esports, while Major winners G2 Esports (10/11) kick off their campaign against Team BDS (4/5).
The CCT circuits continue in Counter Strike: Global Offensive, with CCT North, Central and West Europe all having matches on Monday.
In League Of Legends, the LEC Spring also continues, with the big match of the day seeing Team Vitality take on Fnatic.
There are key matches in the LPL Spring on Tuesday, with Rare Atom and Ultra Prime locking horns. We also have Ninjas in Pyjamas versus Invictus Gaming.
The action at the CCT circuits continue in Counter Strike: Global Offensive too, while ESL Challenger Season 44 Europe also hosts some key clashes, including Bad News Eagles versus SAW.
Group D of ESL Pro League Season 17 kicks off on Wednesday, with Natus Vincere, Astralis, ENCE, Liquid, forZe, Spirit, ATK and Rare Atom all joining the fray.
There is $850,000 up for grabs at the tournament, hosted in Malta, and the playoff bracket already houses 12 teams. The final four will be decided this week and with several teams coming into the tournament in excellent form, a big side is guaranteed to miss out.
Natus Vincere have recently returned to form alongside Astralis, while ENCE come into the tournament having added rising star Nertz to their line-up. Liquid have been a consistent player at big tournaments this year and are another side with playoff aspirations.
Natus Vincere, Astralis, ENCE and Liquid are expected to make it through, but FORZE and Spirit both have the potential to upset the applecart. ATK and Rare Atom both have huge tasks on their hands.
There were plenty of shocks when Group C concluded last week, with Ninjas In Pyjamas and OG missing out on the playoffs. 00Nation were the surprise addition to the playoffs, beating Rooster, Grayhound and Ninjas In Pyjamas along the way.
There is plenty of League Of Legends action to keep us engaged on Thursday, including matches at the LCK Spring.
T1 are 15-1 in the LCK Spring but they face their biggest test in second-placed Dplus KIA, who are 12-4 in the standings.
The other match of the day sees Hanwha Life Esports clash with Gen.G.
It is a day to savour for League Of Legends fans, with several major regions having matches on Friday. LPL, LCK, LCS and VCS all host games, with FunPlus Phoenix, Edward Gaming, KT Rolster, Cloud9 and Evil Geniuses just a few examples of the teams in action.
CS:GO’s ESL Pro League Season 17 continues on Friday too, with the race to escape Group D heating up.
There are three matches in the LPL Spring, with JD Gaming having an excellent chance to close down pacesetters EDward Gaming when they take on struggling Rare Atom. Weibo Gaming take on Ninjas In Pyjamas to kick off the day, while TOP Esports and Bilibili Gaming close the card.
It is also the penultimate day of action at ESL Pro League Season 17 group stage. Two teams will be eliminated on Saturday, while one team will also book their place in the playoffs.
CS:GO’s ESL Pro League Season 17 group stage concludes on Sunday, with the final two teams for the playoff bracket being decided. There are 12 teams already waiting for them in the playoff bracket, including G2, Heroic and Vitality, who won their respective groups.