The Twitch Overwatch League All-Access Pass is back for season two at a cheaper price and with some new additions.
Overwatch Contenders, the professional Overwatch tournament that's one step down from Overwatch League, is introducing international live events to its latest season.
This week, all of the Overwatch League expansion team skins were made available.
Overwatch League will publicly track players that break the rules and get suspended during season two, and, unsurprisingly, the list already has several names on it.
All of the skins for the Overwatch League expansion teams are now available on the PTR.
All of the Overwatch League away skins are coming to owners of the home skins in the next major patch!
The Paris Overwatch League team now has a name, a logo, and a color scheme, and it's ready to compete in Overwatch League season 2 when it starts in February 2019.
Update: The cost of those sweet legendary Tracer and Genji skins has just been reduced.
Overwatch League Season 1 is over, but many of its most notable players are still competing for the Overwatch World Cup.
On Tuesday, The Dallas Fuel's Brandon "Seagull" Larned retired from professional Overwatch to take up full-time streaming on Twitch. Seagull explained a lot of reasons for why he decided to stop playing, but made note of the impact it had on his mental health. "That whole time though, I had to sacrifice a lot of things. Like a lot of my personal life, a lot of my mental and physical health," Seagull said during his stream. "I had a lot of problems playing, but it was all worth it because I got to compete."