Let’s be honest, coming into this game, on paper, we all feel like the Seoul Dynasty should destroy the San Francisco Shock….right?! Well if Valiant showed the OWL world anything Wednesday, it’s that the Dynasty has an exploitable Achilles’ Heel. Seoul’s Support play is severely lacking as of late. I’m not sure if this is the result of attempting to change things up against London, or just that the rest of the League has caught on to how Seoul plays. If any player can take advantage of the seemingly crumbling Support players on Seoul, it would be San Francisco’s own Sleepy. Did Seoul rebound? Did their communication issues continue? Were the SF Shock able to quiet the Dynasty dreams of reigning supreme? Seoul needed to win all four maps to keep their Title Match hopes alive. Would they be able to do it, or would San Francisco keep to their name and Shock the Dynasty, as I predicted, forcing 5 maps and knocking Seoul out of the race?
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Friday’s first match in Week 5 is a battle for ninth place, but that doesn’t mean we’re not gonna see some entertaining Overwatch!!
The Gladiators have the edge in the standings, but lately have struggled against some tough opponents. I think the Fuel might have a chance here. Plus, they had a fantastic intro.
In the second game on Friday, the Seoul Dynasty will battle the San Francisco Shock, as the Dynasty try to salvage their crumbling stage for a playoff berth. After having started the stage so well, Seoul will need a full sweep of San Francisco to keep their hopes alive.
I will be covering the Seoul vs. San Francisco match tonight, look for my coverage and recap of the maps on Twitter, and after the match here on Overwatchscore.
With Los Angeles Valiant beating the Seoul Dynasty last night, the top of the table became a convoluted mess. With the victory, Valiant opened the door to a Title Match berth not only to themselves but to 3 other Western teams. Here are the 7 teams who could make the Title Match games and how.
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It’s the last week of the stage, so these matches are both awesome and extremely important for the playoff picture on Saturday. But which ones matter the most? Why, I’ll tell you. Just keep reading.
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This week is going to have some crazy, high-level matchups that could flip your power rankings on their head. Will we see some more upsets in the wake of week 3’s six 3-2 finishes? Will the mortal looking top teams right the ship and continue their winning ways? Or will blessed parity win the day yet again?
Overwatch League announced the player signing window has begun. The trade window will open on February 11th. Here is the press release.
Overwatch League continues to add top sponsors. This week T-Mobile and Sour Patch Kids join the ranks of Toyota, Intel, and OMEN by HP as League supporters. The growing list continues to bring in top brands which normally advertise on traditional sports. Here is the press release from the League.
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Week three is here already! Never fear, though, I’ve got all the good stuff right here for you. Be sure to check out my Week 2 Retrospective, where I reflect on last week’s matches to watch, as well as one that passed under my radar. Here we go!