Top 6 E-sports events to look forward to in 2021

Most-awaited E-sports events you can bet on in 2021


The esports industry may not have faced a blow as hard as the sports industry due to the pandemic, but it did get hit in parts. Did you know the total esports prize pool award amount took a massive hit last year? 

However, things look brighter now that the biggest esports events, cancelled last year, are lined up for 2021. With that, tons of seasonal circuits and newly authorized leagues will also make crucial competitive gaming markets more stable. 

Market Speculations & Highlights

  • In 2019, the esports industry generated $950 million, which grew to $1.1 billion in 2020. By the close of 2023, the number is expected to reach $1.6 billion approximately. 
  • As per projections, the global market size will grow between 2021 to 2026 at a 6.2% CAGR. 
  • With a per-year growth of 11.7%, the esports audience in 2020 totalled 495 million people. 


Considering the present situation, you can only hope the numbers keep growing. So, if you are a fan of esports, hang on to this space. 

We’ve listed the top-tier upcoming esports events here. These events also make for great betting opportunities. You can place your wagers from anywhere and at any time with zero deposits. You can visit online resources like MightyTips to know more about the betting bonus. Claim your free bets now!


Esports betting events for 2021


Dota Pro Circuit

If you’re starting to bet on esports this year, you have probably heard of the two largest MOBA esports- Dota 2 and League of Legends.


Dota 2’s (The International 2021):

Dota 2 was the most significant event on Valve’s 2020 calendar, but due to the pandemic, it was called off. We still do not know the precise dates, but you can expect Dota 2 to kick off sometime in August 2021.

Watch out for this year’s TI10 prize pool bettors! It can reach up to $40 million. Plus, this season, regional leagues will replace the Minors and decide which team advances to the majors. This time there will be 18 teams (from 6 regions) in the Majors. Following the second Major, the International 2021 will be icing on the cake.



Good news for the fans- LOL will take a tour of multiple cities for its qualifiers. The European Championship started on January 22, followed by the North American Championship on February 5.

League of Legends format this year has changed significantly. The prize pool of $150,000 looks like a fine motivator! Plus, participants get to prove their grounds in the Lock-in event at the start of the season. LOL is clearly all set for a spectacle this year, as far as pro-gaming is concerned.

Riot Games have not yet confirmed the dates for its Finals, to be held in China (for the second time). Going by the past years, we can assume it will happen sometime around September.


EVO (Evolution) Championships

After the controversies of 2020, the greatest online fighting game championship is all set for a comeback. The event will be happening across two back-to-back weekends- August 6-8 & 13-15. The list of all the eligible countries and prize pools is not out yet.

However, the format for this one remains the same. The championship holds four titles across Asia, LATAM, North America and Europe, with Top 8 and top 4 broadcasts for each game title. EVO 2021 will undoubtedly feature four community favorites, including Street Fighter (Champion Edition), Tekken 7, Mortal Kombat Ultimate and Guilty Gear.


CS:GO Circuit


ESL Pro League:

Another year means two more seasons of the ESL Pro League. It is an obvious choice for you if you are a major fan of CSGO action that is league-like. This year, you can expect both the 13th and the 14th season to feature a lineup of international teams in a LAN environment. 

The first season, this year, began on March 10, and the second is due on September 8. Stay tuned for the upcoming season, as it is going to be more intense this time. This global event will feature 24 teams and will span over four weeks, ending on October 10. It really is esports at its purest! 


DreamHack Masters:

This is another competitive (video) gaming event in the CS:GO circuit that you should look forward to for online betting. DreamHack Masters is all set to begin on June 3 (the summer event). We’re still blind on its Winter event, but it is unlikely for DreamHack to drop it.  

Only one more month to go. Make sure it tops your bucket list. 


Six Invitational

Look this one up now because this is Rainbox Six’s biggest esports event, and it is just around the corner. It also is the peak of this year’s R6 betting endeavours. The Group Stage schedule is between May 11 to May 16, and the Playoffs (with eight best teams) happen from May 19 to May 23. If you miss this, you will have to wait till January 2022 for the next big event. 

The launch of this FPS title for R6S (Rainbow Six Siege) betting was relatively poor. However, the bookies now offer an extremely sophisticated environment, making it one of the best FPS e-game titles ever. Plus, the prize pool of this one is supposed to go up to $3,000,000. 

Hosted by ESL, the broadcast talents will be from four areas as usual- Asia, Europe, English and LATAM and it’ll be a cross-regional competition featuring 19 teams. 

2020 has been an unconventional year for many industries on a global scale. Many sectors were forced to adopt digital methods. Due to the pandemic, people also missed out on plenty of their favorite entertainment activities, including sports betting. More and more bettors have started turning this way since live sports tournaments are yet to come back in full swing. You can know more by clicking this link

I can already tell 2021 is about to be all the more exciting for both seasoned and novice bettors with so many esports tournaments lined up. Plus, the return of LAN events points towards more specials for your esports betting ventures.

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