Tekken 7 was one of the games played today in Bali ©IESF

Semi-finalist and quarter-finalist spots in various tournaments were booked today prior to the Grand Finals at the International Esports Federation (IESF) World Championships here.

CS:GO now has a final four, with North Macedonia beating hosts Indonesia in straight games 16-7, 16-7 to set up a semi-final tie against the "Team IESF" Russian neutrals who defeated Argentina 16-13, 7-16, 16-14.

Germany thrashed Algeria 16-2, 16-2 while Mongolia won 16-6, 16-9 versus Vietnam.

The eFootball 2023 knockout line-up was confirmed, with Saudi Arabia to face Turkey and Indonesia playing Serbia tomorrow.

Spain take on Iraq, while Mexico and Argentina are to meet too.

The Philippines and Laos are in the hunt for a spot in the final of Dota 2 following respective wins today.

Laos defeated Thailand in straight games, while the Philippines came from one day to defeat Indonesia.

Both Thailand and Indonesia can still remain in contention with wins over North Macedonia and Kazakhstan. 

The winners of those matches face each other.

Whoever wins that one will play the loser of Laos and Philippines for a spot in the final.

Tekken 7's final eight has been confirmed as well, with Thailand and Indonesia the first match to be played for a spot in the semi-finals.

Pakistan and Italy are next up, followed by Kuwait and the Dominican Republic. 

The last match will see South Korea play India.