On the first day of the Overwatch World Cup I spoke to arguably Switzerland’s most popular player in their small Overwatch pro scene, Luca “Luux” Locher! He spoke about what it’s like being the best player in Switzerland, how viable Mei is in competitive, and what has been the biggest change in the Overwatch Community since the beta.
I sat down with Felipe “liko” Lebrao, one of South America’s best Overwatch players during the Overwatch World Cup. Even with Brazil’s run over, ending at a solid 3rd place, it gave them a good chance to showcase their skills and make a case for South American Esports. Liko had a few thoughts on being a middle-of-the-pack team, on the South American scene as a whole, the weight of representing one’s country and the difference in skill from Contenders to the World Cup.
Boston Uprising sit one game away from having a perfect stage, but are the Los Angeles Gladiators going to give it to them? We’ll find out today in the Overwatch League. Expect to see a great game here from both teams, as one fights for a world first, while the other aims to not let it happen.
It is Wednesday, my dudes, so let’s start with everyone’s favorite team this stage! Shanghai Dragons, Shanghai Dragons. Oh, when you win? Probably not today, but who knows what the future could hold? Maybe Boston Uprising’s run is just all pure luck, and today it all goes right for you?More than likely, we’ll see Boston showing off their strengths against the worst team in the league, but who really knows?
It was a cool Friday evening when I got out the car next to the Gallery Nucleus. Heading indoors, I was met with the Overwatch soundtrack playing lightly over the speakers. I walked past the front area, art for sale lining the shelves. Entering into the main foyer on the bottom floor, I was greeted by all things LA Valiant. A small wall displaying art by the fans and a giant wall made for Valiant themed photos are the first things I see. Read more …
It’s another day of Overwatch League with your second match this Friday. Up to bat was the Florida Mayhem and the Shanghai Dragons. Two teams people would say are playing much better than in Stage one or the start of Stage two. But does better for the Shanghai Dragons really mean a win over the Florida Mayhem? Or have the Mayhem been preparing for this match so that they aren’t the ones to lose to the winless team?
It is Wednesday, my Dudes, and that means more Overwatch League. Today we had the San Francisco Shock up against the Florida Mayhem. One of them causing a major Mayhem in the standings, while the other is simply looking to try out their new roster. Who’ll come ahead today? The Mayhem? Or the Shock?