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[LoL News] Check out Livestreamed Tournaments this Weekend

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    IPL 4 may be over, but top League of Legends teams continue to compete online each and every week. Read below to find out which tournaments to watch.

    Corsair Vengeance Cup

    The ongoing Corsair Vengeance Cup continues this weekend. Featuring teams like Against All Authority, Moscow Five, Team SoloMid, and more, this tournament has already been action packed. The first round of the upper bracket plays out Friday, Saturday, and Sunday this weekend. Check the official Corsair Vengeance cup brackets for updated match times.

    Games will be streamed on KaosTV.

    National ESL Pro Series

    Featuring eight of the best teams in North America, the National ESL Pro Series hosts matches every Thursday and Friday nights at 5:00 PM Pacific. This Friday, mTw.NA (formerly known as Goose) faces 4Nothing.Fire, and Team Legion (formerly known as RFLX) battles Curse Gaming. For a full schedule and previous match results, check out the National ESL Pro Series season schedule.

    To watch the stream live and VODs of previous matches, check out the National ESL Twitch.tv Channel.

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