If you follow Blizzard's esports at all, you're probably aware that the South Korean region is unlike any other.
Are you ready for the most hype of the year?
This week there's not much going on in Blizzard esports.
There's a sense of finality in the air.
Now that Dreamhack is over, the dog days of summer are beginning in earnest.
Dreamhack Summer is one of the biggest hubs for esports every year.
It's going to be a long weekend for Blizzard esports, even if all you're watching is the HGC Mid-Season Brawl.
Something fun I've noticed covering all these Blizzard esports for a while is they tend to sync up.
Twitch is honoring the life and legacy of Mr.
It was another of those odd weeks in Blizzard esports where things seem to be hotter outside the actual matches being played.
School is winding down for the year.
As April comes to a close the Blizzard esports competitions, like the weather, is really starting to heat up. The exception is Overwatch, of course, which continues its weird holding pattern of small events while we wait on any information.
At my house there's going to be a lot more heated debate over the TVs in the house capable of streaming, since the LCS Finals are this weekend.
The baseball season is underway and the hockey playoffs are just beginning, so it's about to get real at my house.
Spoiler alert: most of the Blizzard esports taking place this week are happening across the globe on Saturday.
It's that time of year again, when spring is starting in earnest.