Learning as much as possible about the current competitive scene of whatever game you play is crucial for becoming a pro. But it’s often not easy to find the information you need. Therefore, here you can read about where to find all the information about the competitive Esports scene.
Liquipedia has been the main source of information for many Esports writers since many years ago. It contains almost all the information about the competitive Esports scene and of any player who dreams about becoming a pro.
Liquipedia features 14 different Esports games such as CS:GO, Overwatch, PUBG, LoL, and so on. Also, eight other games are in the Alpha mode as they still need to be worked on. Liquipedia is so convenient to use thanks due to its practical User Interface.
On the main page of any game, you can find necessary information, such as recent transfers, ongoing and finished events, and live matches, quickly. Also, there is some basic information about all these games including maps, weapons, champions and so on.
On top of that, it contains all the information about players and teams as well as about events. You can easily find settings of your favorite player or results from the recently featured event. It contains numerous links to relevant websites, so you can watch Demos of your role-model players and learn something new from them, read the most recent interview that the biggest Esports superstar gave.
Gamepedia is another great website where you can find information about competitive Esports scene. It’s very similar to the Liquipedia, but it appears to have fewer details. Also, there are some games on Gamepedia that you cannot find on Liquipedia and vice versa.
In addition to that, Gamepedia is a more game-oriented website, so it contains more information about the game itself. Therefore, it could be useful for players who want to learn some new game.