The Los Angeles Valiant revealed September 7 that they will not be renewing the contracts of three players and a former player turned assistant coach for the upcoming 2019 season of the Overwatch League.
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After only winning 40 of their 167 played maps in Season 1, Florida Mayhem has undergone one of the most dramatic roster changes in all of esports history. Of the team that was once known for their meme-tastic, bromantical entrances to the Blizzard Arena stage, only three players remain. Read more …
Today Overwatch League officially announced the eight new teams joining for season two. Totaling eight new teams for the start of season two. The player signing window for expansion teams beings this week, we will see how quickly players get picked up.
In a recent announcement Blizzard posted an FAQ to outline how player signings will go for Season 2 of Overwatch League. This post seems to get ahead of any issues going on right now with players being contacted by teams and agents. Here are some thoughts.
This past week the Philadelphia Fusion had released three players from their roster. Here are some of the details surrounding the release.
What may shock Dallas Fuel followers the most about their roster announcement is not who they ended up letting go, but who they kept on the team. In the early afternoon of Sept. 4, Dallas Fuel took to Twitter to give their fans an update:
Yesterday, the Seoul Dynasty made some moves with their roster. After signing Fissure a few weeks before, they now had to release some of their squad. Here are the details.
The first season of the Overwatch League has come to a close. The season has seen careers launched, champions crowned, and players honored for their hard work and contributions to the League. And on Sunday, the last formal accolade of the season was awarded—the Dennis Hawelka Award, going to Pongphop “Mickie” Rattanasangchod of the Dallas Fuel. Read more …
Martin “Graceful” Wongprom is one of the EU Overwatch scene’s most experienced players, having entered the game competitively in early 2017. Read more …
If you followed the Overwatch League All-Star game this weekend, then you definitely laughed at least once. Whether it was while Custa and Bischu were giggling through casting, or while watching Reinforce literally carry his team to victory – we all found moments that made us smile. Constantly, I would catch myself laughing or simply sitting with a constant grin on my face. After a while, I got to thinking. Why is this whole experience so wholesome and familiar to me? Where are these feelings of nostalgia coming from? Why do I want to cry tears of happiness when Mickie does literally anything? Read more …