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The Overwatch League has its grand finalists

The playoffs have come to an end, and it's two familiar faces that will battle for the title at the end of September.

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The playoffs for the 2019 season of the Overwatch League have come to an end, leaving Vancouver Titans and San Francisco Shock as the two teams left standing for the Grand Finals in Philadelphia on September 29.

Titans beat LA Gladiators and Seoul Dynasty to get to this position, as well as New York Excelsior, while the Shock faced a defeat by Atlanta Reign earlier this month. That said, they bounced back to defeat reigning champions London Spitfire, Gladiators, Hangzhou Spark, and Excelsior, with all lower bracket matches being a 4-0 victory.

Both sides have won a stage this year, facing off in finals already, so they're certainly familiar with each other. With Zedd performing at the Overwatch League Grand Finals as well, it should be a good event for fans.

Who can win?

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Photo: Robert Paul for Blizzard Entertainment

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