eSports Game ReviewsWe will take a look at the most popular games which are connected in some way to eSports betting. It’s not a surprise that those type of games have the biggest fan base, prize pools and events and tournaments. In our eSports Game Reviews, you will find interesting facts about the games, the best games of the year, and all the upcoming matches and updates for all the eSports disciplines. Most Popular eSports Games for 2020 2020 is quite dynamic in terms of eSports games. According to NowLoading, the rankings are as follows: League of Legends: LoL continues to be the most popular game with 70 million players each month. Hearthstone: The fast-paced strategy card game had more than 50 million players log in last month. More people play Hearthstone than the third, fourth, and fifth most popular games. DotA 2: Currently, 10 million active and unique players take on this action/strategy game. World of Warcraft-Legion: Racks up nearly 4 million monthly players. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive: The most popular first-person shooter game with 3 million active players monthly. eSports Game Reviews League of Legends Game Review Antoan Vasilev | 2016-10-27League of Legends is the most popular eSports game in the world. Check our full review to get the most important information about it. DotA 2 Game Review Antoan Vasilev | 2016-10-27DotA 2 is a highly popular MOBA game and most bookmakers allow you to bet on it. Read our full review here. StarCraft 2 Game Review Antoan Vasilev | 2016-10-27If you've ever wondered how eSports started, here is the answer. StarCraft 2 is considered as the first eSports discipline in the world.Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Game Review Antoan Vasilev | 2016-10-27Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is one of the most popular games in the world. In our game review, we will take a look at everything that you need to know. Our eSports ReviewsLeague of Legends is the by far most popular game in the world. It has more than 70 million active players and is taking the number one spot on Twitch. League of Legends (LoL) is a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) video game developed and published by Riot Games. It was inspired by the Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne, Defense of the Ancients, and is free to play. There are many different leagues, competitions, and even world championships which are held annually. You can bet on LoL matches with basically every bookmaker which is supported by us. CS:GO Review The objective of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is to complete objectives while attempting to eliminate the enemy team. Even though that might sound rather simple, CS:GO players need to have both: tactical knowledge and quick reflexes. It is a fast-paced multiplayer first-person shooter game which was developed by Hidden Path Entertainment and Valve corporation. Prior to this version of the game there were already three installments, however CS:GO is now the most popular game by a wide margin. Dota 2 Review Dota is the second free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena video game on our list. It’s first installment Dota initially created the whole genre and Dota 2 features tournaments, which feature the highest prize money amounts in the eSports industry. The game itself was developed by Valve Corporation and is based on the Warcraft 3 stand-alone sequel Defense of the Ancients (DotA). Starcraft 2 Review Starcraft 2 is the successor of the highly popular Starcraft real-time strategy game. It was one of the first actual eSports games and is extremely famous all across the globe and especially in South Korea. StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty is a military science fiction real-time strategy video game developed and released by Blizzard Entertainment. The sequel of StarCraft is split into three installments. The first one is the base game with the subtitle Wings of Liberty. Second is an expansion pack, Heart of the Swarm, and the last is a stand-alone expansion pack called Legacy of the Void. eSports Patches and Add-ons Have you ever wondered what makes the games interesting for so long? The answer is simple. Innovations. Every game developer is trying to make the game more interesting for the players with updating and adding some new stuff. For example, in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Valve is changing the map pool very often, to remake some of the maps and make them more dynamic and exciting for the fans. LoL and DotA 2 also have new updates and patches, fixing some of the bugs, nerfing or buffing the champions/heroes and changing the meta of the game. eSport Events and Tournaments eSport competitions are growing with each passing year. The proof of that is the DotA 2 International tournament, whose prize money can easily compete with the biggest sports tournaments. League of Legends, CS:GO and Hearthstone also gathers thousands of gaming fans in a variety of major events. eSports on TV With every following year, the impact of eSports on television become bigger and bigger. For example, Turner Broadcasting (TBS) is partnering with talent agency WME/IMG for an ELEAGUE. Modern Times Group (MTG) is a Swedish digital entertainment company which also holds eSports businesses like ESL and Dreamhack. GET UP TO $350 IN FREE BETS & BONUSES! Claim Now New Customers Only | 18+ | T&Cs Apply Related Articles Gambit Esports won Dota 2 Winter Madness Antoan Vasilev | 2019-01-13Gambit Esports are the champions of Dota 2 Winter Madness! Check the incredible path of the team to the first place of the tournament!Dota 2 esports gave away over $40 million Antoan Vasilev | 2019-01-09Dota 2 prize money 2018 impressively contribute 24 percent of the total money distributed since the launch of the game. 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