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."
Before the London Spitfire Reddit AMA this week, we would have never known that Gesture and Bdosin share the same favorite anime of all time: One Piece.
Your wrists are a muscle, and you need to treat them with care.
Update: New teams in Atlanta and Guangzhou have been confirmed by Overwatch League.
After a rough first season, the Shanghai Dragons have already begun training for Overwatch League Season 2, which isn't expected to start until 2019. According to the team's Twitter page, the players have left Los Angeles to spend some time in a new training facility to go over their Season 1 performances.
During the final match of the Overwatch League's inaugural season, it was revealed that Blizzard has even more esports-related skins coming to Overwatch.
When the inaugural Overwatch League games began, there weren't a whole lot of ways to earn the in-game League Tokens -- used for buying the unique team skins -- outside of spending real money.
I've never seen people so excited for esports in my life as I have the past few days watching people go nuts for the Overwatch League.