The Overwatch League has not officially announced its official members as the Grand Final is approaching, two All Stars weekend. Divided into regions of Asia and North America, players who choose to join their fans go directly to the list of battles. These include your favorite classics such as Widowmaker 1v1 tournaments and 6v6 All Star games. This year too, new events such as Genji, Winston, and Anna’s Skill Challenge have been added. These players are for fun and spontaneity rounds after the rounds, as they are prize-money.
Game mechanics by region
The league has been split into two regions for most of the year, and the All-Stars game is moving forward accordingly. First, the Asian All-Star event will begin on September 29th. It is scheduled to start from 1 am to 7 pm (or 4 pm to 10 pm CST, 5 pm to 11 pm KST). This includes standard 6v6 All-Star games. From this game, two selected coaches will draft the team and allow players to choose their own role (other than standard roll lock).
The event then moves on to the famous Widowmaker 1v1 tournament, where players shoot out in sequence until there is only one. Current champion MinsonDiemShanghai Dragon Bae returns to retain his honor. He will play against the best players in Jehyuk. “Calpe“Philadelphia Fusion Lee, Jungwoo”Happy“Mr. Lee and Mr. Song Chang in charge of Guangzhou”YearLee from the San Francisco Shock.
Bringing Asia to life with a new talent takedown
A new and exciting opportunity for fans around the world in the Overwatch League is talent takedowns. NA fans are used to meeting people like BrennonBren“Hook and Mitch”UberLeslie makes it public and other fans receive the same treatment. The stage for a talent takedown with local Asian talent is set! With the combined talents of China and South Korea, we are ready for a new talent takedown. Below are the participating talents from China and South Korea. (Yes, Overwatch League fans, is Rugehon! )
- Chuin “Bibi” Yellow
- Jiaming “Jiuduo” He
- Mengyuan “Peach” Wang
- Zhihao “YXL” Zhang
- Yuanyi “Roy” Liu
- Yutao “Time” Bian
- Kyuhyun “Yongbontan” fan
- Hyun Sung Hong
- Jehon “Ryujeong” Ryu
- Ji-Su “Akaros” Jang
- Jiss Sim
- Kim Jung Min “The Marine”
In addition, the four new modes added to All-Star will be exclusive to the Asian region. This includes Ana, Genji, and Winston skill challenges. In this challenge, four great players of these heroes will show you the items. The final mode, titled “Who is Meta?”, Acts as a hero gauntlet. Eight selected players will face each other to see who will be the top, with each selected player having the potential to clear the “Freta Deadlift”. Starting with McCree, they circulate the hero as they get elimination, leaving only one space at the top.
How about North America?
Don’t be afraid of fans. After saying all this fun, the league will do it again. From 4:00 pm to 4:00 pm Pacific Standard Time (CST 3:07 am (+1) or KST 4: 8 am (+1)) on October 3, we will aim for the best in North America. If you follow the same draft rules as in the Asian region, the rules of the game will change as the map progresses, resulting in a full-scale brawl.
The NA Region can also participate in Widowmaker 1v1 and Talent Takedown. With the meta (including the map back to GOAT) (oh, 2019) set for talent takedown, fans can enjoy their favorite face head-on. In addition, with more former professional players than ever, especially ScottExpensive“Kennedy and Jacob”JakeLyonnais — These games have the potential to be more competitive than ever.
A complete list of all players involved Overwatch League websiteIncludes details for each round and each mode. Enjoy the first match of the All-Stars match on September 29th. Get ready for the Grand Final on October 8th.
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