Overwatch League News

Watch Out (S3W3): The Dallas Fuel could Oust the Outlaws as the LA Valiant fight for the Homeland

We knew there were big changes coming for the Overwatch League last week. I don’t think anyone was ready for this, though. Boston’s upset over New York on Thursday was electric, and it only got crazier from there. Saturday was one of the most impressive showings of the season, with all three games that day going to a tiebreaker. What a week!

This week could be even better. I’m faced with a bit of a dilemma, honestly. There are just too many good matches. I guess I’ll just have to tell you about all of them? Yeah, sorry, I know. How dreadful. Don’t worry, we’ll get through this together.

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Overwatch League: Seoul Dynasty vs. Los Angeles Gladiators

The Seoul Dynasty have had a less than stellar start to Stage 3. Currently sitting at 2-1, they were only 1 map away from dropping a match to the Dallas Fuel earlier in the week. Los Angeles Gladiators, on the other hand have to feel pretty good about themselves at the moment, also sitting at 2-1 but currently with the advantage in maps over Seoul. This match could very much be a precursor to who may be able to make the playoffs between these two teams later in the Stage/Season. Read more …

Overwatch League – London Spitfire vs Florida Mayhem- S3W2

In Week 2 of Stage 3, London Spitfire squares up against Florida Mayhem.  Last stage, Florida showed they have the capacity to play with some of the midrange contenders and there’s no stopping that train now.  London took a hit to their pride at the end of stage 2 with the loss to Philadelphia in the finals, and even further in their two losses in week 1.  Both teams are looking for a win to prove they’re still in the running, but who is going to walk away with it? Read more …

Overwatch League: Boston Uprising vs. New York Excelsior

Boston Uprising took on East Coast rivals New York Excelsior in Thursday’s first Overwatch League match. The Uprising recently were forced to drop their star DPS player DreamKazper for…unfortunate reasons, and thus saw Mistakes filling in. The change comes at the head of the second half of the League and puts them up against the League’s highest ranked team at a disadvantage. Could they overcome the loss of their DPS or would the NYXL continue their dominance atop the league? Read more …

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