Are you watching or maybe even playing? What and where? Recommend your sources and casters.
I’m kind of a lurker when it comes to E-sports, I really enjoy watching some of the pro games, and by collecting different channels I’m slowly building up my own “gaming” channels to watch. I got into it through watching CS 1.6 matches, later WC3, DotA and even later Starcraft 2 matches. These days, I watch mostly CS:GO, HotS and sometimes Hearthstone tournaments (because our local teams suck so HS is like the only game where our local players actually have an impact).
If you haven’t watched anything yet and you want to check it out, I can definitely recommend the site http://abiosgaming.com which comes with a calendar and list of both current and upcoming tournaments, and you can find live streams for most of those listed tournaments or times when the livestream comes online. Currently covered games on Abios include DotA 2, CS:GO, LoL, SC2, HoN, HS, WoW, Smite, CoD and Smash Bros, with Overwatch being planned. If you register an account, you can set up your own notifications for tournaments or matches you’re interested in + you can download a chrome or firefox addon to get notified instantly, but no registration is required for the basic functionality. All in all a great website.
As for casters, I really enjoy casting by Khaldor (Heroes of the Storm), who is an active caster for a long time. He was previously casting WC3 and SC2 matches on his own as well as and tournaments. Currently, he is covering HotS tournaments on his own with occasional co-casters and he is uploading commented matches to his youtube channel. Check it out.
And a honorable mention for Dota 2, even though I don’t watch it that much anymore, back when I did, I really loved the lively commentary from Tobiwan so here’s an example.