What To Watch This Weekend: Dragon Ball FighterZ, Counter-Strike, And Halo

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This week, Halo returns after a brief hiatus, Southern California Regionals continues the road to Capcom Cup in December, and Counter-Strike’s London major continues at full force.

The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Faceit London Major continues this weekend, so if you kept up with the event last week during the last Swiss round stage, there’s no reason to stop now! (Stream / Schedule)

The Southern California Regionals host the next slew of major fighting game tournaments, and is part of the major competitive circuits for Dragon Ball FighterZStreet Fighter V, and Tekken 7, and will also host tournaments for lots of other games. (Streams and Schedule)

Halo Infinite my still be a ways off, but competitive Halo 5: Guardians is back with its next HCS major in London. (Streams and Schedule)

It’s America’s turn to have their Hearthstone Championship Series before the Fall Championship, so expect to find out whether the Americas have talent (in Hearthstone). (Stream / Schedule)

The StarCraft II GSL Code S Season 3 Finals are upon us! The first-place winner receives KRW170,000,000.00 as part of their prize! That may only be a little over $150,000, but that’s still $150,000! (Stream)

Rounding out our Blizzard trio, the Heroes of the Storm Intercontinental Clash pits teams from throughout the bottom hemisphere in separate tournaments before coming together in a fun crossover tournament. (Stream / Schedule)

League of Legends, having finished up its LCS phase proper, moves on to Regionals! We have one match today, and one major one tomorrow. (Stream / 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 below.