It's the final week of regular stage competition in the very first season of Overwatch League.
My husband and I have two small kids, so when we get a precious chance to watch something other than Blippi, we usually watch together even if we're not interested in that particular programming.
Season one of Overwatch League is rounding the bend and the matches are getting a lot closer and harder to predict for all the teams except NYXL, who continued their dominance this week.
Outside of esports, a royal wedding dominated much of the news cycle this week.
The fourth stage of Overwatch League's inaugural season begins tonight, so here's what you can expect going forward, as well as a recap of the action you may have missed in stage 3.
Update: We've added some details on the reasoning from Overwatch League Commissioner Nate Nanzer.
Back in February, Blizzard Entertainment stated they were already looking for expansion teams for the Overwatch League.
If you're planning on going to the Overwatch League season one grand finals, please grab a knish from a cart for me, because they're taking place in New York City at the Barclay Center July 27th and 28th.
There was a giveaway for free Overwatch League branded sunglasses at the Blizzard Arena, but it wasn't really needed since Boston was serving up so much shade.
It's the last day of April, which is why I was so glad the Houston Outlaws decided to play Mei briefly on Nepal in their Overwatch League match against the L.A.