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.
Richard “GreatRootBear” Ng provides the inside scoop on Toronto’s roster and charity of choice for the 2019 edition of the Homefront Supporter Series.
Toronto Defiant’s General Manager, Jae, reflects on the team’s past season, gives insight into the offseason rebuild, and looks forward to OWL 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.
We look back at the Overwatch World Cup 2019 from the perspective of a struggling Team Canada and the other Toronto Defiant participants.
Toronto gets busy during the off-season – adding former LA Valiant Kariv. Who is he and what does he add to the team? Let’s take a look.
Team Canada looks to make a show at the Overwatch World Cup – we break down their roster and try to predict how far this team can go.
The new Head Coach of the Toronto Defiant talks coaching philosophies, team values, and the future of the Defiant moving into the 2020 OWL season.
In case you missed it: a summary of Toronto’s off-season releases and signings, and speculation about what moves are yet to come.
What’s next for Optidox? The former Assistant Coach of the Toronto Defiant shares thoughts on his coaching journey, his time with the Defiant, and the future of OWL.