Stage two of Overwatch League has been marked by a continued evening out of play.Though the Koreans maintain their signature esports dominance, because the other regions get to compete with them on a weekly basis rather than meeting in a once-yearly clash, the other regions seem to be catching up to them.
On Friday the runaway bad behavior train continued on its track straight through the Overwatch League as another round of punishments went out.
This week in Overwatch League played out mostly as we suspected.
The second stage of Overwatch League has begun and the changes we're seeing are both huge, and in line with what we expected -- for the most part.
Stage One of the inaugural season of Overwatch League was an amazing experience to watch.
People who haven't been following the first season of Overwatch League super closely might be a bit confused that we've already named a winner.
There weren't many boats rocked this past week in Overwatch League.
Until this week we had three undefeated juggernauts in the Overwatch League: the London Spitfire, New York Excelsior, and Seoul Dynasty, all of which were all made up of Korean players.
There were two big surprises this week in Overwatch League esports.
Opening day for Overwatch League was a great day to watch some esports.