It was announced today where the Seoul Dynasty’s home venue for their 2020 season is going to be.
This weekend, the four Chinese Overwatch League teams clashed in Shanghai. Here is my analysis on what it shows for Guangzhou Charge in 2020
The Defiant are back and changing it up, this time with even more Canadians. WPL reviews the new Toronto roster leading up to the 2020 season.
Now that things seem to be settling down, it’s time to take a closer look at Paris Eternal’s 2020 roster and what these changes mean for the team’s future.
London Spitfire has officially announced there Initial 8 for the 3rd Season of the Overwatch League, but how does it measure to last years squad?
See what Shogun thinks of the Shock’s roster going into the 2020 OWL season!
On November 17th, 2019 The Washington Justice hosted their first collegiate cup The Washington Justice Back To School Brawl. The best teams in D.C., Virginia, and Maryland faced off in an exciting double elimination tournament. I was able to interview three players from runners up George Mason University on all things collegiate overwatch.
With the Mayhem in the dumps for another season, Florida decides to give the fans what they want by acquiring players for the legendary Runaway.
The deadline for Overwatch League teams to announce their eight man squads has passed, and so far the Guangzhou Charge have shown us nine. Goodbye Rise, Hotba, fragi, Bischu, OnlyWish and Kyb; Hello Cr0ng, Wya and Neptuno. Here is my analysis of the squad so far coming into 2020.
Following the departure of Meko in free agency, the Off-Tank position needed to be filled. NYXL have decided to give themselves flexibility by signing 2 different players with varying skill sets.