"The opportunity to play Overwatch anywhere, without having to be anchored to a chair or the sofa in your living room, is priceless."
"Overwatch is, without a doubt, the best multiplayer-shooter I've ever had my hands on."
There's a lot of Korean talent in the side now, bolstering an already strong roster for the competition.
This is the latest side to pull out of the Contenders competition, so we won't see them in 2020.
He claims coach Sephy made him feel unmotivated, along with a late release notice from Atlanta Reign, but Sephy has his own side of the story.
He leaked the information as a part of his stream, and he's faced the consequences from Blizzard.
The former player joins the coaching staff at the Overwatch League team, joining the likes of Harsha.
They've got a lot of Contenders talent on show as they prepare to continue their success in 2020.
They've had a bit of a shakeup after the 2019 competition, and we know who'll represent them in 2020.
The former Seoul Dynasty player joins after being a free agent, reaching several playoffs in the past.
The assistant coach helped the team achieve success in 2019, and this has been rewarded.
Orisa has been dramatically affected, and we also have a new While You Wait feature to enjoy, replacing Skirmish.
They've been busy with signings after the 2019 season, preparing themselves for 2020 in a major way.
Those wanting to play as Dr. Angela Ziegler can now earn the skin for Overwatch medic Mercy.
The South Korean DPS specialist makes the shift from Element Mystic.
This gives us some lore on the popular Overwatch healer, and her personal story to "confront the past".
One has retired, while four others are leaving the team as Charge looks to change things for 2020.