eSports News by Content Engine AI

A record number of esports fans across the country have joined to cheer on some of Canada’s best gaming teams as they take on the global competition.


With a lot of success this year, esports made quite a splash in Canada. This year, organizations such as the Elite Gaming Group ( and Canadian Gaming Union ( have organized some amazing events. As well, big esports organisations like OutSound Esports ( and Riot Games have also been consistently producing esports tournaments across the country.

This year’s GRIME 2019 (Dec. 11-14, 2018) brought together the best in CS:GO, DOTA 2, League of Legends, MOBA and others to face off against each other, proving there is plenty of room for competition in the Canadian market.

Exciting things are coming next for Canadian gamers with esports nationals to be held in Montreal. While Canada hosts its own sports and entertainment teams and leagues, esports events have the added benefit of these tournaments bringing in a higher crowd and revenues for organizations and leagues.

Looking forward, 2019 continues to be a big year for Canadian esports. Vancouver Titans is amongst the Canadian teams vying for the title of FIRST Place finalists in the inaugural World Championship, set to take place in Los Angeles. In addition, ESL will also take over the 2019 world championship in games like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and League of Legends.

Titans are also gearing up for regional tournament the NYLON 2019 CEB Connect event. For esports enthusiasts wanting to enter the local competition, it’s best to be on the lookout for online sign-ups at

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