It will be a very busy week for all of the League of Legends divisions around the globe, but that isn’t the only Esports action coming up this week.
There are plenty of interesting matches in the LPL, among some of the other major leagues in LOL. There are also matches in Dota2 and VALORANT during the week. Let’s take a closer look at the action starting on Monday.
China’s LPL's important match-ups
The action in the LPL does not disappoint, with the field being one of the strongest in the world in League of Legends.
Team We will try to edge Ninjas in Pyjamas as the two are the opening match on the schedule for Monday. Both of those teams could use a win.
Anyone’s Legend will be looking for a little extra juice as they take on LGD Gaming.
Both teams find themselves outside the top 10 in the overall standings, but a win for Anyone’s Legend could move the team ahead of the likes of FunPlus Phoenix and Bilibilli Gaming.
Ultra Prime and Rare Atom both can have some bragging rights over the other with a victory as the two teams didn’t fare well last year in the summer split.
It should be a close match for sure, but Rare Atom is the favourite at -150 over Ultra at +110.
FunPlus Phoenix takes on Invictus Gaming, with both teams near the bottom portion of the standings.
This is a true toss-up. FunPlus has a better record, yet Invictus could sneak up on anyone.
LCO highlights Tuesday's action
Ground Zero and Team Bliss face-off in a week three match of the LCO 2023 Split 2.
Team Bliss is 3-1 in games played thus far and looking to keep pace with Chiefs Esports.
As for Ground Zero Gaming, they have won two games, but have tied with their first two opponents and Team Bliss has the edge.
The second match of the day will pit Dire Wolves against Pentanet.GG. It should be a tight race in this league.
A win for -350 Dire Wolves could easily put them back into the race for the second spot in the standings as things stand.
Five LFL matches on the schedule
It will be a very busy day in the LFL, with plenty of matches to keep an eye on, including GameWard taking on LDLC.
Vitality.Bee at +137 will try to take down GO, but that is going to be a tough task.
Karmine Corp and IziDream will lock horns in a showdown, while Aegis faces off against BK ROG Esports.
The final match of the day will be between Team BD Academy and Solary.
TCL from League of Legends has plenty in store
Eternal Fire has a big test ahead of it as they will face-off with Futbolist in one of the four matches in the TCL Summer on Thursday.
Other matches include a clash between Istanbul Wild Cats and NASR.
Dark Passage (-138) will try to outshine Galakticos, before Besiktas and Super Massive close out the action for the day.
VCS Summer highlights the day
A pair of matches in VCS Summer will heat up Friday. Team Secret takes on MGN Box, before the second match-up sees the Saigon Buffalo up against Team Whales.
CS:GO Action on the slate for the CBCS 2023 Season
A couple of semifinal matches will see Meta take on the winner of BESTIA or ODDIK, before the second match of this event sees Sharks face-off with the winner of The Union or FURIA Academy.
Other than that it’s a pretty light schedule for Saturday.
LCS Challengers Qualifiers in League of Legends
Sunday is a busy day for several LOL teams as they compete in the LCS Challengers Qualifiers.
These minor teams from North America look to try and earn a place among the best LCS teams in the world.
With nine matches on the slate for Sunday, there will be plenty of teams to keep an eye on, including a number of top-name Academy teams, from 100 Thieves, Cloud9, Team Liquid among others.