Recently High Noon Podcast got twenty four members of the Overwatch League community’s opinions to put together an aggregate power rankings leading up to the preseason. I took part as one of the community members and wanted to break down each pick from the community and compare how my picks stacked up.
Below are the current Overwatch League teams that have been confirmed by Blizzard to be in the League for season one! Check below for the most recent team news!
The Florida Mayhem bear a unique structure unlike other teams in the league right now. While other teams have a stacked roster that offer a chance for player swapping, the Mayhem stands at only 6 members: Tviq, Logix, Manneten, CWoosH, Zebbosai, and Zuppeh. The budding team has Mineral of Misfits Gaming as the Head Coach and the Misfit’s CEO, Ben Spoont, as owner.
Overwatchscore Staff Writer Garrett “Mash” Fuller got together with Los Angeles Gladiators Coach David Pei to dig into the details around his thoughts on the Overwatch League, building the Gladiators roster, and being the only city where they need to compete for fans with another Overwatch League team.
Overwatchscore’s Philadelphia Fusion analyst Chris “Zerk” Harshbarger got together with Philadelphia Fusion Coach Yann “Kirby” Luu to dig into the details around his thoughts on the Overwatch League, building the Philadelphia roster, and some favorite questions from fans on Reddit.
Weekly One Shots looks at each team for the week. Blizzcon is over and now the league structure has been determined. Blizzard announced the pre-season and full schedule from January through to June. Teams have essentially finalized their rosters and tons of news came out on Saturday night after the World Cup ceremony for South Korea. Breaking down each team, here are the Weekly One Shots:
The Philadelphia Fusion have finalized their roster and coaching staff for the first season of the Overwatch League. They have signed twelve players, three coaches, and an analyst to lead the orange and black. Dave Scott, President, and CEO of Comcast Spectactor said of his rosters international nature “The Fusion roster features players and coaches from North America, Europe and Asia, which reflects the international makeup of Philadelphia, as well as our brand’s promise, a ‘Fusion’ of players from all across the world.”
Los Angeles Gladiators logo has been revealed! The lions of the west begin their journey against the L.A. Valiant.
Philadelphia Fusion Logo has been revealed! The team was one of the last added to Overwatch League list of initial twelve organizations. Owned by Comcast Spectacor, the Philadelphia Fusion have yet to release a roster. We wait excited to hear who they have signed!