The After Hours Gaming League, an annual charity gaming competition put on by former Starcraft pro and popular commentator Sean “Day” Plott, announced three new games for its Season 5: Dota 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and Hearthstone.
— After Hours Gaming (@AHGLtv) August 19, 2014
Plott started the gaming league to bring more attention to the gaming industry in a professional setting, starting with eight companies in season one, and exploding to more than 40 by season two. The companies compete for a grand prize that will be donated entirely to charity by Day. Details on the grand prize for season 5 have yet to be released.
These additions bring the game total to five, having already hosted competitions for League of Legends and Starcraft II for the past four seasons.