posted by NanaKrustofski,
The long awaited ONE Esports Singapore Major 2021 is right around the corner and kicks off on 27 March. But before we get to see the first Major of the season, there is still time to kill. For example, by watching other Dota tournaments! Here are some of the ongoing and upcoming tournaments that are worth following.

BTS Pro Series Season 5: Americas

The ongoing BTS Pro Series - Americas #5 takes place from 2 - 21 March. 16 teams from North and South America are competing for a $40,000 prize pool.

Currently, Undying is the team to beat. The squad surrounding David 'Moonmeander' Tan had a strong performance in the group stage, finishing with a 12-2 score. The playoffs kick off on Wednesday, March 17.

You can watch all matches on the official Twitch-channel of BTS.

EPIC League Season 3

Fans of CIS and EU Dota can tune into the EPIC League Season 3. The event runs from 14 - 21 March and is split into two Divisions. Eight teams are fighting for a $85,000 prize pool in Division 1. were leading the group stage with a flawless 3-0 score, winning every single map along the way. The team continued their winning spree on the first day of the League as they defeated HellRaisers 2-1.

Unfortunately, there is no official English stream available. You can follow the matches either by searching for a third-party caster, or by checking the games in the Dota client without commentary.

FMWH Dota 2 Championship Season 3

There is exciting Dota action among the Chinese teams as well! The FMWH Dota2 Championship Season 3 started on 1 March and will come to an end on 20 March. Ten teams are participating to get their share of the $92,000 prize pool.

Team Aster and PSG.LGD are leading in their respective group. The two teams previously showed their skill in the recent DPC21: S1 - CN Upper Division as they both claimed a spot in the upcoming Major. Sparking Arrow Gaming and Team MagMa were already eliminated from the Championship Series.

The event also does not have an official English stream, so you need to search for some free content or watch in-game without commentary.

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