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Dallas Fuel among teams hosting home games next season

This month we reported that the second season of the Overwatch League would see a handful of games played in the home stadiums for certain teams, so as to test the city-based structure of the league, and now the competition website has revealed who will be hosting these matches.

Dallas Fuel, Atlanta Reign, and LA Valiant will be the selected teams, with the Fuel kicking things off between April 27 and 28. This will be held at the Allen Event Center which will host the Chengdu Hunters, Hangzhou Spark, Houston Outlaws, London Spitfire, Paris Eternal, Los Angeles Valiant, and Seoul Dynasty, with tickets available on the team's site.

Atlanta Reign, however, will host Florida Mayhem, Guangzhou Charge, New York Excelsior, Philadelphia Fusion, Shanghai Dragons, Toronto Defiant, and Washington Justice between July 6 and 7. Valiant, on the other hand, are heading to The Novo by Microsoft at LA Live between August 24 and 25 to greet Atlanta Reign, Boston Uprising, Dallas Fuel, Hangzhou Spark, Los Angeles Gladiators, New York Excelsior, Vancouver Titans, San Francisco Shock, and Shanghai Dragons.

Ticket availability for these selected dates will be revealed later, but this was only one announcement in a full schedule reveal. Here we found out that each team will get a post-match team signing once during the season, which are free for fans to attend, and there's a Season Pass too, including a dedicated entrance with early access to the arena, first chance to pick seats, tickets to the All-Star event and Stage Finals, and more.

The Pick 6 package also lets fans customise a package to feature their favourite team, automatically including the team signing date too, and there are Friends & Family Fridays and packages on top of that. What's more is that the Overwatch League is also due to schedule LA Pride in 2019 as well.

For more on the schedule, including the full PDF, visit the link above. Are you excited to see the home games being played?

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