With the patch confirmed and the teams scrimming, the Overwatch Leagues 3rd season is drawing closer and closer. The NYXL are ready to go…
This past Sunday, 4 OWL supporters’ clubs competed in the Homefront Supporter Series. I went down to the Waypoint Cafe to see the action live.
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.
In a meta dominated by Orisa since the introduction of role lock, Mano was called to represent his country.
With Overwatch Would Cup this week, I wanted to take a look at a player that is not only a key part to the 2019 roster for Team Korea, but has been in the past with the 2017 team: Main Tank player, Mano. TEAM KOREA 2017: In 2017 Team Korea looked to repeat as champions once […]
Another year and another letdown – but what a ride it was! WPL breaks down the NYXL’s season, both the good and the bad with a look towards 2020.