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The Global Esports Games (GEG) 2023 is scheduled to start on December 12 and run till December 16 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Hosted by the Global Esports Federation (GEF), the Global Esports Games 2023 is a global, multi-title event that showcases eSports' energy through competitions and a dynamic celebration of eSports culture and entertainment at the GEG Festival.

The third edition of GEG will feature four major eSports competitions including Dota 2, Street Fighter, eFootball 2023, and PUBG Mobile.

As many as 950 top gamers from over 100 nations will compete at the highest level.

Global Esports Games 2023 events and draws

Dota 2

A total of eight teams will battle in the Dota 2 (Open) event at Global Esports Games 2023. The event will be staged in a single elimination bracket. All matches will be in best-of-three series.

Here are the eight participants for the Dota 2 (Open) event.

  • Saudi Arabia (Host nation)
  • Brazil (Americas Qualifier)
  • Serbia (Europe Qualifier)
  • Turkey (Europe Qualifier)
  • South Africa (Africa Qualifier)
  • Malaysia (Asia Qualifier)
  • Kazakhstan (Asia-Europe Qualifier)
  • Australia (Oceania Qualifier)

Dota 2 (Open) quarter-final schedule 

  • Australia vs South Africa
  • Serbia vs Brazil
  • Turkey vs Kazakhstan
  • Malaysia vs Saudi Arabia

Similarly, as many as eight teams will battle in the Dota 2 (Women) event at GEG 2023. Here are the eight participants for the Dota 2 (Women) event.

  • Thailand 
  • Malaysia
  • Turkey 
  • Argentina
  • Peru
  • New Zealand
  • Chile 
  • Kenya

Dota 2 (Women) quarter-final schedule 

  • Thailand vs Malaysia
  • Turkey vs Argentina
  • Peru vs New Zealand
  • Chile vs Kenya

Street Fighter

A total of 32 teams will battle in the Street Fighter event at Global Esports Games 2023. These 32 teams have been divided into four groups of eight teams each.

Group A: Algeria, Kenya, Kuwait, Malaysia, Nigeria, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates

Group B: Bahrain, Brazil, Chinese Taipei, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Jamaica, Peru, Philippines

Group C: Argentina, Australia, Iran, Ireland, Pakistan, Poland, Serbia Thailand

Group D: Bangladesh, Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Great Britain, Italy, Lithuania, Senegal

eFootball 2023

As many as 28 teams have qualified for the eFootball event at Global Esports Games 2023. These 28 participating teams have been split into four groups of seven teams each.

Group A: Argentina, Ghana, Japan, New Zealand, Poland, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates

Group B: Algeria, Belgium, Georgia, Jordan, Panama, Senegal, Turkey

Group C: Albania, Colombia, Italy, Malaysia, Palestine, Peru, Thailand

Group D: Brazil, India, Iran, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Sri Lanka, Uruguay

PUBG Mobile

A total of 16 teams will battle in the PUBG Mobile event at Global Esports Games 2023. Here are the 16 participants.

  • Algeria
  • Brazil
  • Guatemala
  • Kazakhstan
  • Kuwait
  • Moldova
  • Myanmar
  • Nigeria
  • Serbia 
  • Somalia
  • Sri Lanka
  • Thailand
  • Turkey
  • Ukraine
  • Vietnam
  • Saudi Arabia

Where to watch Global Esports Games 2023 live in India?

Live streaming of Global Esports Games 2023 will be available on Global Esports Federation’s YouTube channel in India.

Photo credit: Alamy

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