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January is the start of the season for many competitive disciplines. But it's still a middle of the season for some of those. So today we are going to find out the most popular tournaments and disciplines of past month.
The beginning of the first month of 2019 was interesting to the esports fans and the casual gamers alike. The latter have spent a huge amount of time watching the normal broadcasts over the past month. We have decided to make a summary that would outline the most popular Twitch streamers of January.
In the modern world, the "battle royale" genre is no longer regarded as something phenomenal. Even with such an over-saturated market, there was still a niche to be filled by the new shooter from the very company responsible for the excellent FPS series. Here we are of course talking about the Apex Legends.
The first two minors of the Dota 2 2018\19 competitive season are already over. Now is the time to make a comparison, and today's subjects will be the DreamLeague 10 and The Bucharest Minor. In this article, we will show which one from this pair has managed to attract more broadcast viewers.
The Russian-speaking esports community has always managed to surprise the rest of the world by its teams, events, and even the ordinary viewers. As we are finally ready to present the CIS regional results for 2018, this will be the main topic of today's article.
The next CS:GO event overseen by Valve would be the Berlin major. It will be conducted by the famous Ukrainian tournament operator, Starladder. Despite the long and fruitful cooperation this TO had with the Valve and its events, it is the first time when the Ukrainians were entrusted with holding the World Cup for this game. In this article, we will explain why SLTV has long earned such amount of trust, and yet why a non-CIS city became the tournament venue.