Not even the time-warping power of Daylight Savings can stop these gaming events! But, you should probably keep that whole “Spring Forward” thing in mind as you pour over the schedules for this week.
Call of Duty: WWII begins its run on the CWL this weekend, so if you’ve been keeping up with the game over the Winter and what to see the game played at its best, this is your best shot. (Stream / Schedule)
You’ll be able to catch a lot of Overwatch this weekend. Along with the usual Overwatch League (Stream / Schedule) today, you can also catch the Contenders league tomorrow, where upstarts looking to prove their worth face off against each other. (Stream / Schedule)
Meanwhile, Halo 5: Guardians is in Sydney, Australia, for the its Championship Series, but the tournament schedule isn’t too far off from other time zones, so you shouldn’t have too much trouble watching. (Stream / Schedule)
If you’re willing to stay up super-late (or don’t mind catching the replay in the morning), you can watch the grand finals of the Dota 2 Bucharest Major. Dark Willow didn’t make the showing we expected – maybe she’s not as broken as people thought? (Stream / Schedule)
The Rocket League Championship series returns this week with the Rival Play-In Series as 128 teams across North America and Europe fight for 4 spots on the Championship bracket. The North American broadcast starts at 12pm PST, while the European broadcast starts at 9am PDT. (Stream)
It’s the final week of the regular season for the League of Legends Championship series, so you’ll be able to see where your favorite team stacks up this weekend before a one-week break and then, the playoffs. (Stream/ Schedule)
If you’re looking to catch some Super Smash Bros. For Wii U action as you wait to see if it’s being ported over to Switch or if the announcement is a new entry, check out the Chicago Gaming Coalition event this weekend. (Streams and Schedule)
That’s it for this weekend! Let us know if we missed an event, or if there’s a scene you’d like us to cover, in the comments.