Over the years, League of Legends and DOTA 2 have sat at the forefront of the MOBA genre – they’ve also played major roles in the development of Esports as a whole thanks to their active competitive scenes and consistent game mechanics.
The show must and will go on-line! ESL One Los Angeles 2020 is being played and broadcasted online with 34 teams in five regional online leagues from March 28 to April 19. Teams are competing for a total $375,000 USD prize money in a round-robin Bo3 format with a Best-of-Five grand final. Let’s analyze some Monday matches.
WePlay! Esports and its partners pledged a prize pool of $120,000, which, along with all the donated funds, will be equally split between CEPI and GlobalGiving to fight COVID-19. By the end of day 5, the esports community increased the prize pool to $200,000 and unlocked four fundraising milestones.