Blizzard's shooter sequel is here, but how does it stack up as a follow-up to one of the last decade's best games?
The We Spit Fire lads have a new parent organisation.
The team will compete in the European division of the competition.
The era of exclusivity is over... at least for one year.
The described GOAT of DPS has decided to retire from esports.
The South Korean team has signed some heavy-hitters to mark its return to the esport.
After leaving the scene and shutting down almost three years ago.
It features multiple Overwatch League veterans, many of whom are former champions.
The former Overwatch League team is one of few to transition to a post-OWL world.
No skins have been revealed just yet, but fans already have ideas on who could be dressing up as who.
The Overwatch team is back in spirit.
A busy year is lined-up, with a bit of summer break in between.
Core and beloved members of Blizzard's esports department have lost their jobs, leaving just a skeleton crew.
Blizzard has revealed the new ecosystem of competitive action.
Safe to say, this has made the community implode more than a little.
Executive producer Jared Neuss talks plans to make heroes free for all players.