Esports World Cup 2024 stream, schedule, results, more

Jeremy Gan

The 2024 Esports World Cup is now in full swing, with tournaments for League of Legends, Warzone, Fortnite, Counter-Strike 2, and more. You can keep track of the biggest events right here with the streams, schedule, and results.

From the start of July until late August, the Esports World Cup, a successor to the Gamers8 event, is debuting this year, and the Saudi Esports Federation, with the help of the ESL FACEIT group, is bringing almost every major esport to Saudi Arabia.

Sporting a combined $60 million prize pool, the EWC handily overtakes Gamer8’s $45 million last year.

Below we’ll update you on each game’s tournament winners, dates, prize pool, and results as the Esports World Cup 2024 event gets underway.

Esports World Cup 2024 stream

The majority of tournaments will be streamed live on the EWC Twitch channel, which is embedded below.

Some specific games have their own dedicated channels, and there are a number of offshoot channels dedicated to covering games as they go.

Dota 2 will be streamed on EWC Dota 2, for instance. But events like Warzone and Modern Warfare 3 will be on EWC White, and EWC Gold will host the League of Legends tournaments. The main Twitch channel will help you keep up with the action and get to the right place.

Esports World Cup 2024 Schedule & results

Below are the dates for select tournaments at the Esports World Cup. Warzone kicks off proceedings on July 3. There are more games besides these as well, including a handful of mobile games with equally impressive prize pools.

For a full list of all games and tournament dates, check out the EWC page.

Warzone: July 3 – July 6 ($1,000,00)

PlacementTeamPrize Money (USD)
1Team Falcons$200,000
2Fnatic$150,000
3Twisted Minds$100,000

Dota 2 [Riyadh Masters]: July 4 – July 21 ($5,000,000)

PlacementTeamPrize Money (USD)
1TBD$1,500,000
2TBD$800,000
3TBD$600,000

League of Legends: July 5 – July 8 ($1,000,000)

PlacementTeamPrize Money (USD)
1T1$400,000
2Top Esports$200,000
3-4Team Liquid, G2 Esports$100,000

Counter-Strike 2: July 17 – July 21 ($1,000,000)

PlacementTeamPrize Money (USD)
1TBD$400,000
2TBD$175,000
3-4TBD$85,000

Overwatch 2: July 24 – July 28 ($1,000,000)

PlacementTeamPrize Money (USD)
1TBD$400,000
2TBD$160,000
3-4TBD$80,000

Rainbow Six Seige: July 31 – August 4 ($2,000,000)

PlacementTeamPrize Money (USD)
1TBD$750,000
2TBD$350,000
3-4TBD$160,000

Apex Legends: August 1 – August 4 ($2,000,000)

PlacementTeamPrize Money (USD)
1TBD$600,000
2TBD$375,000
3TBD$200,000

Fortnite: August 8 – August 11 ($1,000,000)

PlacementTeamPrize Money (USD)
1TBD$400,000
2TBD$160,000
3-4TBD$80,000

Modern Warfare 3: August 15 – August 18 ($1,800,000)

PlacementTeamPrize Money (USD)
1TBD$600,000
2TBD$320,000
3-4TBD$160,000

Club Championship leaderboard

Not only will esports clubs be competing in individual games, but their overall performance across the entire event will be tracked based on how many Club Points they get.

Each game will have Club Points up for grabs for orgs, the higher the placement, the more points orgs receive.

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As a general rule of thumb, all games will give out 1000 points for 1st place, 600 points for 2nd, and 350 points if the game has a 3rd place or 275 points if the game has a consolidated 3rd-4th place.

There will be a $20,000,000 prize pool for this Club Championship which will be distributed to the top 16 teams. The top team will receive $7,000,000.

The Club Championship is open to all teams that are participating in EWC tournaments, regardless of whether or not they are part of the Club Program.

Below you can see how the prize pool will be split:

PlacementTeamPrize Pool (USD)
1TBD$7,000,000
2TBD$4,000,000
3TBD$2,000,000
4TBD$1,500,000
5TBD$1,250,000
6TBD$1,000,000
7TBD$800,000
8TBD$600,000
9TBD$450,000
10TBD$350,000
11TBD$250,000
12TBD$200,000
13TBD$150,000
14TBD$150,000
15TBD$150,000
16TBD$150,000