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Here and the winners and losers of the first week of the 2022 Overwatch League

Opening weekend is over and now we have an idea about who is the cream of the crop.

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The first week of the 2022 Overwatch League season has officially come to a close, and following 13 games of competitive play, we have an idea about who are the top teams and who will be in dire need of improving before week two starts in a few days.

To this end, all the results of the first week can be found below:


  • New York Excelsior 1-3 Los Angeles Gladiators

  • San Francisco Shock 3-0 Paris Eternal

  • Florida Mayhem 1-3 Atlanta Reign

  • London Spitfire 0-3 San Francisco Shock

  • Boston Uprising 3-2 Vancouver Titans

  • Dallas Fuel 0-3 Houston Outlaws

  • Toronto Defiant 1-3 Washington Justice

  • Atlanta Reign 3-0 New York Excelsior

  • Boston Uprising 1-3 Los Angeles Gladiators

  • London Spitfire 3-0 Vancouver Titans

  • Paris Eternal 1-3 Florida Mayhem

  • Washington Justice 0-3 Dallas Fuel

  • Toronto Defiant 3-2 Houston Outlaws

The main thing we can really infer from these results is that San Francisco Shock, Los Angeles Gladiators, and the Atlanta Reign are the cream of the crop at the moment, as all three remain undefeated. Otherwise, the New York Excelsior, the Paris Eternal, and the Vancouver Titans will be heading into week two looking to get a win on the board for the season, as neither team had yet to secure one during week one.

The second week of games starts this Friday. Be sure to check out the schedule here.

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