The New York Excelcior are one of the best teams in the Overwatch League, and with their new improvements to their roster, they want it to stay that way.
This past weekend, the Overwatch League kicked off it’s 3rd season. For week 1, New York was treated to the home matches they’ve waited over 2 years for.
A lot of expectations were shattered in week one of the Overwatch League 2020 Season. RoyalPhoenix breaks down what we’ve learned from the Opening Homestand
The Overwatch League’s 3rd season begins this week. After months of speculation, movement, and departures, the culmination of it all is about to begin.
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.