Battlefield Esports Competitive Scene
While the Battlefield games are still gaining traction, you would be able to access different leagues within the community. These leagues are quite competitive and often participate in tournaments on national and international levels. The cult-following of Battlefield is enthusiastic about the Battlefield’s inauguration into the Esports lineup, which has led to a global community to form, with tournaments taking place in India, Sweden, America, England, and many other countries.
Competitive leagues form online for Battlefield and the leagues are usually based on the device you use to play (i.e. Xbox, Play Station 4 or PC). Tournaments for Battlefield Esports are frequently occurring, which means you can burst into the competitive scene as soon as you would like.
The 2018 Flight Path to BFV DogFight was one of the most popular tournaments from last year and it brought together 20 different teams. The Dry Mode Cup and BPL Frontlines were two other popular tournaments from last year, recruiting 16 and 12 teams respectively. While the Dry Mode Cup took place in France, Flight Path to BFV DogFight and BPL Frontlines were online tournaments.
If you want to compete in a Battlefield tournament, you can do it with a team or as a single player. Tournaments for teams are more frequently occurring; however, single-player tournaments are usually more competitive. Tournaments are usually device-specific, so keep that in mind when you register.
Battlefield Competitive Seasons
Battlefield includes Premium and Standards leagues, both with a different set of competitive seasons. The Premium league has 6 competitive seasons, which span from January to April, while the Standard league has 5 seasons, which span from January to March. The only difference between the Premium and Standard leagues is that the Premium league has greater access to different features of the game, like maps from the paid expansions of the game, while Standard players are not granted the same access.
The upcoming season for both the Premium and Standards leagues will begin in January 2020 and an ending date has yet to be announced. Battlefield Premium is one of the main features of competitive seasons and the coming season promises new features that have yet to be announced.