It was another great week over at the Blizzard Arena with lots of great Overwatch esports to watch as stage three rolls on.
The first week of a new stage in Overwatch League is always kind of a wonky one for the standings.
The very first trading window for the Overwatch League closed yesterday, just before Stage 3 of competition begins.
In an announcement earlier today, the Overwatch League office announced a slight change to the way stage finals brackets will work.
The Overwatch World Cup has been announced for 2018!
I'm going to level with you.
Around the figurative Blizzard Watch watercooler, most of the Overwatch League discussion has revolved around the Shanghai Dragons and how we're just hoping they just win one match in this inaugural season.
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.