Watch and see how Sinatraa transitions into an Overwatch League Champion and MVP as well as well as the Overwatch World Cup Champion and MVP!
The SF Shock caught the western Overwatch scene by surprise when they announced the signing of ANS to the team. It leaves us with a lot of questions, and it’s time to look for some answers.
See what Shogun thinks of the Shock’s roster going into the 2020 OWL season!
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!
Blizzcon is starting off hot with the reveal of Overwatch 2, the upcoming PvE-focused sequel to Overwatch. While there are core additions familiar to current players (PvP maps, new heroes, etc), the PvE game mode is the biggest question mark of them all. So as Blizzcon continues, here is what you can probably expect from […]
The San Francisco Shock are healthily represented in the World Cup, but they are on different teams. How could this play out if both teams collide?
An amazing season culminated in a Grand Finals victory for the San Francisco Shock – here are the top moments from throughout the year.
Hey all, if you didn’t go to the Overwatch League grand finals, or just wanna relive it in my eyes, here’s a piece i wrote about it.
Shogun goes into the major factors that led to the San Francisco Shock cinching their first Grand Final victory – and they may lead to possibly many more.