Overwatch League All-Star Weekend Viewing Guide

Blizzard Entertainment reached out to share the Overwatch League All-Star Weekend Viewing Guide. The event starts on Saturday, August 25 at 4pm PDT and on Sunday, Aug 26 at 11am PDT.

The tournament can be watched on DisneyXD, ESPN3, Twitch, MLG, and OverwatchLeague.com.

If you are in the Los Angeles area, you can buy your event tickets here.

To celebrate the All-Star Game, the legendary Overwatch skins for Tracer and Genji will be available for a limited-time until August 27 for 200 Overwatch League tokens each (or $9.99)’

 

During halftime of Sunday’s All-Star game, the recipient of the first Dennis Hawelka Award will be announced. Named in honor of the late Dennis “INTERNETHULK” Hawelka, the award will be presented to the player who has had the most positive impact on the Overwatch League community.

On Saturday, eighteen All-Star players from each division will compete in a series of skill games set to test their abilities in a range of unique game modes. From determining the player with the most versatile hero pool to the sharpest Widowmaker, the Atlantic and Pacific Divisions will compete for bragging rights before battling in Sunday’s All-Star game.

The rosters of Saturday’s games are listed below:

 

Keep up to date with all of the latest Overwatch League news and content on the Overwatch League website, as well as on Twitter, Twitch, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. For more All-Star Weekend news, visit OverwatchLeague.com/news.

 

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