Endgame means in slang: Final moves of a game, which often include the loss key pieces to ensure a checkmate. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Kiana Park)

What else does Endgame mean?

One movie that destroyed all feelings. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Peninsula)

Unstoppable love. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Aryanna Walsh)

This is the most anticipated film of 2019. This is the second infinity war movie. It centers on the Avengers facing their purple buddy Thanos, and what happens after the snapping. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Dixie Barker)

Refers to a couple that is on TV together and you wish they would end the series together. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Margarita Santiago)

The desired outcome or ultimate goal of an organized series of events is often complex and unknowable to others. It is a business strategy that aims to dominate the market. It is often the villainous goal of supervillains. An Endgame scenario doesn’t have to be disastrous. It may end up being a wonderful outcome for everyone. However, the most important component of it is usually the acquisition of power from the party that planned it. People may casually ask you “What’s your Endgame?” after hearing your plans, but they don’t get what your goal is. This is best when it’s used with ingenious plans in progress, where the ultimate goal of the Endgame might not be apparent. It is based on the notion of taking small steps and completing many tasks to reach a greater goal. A degree can be boring or of little use. The goal is to land a good job. Use it! The endgame of your degree is to be deeply involved with the alumni network. This will allow you to build connections with people who are otherwise difficult to reach and help launch great businesses. This is a great use of your time, see the example below. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Darien Byrd)

After most pieces are removed from the board, this is the final stage in chess. (in Merlin Dictionary)

This is the final phase of a long-term process. (in Merlin Dictionary)