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The 2024 edition of the Esports World Cup is all set to bring a revolution in the esports history, boasting a prize pool of $60 million. The much-awaited tournament is set to take place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia from July 3 to August 25, featuring 20 tournaments that will cover a total of 19 games. 

Here in this article, we’ll share the list of the games and their schedule at the upcoming Esports World Cup 2024. 

List of games and their schedule

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB)

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) is one of the most popular MOBA titles for mobile title that clocks million of gamers as well as viewers alike. The all-time high viewership of MLBB is around five million and is likely to touch a record high after it features in the Esports World Cup 2024. The tournament will feature MLBB Mid-Season Cup 2024, which is set to commence on June 28.

The MLBB Mid-Season Cup 2024 will feature a total of 23 teams and offers a massive prize pool of $3 million with the winner taking a hefty sum of $1 million. The tournament will also have MLBB Women’s Invitational 2024, an exclusive all-female event featuring a prize pool of $500,000 that will start from July 25.

StarCraft II

StarCraft 2 is a Real-Time Strategy (RTS) game and is set to get a massive surge due to its involvement in big leagues with a million-dollar tournament coming ahead in Esports World Cup. The StarCraft 2 matches will commence from August 14 with 18 players competing for $1 million prize pool.

Counter Strike 2

Counter Strike 2 is one of the most FPS shooter games with a fan base more than a million. The game which features the highest number of tournaments has seen over 7,700 events so far. The Counter Striker 2, which boasts of a prize pool of $1 million, will take place from July 17.

Dota 2

Counter Strike is not the only valve game featuring in the Esports World Cup 2024. Apart from it, Dota 2 is also making an appearance in the tournament, featuring a hefty prize money. The matches of Dota 2 will commence from July 4.

League of Legends

League of Legends holds the highest record of viewership among any game. The League of Legends tournament will see eight invited teams compete for $1 million prize pool, starting July 4 and the winner will take $400,000 home. 

Teamfight Tactics

Teamfight Tactics, an auto battler PvP title game, will have an unofficial tournament similar to the League of Legends. The matches of this tournament will start from August 8 and will feature 16 teams, fighting for a prize pool of $550,000.

Honor of Kings (HoK)

The Esports World Cup will also feature a well-known MOBA title, Honor of Kings Mid-Season Invitational 2024, starting in July. The tournament will feature 12 teams competing for a prize pool of $3 million.

Free Fire

The popular mobile battle royale game, Free Fire will also be played at the Esports World Cup 2024. A total of 18 teams from various regions will compete for a prize pool of $1 million from July 10.


The PUBG Corporation will host an official PUBG tournament at the Esports World Cup 2024. The event will see 24 teams compete for a $2 million prize pool. Top 16 teams will also be getting PGS points that will pave way for the Global Championship 2024. 

PUBG Mobile

PUBG Mobile will also be seen joining the roster at the Esports World Cup 2024 with its PUBG Mobile World Cup 2024. The event, organised by Krafton and Level Infinite will feature a prize pool of $3 million.

Apex Legends

The battle royal game of Apex Legends will begin from July 31 and will see over 40 teams compete for a prize pool worth $2 million. The winner will take home $600,000.

Rainbow Six Siege

Rainbow Six Siege, also known as R6 is a tactical shooter with close quarter combat (CQC). However, the game boasts of a new popularity, it will be played from July 31 in the Esports World Cup 2024. The tournament will feature 16 teams and boast of $2 million prize pool. 

Overwatch 2

Overwatch 2 is the first and only hero shooter event in the list at the Esports World Cup 2024. The event, which will see 16 teams, will take place from July 24. Moreover, it boasts of $1 million prize pool with the winner taking home $400,000. 


Fortnite, which will not feature its regular battle royale game and rather take a similar route as the Dreamhacks Dallas, will see 16 teams fight for a million-dollar prize pool. It will be played from August 8.

Rocket League

Despite being out for almost a decade now, Rocket League continues to remain a unique esports title. The Rocket League is set to take place in August featuring $250K prize pool.


EA SPORTS FC is a one-of-a-kind game, popularly known for its simulation game. The game will feature a total of 16 teams, which will be qualifying through an invitation along with Dreamhack Summer and Dallas qualifiers. The matches of EA SPORTS FC will begin from August 15 and features a prize pool of $1 million. 

Street Fighter 6

Street Fighter 6 is one of the two planned fighting games set to feature in the ESWC. It is set to feature $1 million prize pool with 32 players qualifying through various events with the main event set to take place, starting August 8. 

Tekken 8

Apart from Street Fighter 6, Tekken 8 is another fighting game featuring in the Esports World Cup 2024. It will be an unofficial event with players qualifying through similar events as Street Fight 6. Here also, 32 players will compete for $1 million prize pool with the winner taking home $300,000.


RENNSPORT, who partnered with ESL to host the R1 2024 Spring Championship, will feature 48 drivers across 12 teams, fighting for a prize pool of $500,000. The event will commence from August 8. 

Apart from the list of above-mentioned events in the Esports World Cup 2024, it will also feature the Club Championship. In the ESWC Club Championship, the top 16 teams that score the most points throughout all events will get sum distributed from $20 million. While the winner will take home $7 million and in order to do so, a teams will have to win at one competition across the 19 events.