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Blizzard's casual take on the competitive MOBA scene will be heading into the eSports limelight beginning tomorrow, with ESV Champions League announcing a new month-long Heroes of the Storm tournament for the top teams in North America.

Promising to provide "insight on the competitive side of Heroes of the Storm," the ESV Champions League will pit some of the very best alongside each other as they compete for the first of many eSports challenges. These include Team dIISENt, ESV's own teams Tempest and Wildfire, plus Glorious! Gaming led by Heroes streamer ZPs.

The tournament will begin on August 27th, 8:00am AEST, with the first six matches being broadcast through ESV's Twitch channel. A coverage hub has also been set up to offer match schedules, list of results, news and anything else pertaining to the event, which you can find over here.



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