The Justice begins their season this week! They take on some tough challenges, how well will they do? Lets take a look!
Watchpoint: Lobby interviews six parents of Overwatch League players, in order to assertain what life is like when your son becomes a professional gamer.
The Justice in 2020 look very exciting and like a team that can go places. Today, I’ll predict the 2020 season for the Washington Justice!
The Washington Justice have had an eventful offseason so far and today, we’ll give the good bits an up and the bad bits a down, Lets up those downs!
On November 17th, 2019 The Washington Justice hosted their first collegiate cup The Washington Justice Back To School Brawl. The best teams in D.C., Virginia, and Maryland faced off in an exciting double elimination tournament. I was able to interview three players from runners up George Mason University on all things collegiate overwatch.
The Justice are looking to create an experience that is more than just a homestand. An event for longterm esports fans, casual fans, and for those who are just giving it a try.
With the help of the Washington Justice’s DPS Corey and General Manager Bawlynn, Team USA went from a measly 5th place in 2018 to 2019 OWWC champions.
As the 2019 off-season continues, each day brings more and more crazy roster updates. While not as crazy as other teams, the Washington Justice have definitely been having their fair share of roster changes.
The Justice have had a crazy off season so far from player drops to coaching pickups! We’ll look at all of it so far and see what the 2020 Justice could be!
After an eventful 2019 season, we look back discuss what went on. Here at WatchPointwe interviewed the former Assistant Coach for the Justice, AVALLA!