The commissioner of the Overwatch League, Nate Nanzer, started off the panel by talking about the general direction of the league.
The pros are already starting to pack their bags for Southern California.
Things across the spectrum are starting to cool down. Most leagues are winding up and establishing their brackets, because BlizzCon is just over a month away! Teams need time to scrim and practice, and oh god BlizzCon is just over a month away. While I start getting my spreadsheets in order, here's the esports schedule this weekend.
This morning the last three teams were announced for the first season of Overwatch League.
Burbank Studios has been a name in the entertainment industry for decades.
School is starting to get back into session for the year, so the buzz for collegiate esports is really amping up, too.
The ins and outs of professional esports are almost always interesting to read even if you never intend to participate in any play on that level.
The first seven teams in Overwatch League have been announced, both on Twitter and in a video by league commissioner Nate Nanzer.
The University of California, Irvine is one of a handful of universities offering esports scholarships, starting with a League of Legends scholarship in 2016.
Something fun I've noticed covering all these Blizzard esports for a while is they tend to sync up.
This morning, Blizzard announced another piece of the Overwatch League big picture.
It was another of those odd weeks in Blizzard esports where things seem to be hotter outside the actual matches being played.
Esports are becoming a bigger and bigger deal for Blizzard.