Another busy week of Esports action is on the cards with big events in the worlds of Rainbow Six and Counter Strike: Global Offensive to look forward to.
It is the turn of Rainbow Six first of all with the Jonkoping Major in Sweden starting on Monday and running throughout the week.
And on Wednesday, attention turns to the latest big event in CS:GO - the BLAST Premier Fall Finals - and a lot can be deduced from the teams based on recent performances at the IEM Rio Major in Brazil.
Those two events dominate the week but on Friday, the Free Fire World Series also starts in Bangkok.
Rainbow Six: Jonkoping Major begins
The Rainbow Six Jonkoping Major is the standout event at the beginning of the week, starting its group stage on Monday.
The major tournament features 16 teams competing across four groups in Jonkoping and Stockholm with a prize pool of $500,000 on the line.
In the group phase, all matches are a best-of-one format and the top two teams in each group advance to the playoffs.
Rainbow Six: More top-tier action from Sweden
Teams competing in the Rainbow Six Jonkoping Major play their second round of group matches on Tuesday with 16 games on the schedule in total.
CS:GO: BLAST Premier Fall Finals get underway
Wednesday marks the beginning of the latest big event in the world of CS:GO as the BLAST Premier Fall Finals gets started with the group stage.
Eight teams are set to compete in the tournament in Copenhagen in Denmark with six having qualified directly as a result of their performances in the BLAST Premier Fall Groups and the other two - Heroic and Fluxo - qualifying from the European and American showdowns.
The tournament begins with a double-elimination group stage in which one team from each of the two groups will be eliminated before the knockout stage.
The three other teams in each section will then progress to the tournament's playoffs and Wednesday features the first two matches in each group.
As for Group B, Natus Vincere are expected to overpower shots Fluxo and Team Liquid are 1/1 to beat G2 Esports.
CS:GO: First teams eliminated in the BLAST Premier Fall Finals
On Thursday the remaining two matches in each of Group A and B will be played in the BLAST Premier Fall Finals, meaning we will know which two sides have been eliminated from the tournament by the end of the day.
CS:GO: Time for BLAST Premier Fall Finals knockout phase
There is a rapid turnaround in the BLAST Premier Fall Finals with the event's knockout stage getting underway on Friday, the day after the conclusion of the group stage.
The teams which finished in second and third spot in Groups A and B are in action in the quarter-finals with the winners of those matches set to advance to the semi-finals.
They will then face the original group winners, who advanced directly to the last four and bypassed the quarter-finals.
Rainbow Six: Jonkoping Major reaches knockout phase
Rainbow Six's latest major in Jonkoping in Sweden moves to the knockout stage on Friday with the quarter-finals featuring the top two sides in each of the four groups.
Free Fire: World Series action in Bangkok
Battle royale game Free Fire, otherwise known as Garena Free Fire, is not the most notable Esport in the world, but the biannual World Series 2022 Bangkok begins on Friday with a prize pool of $1,780,000.
The event features teams from Brazil, Argentina, Portugal and Thailand itself.
CS:GO: BLAST Premier Finals reach last four
The action in the BLAST Premier Finals continues to come thick and fast with the semi-finals taking place on Saturday.
CS:GO: BLAST Premier Finals champions revealed
It is the Grand Final of the BLAST Premier Finals on Sunday.
The winners of the event will take home $200,000 in prize money and secure a spot at the BLAST Premier World Final.