I’ll be honest, Major League Gaming has never really appealed to me. However, I do respect the strides that have been made in creating a larger audience for gamers and competitive play. The MLG runners and sponsors have come a long way from renting out hotel conference rooms and legitimized the sport across the board. And even though it’s still extremely young compared to other sports, the nature of how gamers ingest content has pushed MLG forward lightyears.

As with all other sports, there needs to be a mountain top where someone or some team can plant their flag, declaring they’re the best. Soccer has the World Cup (I’m told it’s happening right now), Baseball has the World Series, and alligator wastlin’ has this weird place in Florida where you win a plate of free hot wings if you survive 5 minutes in the Gator Gauntlet.

This is where MLG Championship comes into play. Just think of it as the tip-top, best of the best players in their respective games. Hosting a wide swath of genres from Call of Duty to Super Smash Bros. there’s a little of something for everyone to check out. The event kicks off this Saturday at the Anaheim Convention Center. Streaming starts at 2:30pm PT/6:30pm ET on all the MLG channels and will be available on the MLG.tv apps for iOS and Android, and the MLG app for Xbox 360, as well. Below are the all streaming channels from the event line-up:

If you’d rather be there in person to cheer along your favorite players and team you may purchase tickets here. Act fast, though, because you only have a day to still grab seats.

Here’s a breakdown of the competing teams, games, and prizes from the press release:

Call of Duty: Ghosts – $80,000 in prizes, 10,000 MLG Pro Points and placement in Season 3 of the MLG Call of Duty® League

After months of online competition, the top eight teams from Season 2 of the MLG Call of Duty League, the top two teams from Season 1 of the Gfinity Call of Duty League and the second place team from ACL Brisbane will compete for $70,000 in prizes in the International League Playoffs on Xbox One. Teams include Curse Australia, Curse Black, Epsilon, Evil Geniuses, FaZe Black, FaZe Red, OpTic Gaming (gold medalists at the debut MLG X Games Invitational), TCM Gaming, Team EnVyUs, and more. In addition to prize money, all players will be awarded 10,000 MLG Pro Points.  Separately, 192 teams including Curse Orange, JusTus, OpTic Nation, Strictly Business, and more will compete in the Season 3 Play In Tournament (Open Bracket) for $10,000 in prizes. The Play In Tournament will also serve as a 10,000 Series Pro Points Tournament and the top four teams will qualify for Season 3 of the MLG Call of Duty League.

StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm – $40,000 in prizes, plus 4,000 WCS points toward qualifying for BlizzCon®

After months of online competition, 12 qualifier winners (Violet, Major, Huk, Polt, Illusion, Puck, TLO, Scarlett, Petraeus, Trap, Hendralisk and Miniraser) have earned a starting spot in Championship Pool Play where they will battle against four players from the open bracket that includes top players like desRow, Catz,  Vibe, Xenocider, Suppy, Thorzain, Nestea, Liquid Hero, Alicia, Heart, Ragnarok, Bomber, Seed, Maker, Hyun, Revival, Jaedong, iNcontroL, Keen, DongRaeGu, Nony, Suppy, Puck, State, Select, qxc, Caliber, Apocalypse, Stardust, Harstem, Iaguz, and more. Ultimately, 20 players will compete in the Championship Bracket for $40,000 in prizes and 4,000 World Championship Series (WCS) points toward their global ranking. The points earned will impact the year-long chase for seeds at the WCS Global Finals at BlizzCon® this fall.

Super Smash Bros. Melee – $15,000 in prizes

Super Smash Bros. Melee returns to MLG for the first time since 2006.  After months of qualifiers, 12 qualifier winners including Mang0, Hungrybox, Mew2King, Remen, Leffen and more have earned a starting spot in Championship Pool Play where they will compete against four players from an open bracket.  Ultimately, 20 players will compete in the Championship Bracket for $15,000 in prizes.

Injustice: Gods Among Us on Xbox 360 – $7500 in Prizes and Killer Instinct on Xbox One –$7500 in Prizes

From Friday, June 20 at 2:30pm PT through Saturday, June 21 at 5pm PT, players will compete in an Injustice open bracket tournament for $7,500 in prizes. From Saturday, June 21 at 5pm PT through Sunday, June 22 at 8pm PT, players will compete in a Killer Instinct open bracket tournament for $7,500 in prizes. Players to watch include Filthie Rich, PR Balrog, Filipino Champ, Justin Wong, Chris G, PerfectLegend, GGA16Bit, pig of the hut and more.

Looks like a huge line-up for fans to enjoy. So, have fun watching online or in person and good luck to all the players competing!