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The Corona virus, also known as COVID-19 has caused devastating problems for sports all over the world. Now it is confirmed that even esports events will be canceled or postponed. Below you find the latest updates from the biggest esports events around the world.
FLASHPOINT League will be played behind closed doors in the Los Angeles studios
Season 11 of the ESL Pro League has been moved to a closed studio.
The Overwatch League has been canceled for whole March and April and will come back in May if the COVID-19 situation allows it.
Champions Korea League (LCK) is suspended indefinite from 9 March and there’s no announcement yet for when it might start again.
The Professional League (LPL) and European Championship (LEC) will be played entirely online.
The Championship Series (LCS) has moved their finals from Dallas to the LCS studio in Los Angeles to be played online.
The Mid-Season Invitational has been postponed and moved from May to July.
ESL One in Los Angeles has been completely canceled due to the travel ban to USA from all European countries.
The EPICENTER Major in Moscow that was suppose to take place in May has been canceled.
Season 9 of the World Championship that was suppose to be played between 24-26 April, but has been canceled due to COVID-19.
The remaining league matches will be played online. Psyonix has also added $250.ooo to the Regional Championships prize pool since the event will be the highest level of competition.
The FUT Champions Cup Stage V in Bucharest was set to take place in beginning of May but has been postponed.
EA has postponed all esports events for FIFA and Madden and the ePremier League Finals event has all been postponed.
Get all esports events updates at EsportsObserver