The world of esports continues to chug along during the difficult situations that the COVID-19 pandemic has forced so much of the gaming world into. While practically every in-person event has been canceled, plenty of esports have continued to be played out as online formats. While this certainly brings its own array of issues, it's drastically better than simply canceling all of the esports events we've been looking forward to for so long. \n \nWorld of Warcraft's Mythic Dungeon International has been continuing along just fine over the last three weeks, with the conclusion of the second leg of the EU Cup coming just last weekend. Now the stage is set to return to North America for the second North American leg, where eight teams will continue to battle out for supremacy. \n \n \n \nRecently, the Mythic Dungeon International saw a bit of a change in format as Blizzard announced that the finals would be moving completely online rather than being held as an in-person LAN as was originally intended. Thankfully, given that the tournament has now been held mostly online, this hasn't caused any sort of an upset to scheduling or the format of the tournament, allowing things to continue on without much disruption. \n \nAs we head back into North America for the second cup, all eyes are on the teams to see who's going to come and show supremacy once again. While there are certain favorites among the eight teams competing, last weekend showed that no team can be counted out and that even the best of the best have their work cut out for them if they intend to take the lead. \n \nSo far, Method has claimed a great amount of dominance over the rest of the tournament. Method EU claimed victory in both EU\/Asia cups so far, and Method NA will be seeking to add their second as well after finding victory last weekend. \n \nWhile Method certainly seems to be reigning over the rest of the teams so far, it's far from time to count out any of the rest of the competition. Ethical had an extremely polished showing last NA Cup and currently sit in second, while Complexity-Limit managed to show a great amount of quality in well on their way to a third-place finish. Goosy Bad and Honestly will likely be looking to improve on their flaws and deliver a cleaner performance, but are more than contenders in this close competition. \n \nAs the weekend moves forward, we're likely to see a great amount more drama regardless of which of the eight teams claims dominance.