The Esports industry is booming and with it, the popularity of competitive gaming events has sky-rocketed. If you’re looking to stay up-to-date on all the biggest and best upcoming tournaments, then you’ve come to the right place. If you’re looking to stay up-to-date on all the biggest and best upcoming esports tournaments, then you’ve come to the right place. Here are 5 platforms that will help make sure you don’t miss a beat when it comes to coverage of your favourite games:

1. Twitch:

This live streaming platform is perhaps the most popular choice for watching competitive gaming. Not only does it offer a variety of streams to choose from, but it also has interactive features that allow viewers to interact with streamers and other fans. Although Twitch is a great way to watch competitive gaming, it is primarily focused on video games as opposed to professional sports.

There are many different types of games that people stream, including fighting games, sports games, strategy games, and even mobile games. Twitch was founded in 2011 by Justin Kan and Emmett Shear, both ex-Googlers. In 2014, Twitch had over 100 million unique visitors per month. By 2017, Twitch’s monthly active user base exceeded 200 million. Even if you discover a streamer that you enjoy watching, it can sometimes be difficult to keep up with the amount of content that is produced on Twitch. This is where the Twitch Gamepedia Wiki comes into play. The Twitch Gamepedia Wiki is a fan-maintained database for Twitch streamers. This crowdsourced platform lets users rate and review different streams and also keeps track of streamers’ broadcasts.

2. YouTube Gaming:

Although it’s not quite as popular as Twitch, YouTube Gaming is another leading platform and has a large number of streams from some of the biggest games. YouTube Gaming is a video platform created by Google. It was launched on June 15th, 2015. It is a place where users can upload their videos and share them with others. Users can create channels based on different topics they want to talk about.

There are over 1 billion unique viewers per month who visit the site. The site is also very easy to navigate, and you can use the same account to log on to YouTube as well. You can stream games on YouTube Gaming, but you can also watch others do the same. Video capture, editing and uploading are simple to do on the site. You can also use sites like Streamlabs to simplify the process and add some flare to your streaming. 3. Facebook Live: Facebook has taken a strong liking towards live video. More specifically, live video that takes place in the real world.

3. Mixer

The mixer is a live streaming website that was acquired by Microsoft in 2018. It’s similar to Twitch in that it lets people broadcast themselves playing video games, however, it does not host those broadcasts. Instead, Mixer partners with content creators to help them monetize their content. Unlike Twitch, Mixer features a unique feature called Megastream, which was the first-ever use of HTML5 technology.

The mixer has a different design from Twitch and allows content creators to run their communities. The mixer has enabled all of its streamers to use donation badges, which they can customize themselves.

4. Reddit:

Reddit is an online content aggregator with a focus on sharing and discussing news, events and opinions. There are over 1.2 billion unique users a month and millions of unique visitors to the website daily to browse its content. In the summer of 2016, Reddit introduced live chat during events, which is a feature that users can chat in real-time with other Reddit users as they watch and discuss the same event.

Reddit is also a popular social media marketing tool, as it is a rare place where you can interact with your target audience. It allows users to submit content and then vote on it. The more upvotes the more exposure the post gets and the more likely it will be seen by other users.

What are the most popular Esports right now?

League of Legends (LoL): A Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) game developed by Riot Games. League of Legends is the world’s most popular Esports game and is played professionally all across the globe. The 2017 League of Legends World Championship was the most watched Esports tournament ever with over 43 million people watching online.

Dota 2: A Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) video game developed by Valve Corporation. Dota 2 is a game played professionally all across the globe and was the most popular game in terms of viewership during the Dota 2 International 2017. The International 2017 had a total of 24 million unique viewers, with an average of over 1 million people watching online per day.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO): A multiplayer first-person shooter developed by Hidden Path Entertainment and Valve Corporation. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is played professionally all across the globe. The highest earning Esports organization of 2017 was Astralis, who earned a total of $1,699,749 in prize money across 44 tournaments.

Valiant: Valiant is a free-to-play first-person shooter developed by Riot Games and published by Tencent. It was released worldwide on May 23, 2019. Valiant’s competitive scene consists of four regions: North America, Europe, Oceania, and South Korea. Teams compete in weekly tournaments to qualify for regional events. At these events, teams compete in best-of-three series to determine who advances to the World Championship. Many professional players have joined the Valorant esports scene, and many of them have also played in Overwatch, Team Fortress 2, Heroes of the Storm, and Rainbow Six: Siege. The game was generally received unfavourably. The most heavily criticized part of the game was its cross-platform play, since there were only a few games that would support it, and it was criticized for having relatively shallow gameplay. The game also had an extremely low player count.