League of Legends has an active and widespread competitive scene. The 2017 World Championship had 60 million unique viewers and a total prize pool of over US$4 million. The 2019 FunPlus Phoenix won 3-0 against G2 Esports, granting China and the LPL back-to-back World Championships.
Dota 2 has a large esports scene, with teams from around the world playing in various professional leagues and tournaments. Internationals feature a crowdfunded prize money system that has seen amounts in upwards of US$30 million, making Dota 2 the most lucrative game in esports.
The CS:GO professional scene consists of tournaments hosted by third-party organisations and Valve-organised or co-sponsored tournaments, referred to as Majors. Majors have larger prize pools; originally set at $250,000, the prize pools for majors have risen, with MLG Columbus 2016 having the first pool of $1,000,000.