There are some important announcements for fans at the 2018 International Cyber Sports Games.
The final of the World Cyber Games (WCG) will be broadcast on television on Sunday at 8pm Eastern/9pm GMT.
Here are the important dates:In the final of this year’s World CyberGames (WCGF) on Sunday, August 2, the finals will be played on TV, at the same time as the World Series.
The two final teams will compete in a single elimination bracket.
The top three teams in each group will advance to the semifinals.
There will be an 8.5-hour final, with the top two teams from each bracket playing the next stage.
There will be a total of eight teams competing at the event.
The teams will consist of:Teams will also be competing at four other events, with six more scheduled to take place in 2018.
In total, there will be five teams playing the World Championship finals.
The first will be the first ever to be hosted in Los Angeles, California, on August 12.
The other two are in London, England and Tokyo, Japan.
The finals will take place on Sunday August 14.
There are some interesting things about the final schedule, including that it will be streamed live from Los Angeles.
The event is set to be broadcast in both English and Spanish.
The World Cybergames will be held in the Olympic Park in Beijing, China from September 18-19.
The event will also take place at the BMO Centre in Toronto, Canada, from October 15-16.
There’s more information on the event in the schedule.
We’ll be here for the final!
The final of The International Cyber Games 2018 is scheduled to be held on Sunday 16 August at 8 pm Eastern/ 9 pm GMT.
The schedule also has a couple of important things to say.
You can watch the final live on BBC, ESPN, or the BBC Sport app.
The live stream will be available in two parts: 1 hour and 60 minutes in total.
The broadcast will be carried live in the UK, Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, France, and the United States.
The first part will feature the teams competing in the World Championships final and the first round of the International Champions Cup.
There’ll be a 30-minute preview on Sunday night, before the main event starts at 8.15pm.
The second part will be hosted by the BBC, with a special presentation of the match highlights from the first two rounds of the competition.
This will be followed by the second round of competition on Sunday.
There’ll also be a special announcement from the hosts, the BBC itself, and other relevant broadcasters in the live stream.
The full live stream of the WCG will be live at 8:30pm Eastern on Sunday with the main broadcast at 9pm Eastern.
The WCG is the biggest event in virtual sports on the planet, with teams from over 70 countries competing to win a share of the $4 billion World CyberGame, and an overall $20 million prize pool.
It’s also the biggest game in the world to date, with over 1.5 million participants.
The World Championships take place from August 10-16 in Beijing.