Is DreamHack not enough for you? Do you need another big StarCraft II tournament this weekend to satiate your yearning eyeballs? Fret not, fellow eSports fan, as Major League Gaming has you covered. Starting today and ending on Sunday will be the first MLG StarCraft II Spring Arena. Reading over the official site makes it look like to watch all of the games you'll have to pony up some dough for a Season Pass, though.
Want to watch, but don't know who to root for? You can choose to "fight the power" and root for HuK, as he's the only non-Korean that will be at the tournament. Other than the players and those casting the match, MLG is bringing on some more top players as analysts to elaborate more on each player's histories, their matchups, and their playstyles to help the audience.
You can watch the streams live now and check out the full schedule of events at the official website.
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