Esports: How to Watch, and why you should?
In a world without physical sports and or entertainment, video games have become the go-to thing. One thing the Coronavirus hasn’t taken away is gaming. You need something to do or watch, then look no further than Esports. From sports game simulations to straight-out Call of Duty or Overwatch, there are esports leagues for everyone to enjoy. Wondering how to watch them, well here is just a few ways to tune in.
Youtube Gaming is a growing page
One of the easiest ways to check our your favorite Esport, is to simply go to Youtube Gaming, and you can find matches from the Call of Duty League, and Overwatch League. The only issue here is if you are looking for the big tournament’s perhaps this isn’t the way to go.
Twitch.tv might have it all
It is common for Twitch.tv to stream some of the top esports leagues in the world. Including League of Legends, Fortnite, and CS: GO with over 100,000 concurrent viewers around the world. Twitch continues to grow, and so much so that with the recent creation of the eNASCAR Pro Series, many of NASCAR’s top drivers have live-streamed iRacing events. Including this past Sunday’s race at the Virtual Texas Motor Speedway.
Other ways to watch
Facebook doesn’t quite have the capabilities of Twitch and Youtube, but that hasn’t stopped the site from streaming some of the popular esports on Facebook Watch. ESPN has also been known to live broadcast some of the major Championship events in the esports world including the Overwatch League Championship.
Why you should tune in?
Not only are the sporting events growing in popularity for watching, but more and more people are also wanting to join in on the fun. The rise of esports has proven to be very important in this difficult time across the world. It has also become more popular in the betting world, as there isn’t much to bet on in the sporting world right now. So tune in and check out the growing world of esports. Also, make sure to check back daily for some Esports betting tips and content.