The current climate of World of Warcraft esports
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    This
    is the second instalment of a three-part series that explores the past,
    the present, and the future of World of Warcraft esports. Read about
    the past here.To get more news about 
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    As
    we explored in first part of this series, World of Warcraft has had an
    interesting history with esports. The Arena World Championships (AWC)
    has been a staple of the scene since the start and remains the
    cornerstone of the scene to this day. However, in recent years, the
    Mythic Dungeon International (MDI) has joined the AWC and offered fans
    an alternative to the player-vs.-player focused esports that most people
    know of. Instead, it offers fans the chance to watch professional
    players tackle timed dungeons in a head-to-head battle.


    The
    two other key aspects of World of Warcraftt esports that we’ll touch on
    in this article are the Race to World First, the streams, the events
    themselves and what they’ve done for the title. Lastly, we’ll look at
    the community events, including the Rated Battleground community which
    has been offering something Blizzard hasn’t in the esports space.



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