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8 Most Popular Esports Games 2022

Electronic sports, or esports, is one of the most popular forms of entertainment in the world. Additionally, it is regarded as a new type of sport, in which participants compete against each other by playing either old-fashioned video games or computer games that are both available online.

 

The amount of esports tournaments around the world has grown significantly since the 2010s, with champions receiving prizes in most of them. Esports have become increasingly prominent in the gaming business. Esports players have a huge following, and some are sponsored by businesses and others play in teams.

 

Aside from the rising number of professional esports players, esports has recently grown in popularity due to a large number of fans who like watching them play the games on online game streaming platforms like YouTube and Twitch.

 

So, which esports game should you play or watch right now? For both novices and advanced gamers, here is a list of the top esports games from across the world.

1. Fortnite

 

In 2017, Epic Games’ Fortnite became one of the most popular survival and battle royale third-person shooter esports games. Save the World, Battle Royale, and Creative are the three types of games available in Fortnite. Fortnite Battle Royale is a free player-versus-player game in which you can compete against up to 100 other people.

 

In 2017, Epic Games’ Fortnite became one of the most popular survival and battle royale third-person shooter esports games. Save the World, Battle Royale, and Creative are the three types of games available in Fortnite. Fortnite Battle Royale is a free player-versus-player game in which you can compete against up to 100 other people.

2. Splatoon 2

With the release of Splatoon 2 during the launch of the Nintendo Switch, it has become one of the most popular third-person shooters. A Wii U version of the game was released in 2015; this sequel follows along. Players control Inkling, a human-squid hybrid character who fights other players by shooting, splattering ink on the ground, and swimming in it.

 

There are five battle modes in which players compete as a four-person team against another four-person team. Over 100 weapons and 40 fighting arenas are available in Splatoon 2.

 

 ES, the world’s largest gaming convention, held the Splatoon2 world championships in 2018 and 2019. Some fans anticipate that the next title will launch soon.

3. League of Legends

League of Legends (abbreviated as LoL) is an esports MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) game created by Riot Games in 2009. Players fight as part of a team against another team (each team has five players) while controlling “champion” role characters. The team’s goal is to defeat the opposing base.

 

Every year, esports players compete in the huge international competition League of Legends World Championship for a prize pool of more than $2 million dollars.

4. Dota 2

Dota 2 is a popular multiplayer online battle arena game developed by Valve in 2013. According to the official website, it is played as an esport by over 7.7 million people (as of August 2020).

 

Raidiant and Dire, two teams of ten players, strive to demolish the opposing Ancient. A player can choose from over 100 different Heroes to control. Since 2011, the International, the largest Dota 2 international competition, has been hosted annually in cities all over the world, from Cologne to Stockholm.

5. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is a tactical first-person shooter esports game released in 2015 by Ubisoft Montreal, a Canadian video game developer. Rainbow Six Siege is a Tom Clancy’s game in which two teams of five players compete in matches, one for attackers and the other for defenders.

 

The Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege international championship Six Invitational 2020, which had the greatest prize pool ever, was contested in February 2020.

Genre: FPS
Platform: Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One games, Xbox Series X
Website: https://www.ubisoft.com/en-gb/game/rainbow-six/siege

6. Valorant

In 2015, the Canadian video game company Ubisoft Montreal released Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, a tactical first-person shooter esports game. Rainbow Six Siege is a Tom Clancy’s game in which two teams of five players compete against each other in matches. One team is for attackers, while the other is for defenders.

 

Taking place in February 2020, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege World Championship Six Invitational 2020 boasted the highest prize pool ever.

7. PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG)

 

In 2017, the South Korean video game company’s subsidiary PUBG Corporation released PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, also known as PUBG.

It allows players to choose between first-person and third-person battle royale games. Players compete until just one person remains. Game options for two-player teams and four-player squads are also available. Many tournaments are held around the world each year in a variety of countries.

8. Apex

Respawn Entertainment, an American video game company, released Apex in 2019 as an online first-person shooter game. Apex is based in the sci-fi setting of Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall video game series.

Up to 60 people, divided into 20 squad teams of three players, compete in a multi-player battle royale mode to see who will be the last team standing. As esports, a current FPS game is gaining a lot of traction around the world. After autumn 2020, it will be available on Steam and Nintendo Switch.

Genre: FPS
Platform: Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch
Website: https://www.ea.com/games/apex-legends

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