SummonersThe end of the week bring a fresh round of eSports events, traveling all around the world to bring you terrific online LoL action. Check out the slate below and don’t miss a single minute!National ESL Pro SeriesThe ESL Pro Series continues this week with four round-robin best-of-three matches. The league features top North American teams battling for position over the course of the season. A $15,000 prize pool is at stake and there’s just a few weeks left to see who has what it takes to claim it.Broadcasts begin every Thursday and Friday at 5:30 PM Pacific Time. A full listing of this week’s matchups can be found below:LgN vs. mTw.na DIG vs. EG Team Curse vs. 4not Counter Logic Gaming vs. Team Solo Mid Go4LoL Tournament SeriesThe Go4LoL series continues strong across the world this week this week: a great chance for new teams to break into the professional league. North America witnesses its 63rd Go4LoL competition while EU West and EU East & Nordic Competition engage in their 90th Go4LoL competition. The tournaments take place online every Sunday and use a 5v5 single elimination format. Sign-ups remain open until 45 minutes before the start of the tournament in question (12:00 pm Pacific Time for North America, 15:00 CEST for Europe), and any team may sign up. The winner of each weekly tournament receives $200 or 200 Euros prize money (depending upon the locale), and the top two finishers each week qualify for the monthly final with a $500/500 Euro top prize at stake.Sign up for the North American tournament at the National ESL Website.Watch North American matches live here, starting Sunday May 20 at 12:00 pm Pacific Time.Sign up for EU West’s tournament at ESL EU.Sign up here for EU East & Nordic’s Tournament.Go4LoL NA April FinalsSpeaking of which, the finals for Go4LoL’s North American April tournaments takes place Saturday, May 19. April’s top eight finishers – two from each weekly tournament – will compete in a 5v5 single elimination tournament. $500 goes to the winner, and the tournament begins at 12:00 pm Pacific Time.Check out the broadcast on National ESL’s home page.EU Champions ClubEU West and EU East & Nordic both host another edition of the Champions Club: a 5v5 single elimination tournament, played online with the ranked match draft mode. Matches start on Thursday, May 17: at 18:00 CEST for EU East and Nordic, 19:00 CEST for EU West. Sign-ups last until the tournament begins and any team can join the action. Winners earn a place in the ESL Hall of Fame.Go to ESL’s EU site for all the action, either for EU West or EU East and Nordic.