Overwatch League Season 3 is coming! What narratives can they form? What can they prove and what are some obtainable goals and narratives?
With the addition of Nolan “Paintbrush” Edwards the Gladiators now have their third support player for the year. In this interview, we talk about his journey to the big stage and how he plans on performing.
WatchpointLobby staff has organized several of their own rankings, and we combined them to make our own. This is an assessment of what I think about them.
The new community lead for the Gladiators will be Andrew Kim! CableKurugi explains how Andrew could contribute to the infrastructure of the LA Gladiators
Here is the Gladiators Season 3 rosters so far! There are certain issues to address as well as attributes that are deserving of recognition.
With the 2019 off-season at an end, we break down and summarize the moves made by the Gladiators.
Welcome Back! On November 15th, the Los Angeles Gladiators announced the signing of off-tank player Aaron “Bischu” Kim. Bischu was originally a part of the Gladiators in their 2018 and 2019 seasons. However, his struggle with ulcerative colitis in Stage 3 of the 2019 season resulted in him being transferred to the Guangzhou Charge. With […]
On a beautiful Saturday morning, I arrived at the Anaheim Convention Center at 8 AM. I was in my Team Canada jersey and my Canada cape, even if team Canada didn’t make it to Top 6 for the Overwatch World Cup. Canada is my number 1 team I cheer for, and I just wanted to show support! USA, France, Netherlands, China, South Korea, and Denmark advanced to the top 6 for playoffs. Later, I was in line for the Overwatch World Cup arena after convention doors opened. I met with famous streamers, saw USA vs South Korea, and more!
The Los Angeles Gladiators announced support player Nolan “Paintbrush” Edwards would be joining the team
The Gladiators have signed Birdring and Mirror – a mix of experience and a rookie. WPL breaks down the two signings for you.