Week two of Overwatch League kicked off last night with a great series of games that stretched late into the night.
As the sun sets on week one of Overwatch League, here's a quick breakdown of what you may have missed.
Day two of Overwatch League gave the rest of the teams a chance to show their stuff.
Opening day for Overwatch League was a great day to watch some esports.
It was first announced at BlizzCon 2016. A year and a half of planning since that announcement has led us here. Opening Day for the inaugural season of Overwatch League kicks off today at 6 p.m. Central, live from Blizzard Arena.
After the Overwatch League officially began with preseason show matches in December exclusively on MLG.tv -- i.e., not Twitch -- lots of people were wondering whether this would continue with the regular season.
Overwatch League commissioner Nate Nanzer unveiled plans for a companion app way back at BlizzCon.
At the end of last month, the Overwatch esports team posted an overview on how an Overwatch League hopeful might be able to play in the big leagues.
It was only natural things would get explosive last night, since one of the first teams playing in the exhibition matches showcasing Overwatch's fledgling esports league was the Florida Mayhem.
In a series of tweets citing "player logistics issues," the Philadelphia Fusion is officially withdrawing from the Overwatch League preseason.