London Spitfire announced on Twitter that they didn't expect to participate in the Overwatch League until early May.
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Each year, Forbes makes a ranking of the most influential people. This year Se-yeon "Geguri" Kim is part of Forbes Asia 30 Under 30.
Could this mark the return of rewards offered to Overwatch League viewers? You can now receive 100 Tokens by subscribing to the official OWL newsletter.
This week, the Overwatch League says goodbye to Sombra, Reaper, D.Va and Ana.
Former Paris Eternal and Philadelphia Fusion player, almost champion of the first OW World Cup, Russian DPS player ShaDowBurn has decided to leave the Overwatch League.
The coronavirus has struck again, and Blizzard is bearing the brunt. All homestands for this 2020 season have now been cancelled, and all games will be played online. For now, the question of whether or not to play the Grand Final online remains unresolved.
With the quarantine period, this week's Hero Pool has been chosen by Nori, Zoe's cat.
Due to the numerous issues brought by the coronavirus outbreak, Overwatch Legaue matches had to be scheduled online. Jon Spector answered many questions about that in a recent Q&A.
Two partnerships have been announced fot the Overwatch League. That's good news for the rest of the league!
If you like the Overwatch League and Japanese anime, Chengdu Hunters has released its official theme song that you should like!
The legendary Thunder Doomfist skin in honor of the 2019 Overwatch League Champions has been unveiled. This exclusive cosmetic is available in-game until April 9.
Earlier this week, the March and April homestands were cancelled. Matches will resume online on March 28.
The decision is final. No Overwatch League events will take place in March and April. However, the matches will take place and will be streamed with some scheduling changes coming up.
Overwatch League 2020: Discussing Blizzard's ambitious project with Overwatch Esports VP Jon Spector
Blizzard hit hard two years ago when it created the first ever franchised league in esports. The sustainability of such a project depends on its success. Now, a few weeks after the launch of its third season, will the OWL achieve this in 2020? We sat down with OWL VP Jon Spector to find out.
New week in the Overwatch League means new ban! Four heroes have been removed from the Hero Pool for the sixth week of the Overwatch League. This time it's Soldier 76, Sombra, Winston and Lucio who have suffered the brunt of their popularity!
If you follow Overwatch competitive scene, Contenders won't be a novelty for you. If you're interested in talent from all over the world, this tournament should delight you, which is why we summarize everything for you before the start of the season.
Next week, the Hero Pool will be officially used in the Overwatch League. One Tank, two DPS and one Support were selected by drawing from among the most played heroes. Moira, McCree, Widowmaker and Reinhardt will be the first heroes to be banned!
On Twitter, Seoul Dynasty and Gen.G Esports have announced that they will be contributing to funds to support the victims of the coronavirus outbreak. All their income from the March homestand, merchandise sales and purchases of in-game skins will go to victim support associations.
Blizzard has announced the cancellation of the matches in China and South Korea from February to March, a total of 6 homestands are concerned. The coronavirus continues to rage and more and more radical but beneficial decisions are announced for the good of all.
The first week of the Overwatch League is over, and some great games have taken place in New York City and Dallas. Check out the most played heroes, classified by role, as well as a first preview of the future Hero Pool that will be launched next March!