Overwatch League’s hero bans drastically change the scope of season three, but could also put a toll on the players
Overwatch League's upcoming third season will see a massive change to the way its played and viewed.
If you've been watching season two of Overwatch League or have been playing Overwatch yourself in the past few months, there's a high chance you've played against a bunker team composition.
According to several rumors, Overwatch League will enforce a 2-2-2 role lock starting in Stage 4.
If you want to look good in the Overwatch League in-game skins, you'll need Overwatch League Tokens to purchase them first.
"We don't really like the game that much anymore," Jack Stuttard, one half of the University of Georgia's Fortnite team, said after winning the Collegiate Starleague finals this weekend.
Update: The BlizzCon team published their official announcement a few minutes after we originally published this.
The Overwatch League's Philadelphia Fusion will own the first esports arena in North America.
The casters were incredibly confused when Atlanta Reign's Zarya and Lucio were perched on top of the lift in their Hollywood match against Paris Eternal.
Since one of the departments hit heavily by the Activision-Blizzard layoffs earlier this week was merchandising, you'd think that the third-party vendors Blizzard hired to take care of merchandise immediately following that would be above and beyond the standard we're used to.
If you've watched any Overwatch League match this season so far, you've likely heard the casters talk about "GOATS" or "triple-triple" composition.