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.
We’re not even into 2020 yet, but it’s never too early to give a league wide power rankings. The Watchpoint Writers assemble to rank the teams.
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!
Have you ever wanted to get in the brain of an Overwatch League player? Here is your chance to get a glimpse of how Dusttin “Dogman” Bowerman opperates.
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.
Bumper. He gained many fans with his joking trash talk and personality. That is a main reason many fans mourned when they heard that Vancouver Titans were letting not only Tizi but also Bumper go from the team.
WatchpointLobby staff has organized several of their own rankings, and we combined them to make our own. This is an assessment of what I think about them.
The new community lead for the Gladiators will be Andrew Kim! CableKurugi explains how Andrew could contribute to the infrastructure of the LA Gladiators
It was announced today where the Seoul Dynasty’s home venue for their 2020 season is going to be.