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.
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 new “Push” mode may be the biggest announcement for Overwatch that came out of Blizzcon.
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?
Before looking to the future, you have to understand the past. Time for a quick flashback to review Paris Eternal’s Season 1 ! #FiatLux
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.
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 […]
On the 22nd of October 2019, London Spitfire fans received the news they dreaded: two of the team’s stars fell. Profit and Gesture both moved on to the Dynasty leaving a huge hole in London’s team and in the hearts of the fans. Fast forward eight days. Rumors of any roster moves were silent. No […]
OGE has been traded to the LA Gladiators – but what does that mean for the team’s future? We look at the player’s history and potential role.