It is no secret that South Korea has dominated esports for a long time. Overwatch League is seeing the same trend. The rosters built from former APEX Tournament powerhouses seem to be unstoppable. As the league takes esports into main stream media, new fans are seeing just how tough these team can play.
Seoul Dynasty vs Boston Uprising marked the first match of the night. Dynasty remains undefeated, can the Uprising have their own revolution and bring down the top team?
Overwatch League week two continues with a ton of matches. Games went well into the night and continue this weekend. There is also a lot going on behind the scenes as well. Here is a breakdown of some news from the Shanghai Dragons, Lunatic Hai, and League sponsorship.
ReKTGlobal acquires Rogue, the esports organization out of Las Vegas. Known as having one of the top Overwatch team before the launch of Overwatch League, Rogue did not make it into season one. However, they have been a force in esports from the beginning with investors like Steve Aoki. Here is the press release explaining the acquisition.
Noah Whinston took the stand for the L.A. Valiant at Overwatch League media day this morning. He broke down a lot of the Valiant’s philosophy as well as giving some key announcements. Valiant will be playing at L.A. Live when the league moves into home and away games. Here is a breakdown of what Noah had to say.