It seems like the esports community has adapted to the new situation quite well, and online tournaments replace many offline competitions. Winter Clash 2021 is an example of an interesting strategy. The organizers plan to conduct online qualifiers and then gather finalists in a physical location to let them fight for the champion titles.
The online part of Winter Clash 2021 lasts for almost a month. Please, check out the list of fighting games with the dates - maybe you will decide to register for one of them (for players from Latin America and some East Coast states of the USA). For viewers, these are going to be great fighting esports shows to enjoy.
- Mortal Kombat 11 Teams (2v2) - February 12 (registration closes Feb 9)
- Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Doubles - February 13 (registration closes Feb 10)
- SSB Melee Singles - February 21
- Dragon Ball FighterZ (PS4) - February 25 (registration closes Feb 17)
- Mortal Kombat 11 (PS4) - February 26 (registration closes Feb 17)
- Tekken 7 (PC) - February 27 (registration closes Feb 17)
- Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Singles - February 27 (registration closes Feb 17)
- Street Fighter V: Champion Edition - February 28 (registration closes Feb 17)
Please visit this smash.gg page to learn additional details and register for the fights.
Check out other games of the event - you might be interested in Call of Duty, League of Legends, NBA2k21, Rocket League, or Valorant competitions.