While this week marks the end of China's LPL Spring Playoffs with a high-octane final on the cards, the action in the European RMR A qualifiers for the CS:GO Paris Major is just getting started.
Here is a look at the week ahead in the world of Esports.
With the regular season having concluded, the group stage has begun in the LEC Spring 2023 with the eight teams remaining divided across two sections of four.
Already each team has played one match and on Monday attention turns to the Winners' matches in each group.
The Winners' Matches take place between the two teams in each group to have won their opening games and offers them the chance for direct qualification to the playoffs.
The teams that lose the winners' matches, however, will drop into the Decider Matches on Sunday, when they will lock horns with the losers of the elimination matches.
As it stands, Astralis are 12/5 to beat 3/10 shots Team Vitality in the Group A winners' match on Monday, while Team BDS are 4/6 to defeat KOI, who are , in the Group B winners' match.
The inaugural BLAST Paris Major gets underway in the French capital next month and qualifying for the Major has already begun.
The European RMR A qualifiers have concluded and the RMR B event begins on Tuesday at the BLAST Studio in Copenhagen.
Every team is in action in round one on Tuesday and among the highlights are Team Vitality's clash with Astralis and an encounter between Ninjas in Pyjamas and Eternal Fire.
Vitality are 8/15 to beat 11/8 shots Astralis, while Ninjas in Pyjamas can be backed at 4/7 to beat Eternal Fire, who are to succeed.
China's LPL is considered one of the most prestigious divisions in the world of League of Legends and on Tuesday, its Spring playoffs continue with a gripping semi-final between Edward Gaming and Bilibili Gaming.
The winner of the match will progress to the Grand Final and face juggernauts JD Gaming for the LPL Spring 2023 title.
Edward Gaming are 8/11 to win, while Bilibili Gaming are .
The aforementioned Blast Paris Major European RMR B continues on Wednesday with round three.
The teams competing will be divided between high matches, mid matches and low matches dependent on their previous results as they continue to battle their way to the CS:GO season's next Major tournament.
Taking place at the Messe Berlin Charlottenburg in Germany, VALORANT's EMEA League continues with two matches on Thursday.
The S-Tier event features some of the biggest teams on the VALORANT VCT circuit and the day's action sees 1/1 shots KOI face FUT Esports, who are 8/11 to win, while Team Liquid are 2/1 outsiders against selection Fnatic.
The first three Majors in this season's Call of Duty League came at a rapid pace and the fourth is also approaching.
Qualifying for Major Four concludes this week with matches on Friday, Saturday and Sunday determining the seeding of those competing in the main event.
It is OpTic Texas who are out in front with a 3-0 record in Major Four qualifying heading into the final week, while at the other end of the standings Florida Mutineers have lost all four of their matches.
All matches on Friday look pretty one-sided but it should be entertaining when 1/4 shots Atlanta FaZe tackle Minnesota ROKKR, who are to come out on top.
With the regular season having started all the way back in January, China's LPL Spring reaches its conclusion on Saturday with the LPL Spring Playoffs final for 2023.
After sweeping aside Edward Gaming 3-0 in the semi-finals, JD Gaming have already secured their spot in the Grand Final and will battle with either Edward Gaming again or Bilibili Gaming for the title.
The final batch of qualifiers for the Call of Duty League Major Four take place on Sunday.
And the final match of Major Four qualifying is between New York Subliners and Boston Breach, who are 8/13 and respectively to come out on top.