There’s plenty of questions, most unanswered, but Blizzard’s highly anticipated and heavily publicised Overwatch League will indeed start this year, as promised when it was first announced at Blizzcon 2016.
It’s been a long time coming but we finally have concrete, official confirmation of the city-based teams that will be participating in the highly-anticipated Overwatch League.
Call of Duty has long been an eSports staple, but Activision may be looking to control a more territorially-focused league with franchised teams, similar to what the company is hoping to achieve with Overwatch League.
Activision Blizzard, parent company of Overwatch developer, Blizzard, has big plans for the game’s new esports league.
It’s been a long battle for recognition, but professional gaming has finally earned the respect it deserves in the world’s gambling mecca.
Overwatch stands to be the dominant force in eSports if all the right pieces fall into place, according to a report from research firm Morgan Stanley.
Overwatch may very well be the most successful new IP to hit the gaming scene in over a decade, and Activision Blizzard has big plans for it moving forward.