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The British Hurricane Unveil Their Roster and Logo

The British Hurricane Unveil Their Roster and Logo
The British Hurricane has unveiled their colors, logo, name and – most exciting – their full European roster for the second season of the Overwatch Contenders. In an exclusive press release, the CLoud9-owned team revealed the team’s much-anticipated roster: Main Tank – Cameron ‘Fusions’ Bosworth (United Kingdom) | @FusionsOW Off Tank – Hafþór ‘Hafficool’ Hákonarson (Iceland) | @Hafficool Flex DPS –

Are the Houston Outlaws for Real?

Are the Houston Outlaws for Real?
The Houston Outlaws are on fire. They are 16-0 against teams the last 2 weeks.  With this surge, they are in 4th place going into the 4th week of Stage 1. But are they good, or are they just beating on Tomato cans? Let’s look at their schedule prior and see what is ahead. The Outlaws are fun to watch.

The Shanghai Dragons Address Player Mistreatment Rumors

The Shanghai Dragons Address Player Mistreatment Rumors
The Overwatch League has brought a lot of surprises (after not even participating in the preseason, Philadelphia Fusion smoked the Houston Outlaws) and a lot of drama (xQc was not “active” for Dallas Fuel’s Jan. 19 match vs. London Spitfire for using homophobic slurs during a stream). But one of the most heart wrenching things I’ve seen from the first season so

Terrel’s Top 5 Overwatch League Skins for Zenyatta

Terrel's Top 5 Overwatch League Skins for Zenyatta
My top 5 Zenyatta skins for the Overwatch League Yesterday was the end of the first week of the Overwatch League! Hooray! None of this pre-season BS we didn’t want. It was the real deal. But for the first week we weren’t doing predictions, we were focusing on what the skins were like. Especially on our favorite heroes. My favorite? Zenyatta.

Roomba’s Ramblings: SF Shock vs. LA Valiant Match Review

Roomba’s Ramblings: SF Shock vs. LA Valiant Match Review
The tale of the San Francisco versus Los Angeles sports rivalry traces back to the 60’s when baseball migrated west when the Dodgers and Giants moved to LA and SF respectively. Fast forward 50+ years, add some computers, and add a less physical, but just as (if not more) mentally taxing game – and you have the newest installation of

Support Mains Unite: An Interview with Los Angeles Valiant’s Verbo

Support Mains Unite: An Interview with Los Angeles Valiant's Verbo
If you’ve ever been on Reddit or any Overwatch group on Facebook, you’ve probably seen it: The claim that playing support heroes takes no skill. Well, those salty bait posters have probably never seen Verbo play. Stefano ‘Verbo’ Disalvo is one of Los Angeles Valiant’s support mains. And you’ve probably seen him wall riding all over the maps during the

The 5 Overwatch Ships You Should Support in 2018

The 5 Overwatch Ships You Should Support in 2018
A very tame example of Overwatch’s #1 searched ‘ship of 2017 By now, you’ve probably heard from a variety of esports websites that McHanzo is the most searched ‘ship of 2017, remaining at the constant, steady and steamy number one spot almost the entire year. The stoic samurai/cowboy duo was only topped by Pharmercy and Reaper76 for a short moment,

Dallas Fuel’s xQc’s Unscripted “Straight From the Heart” Apology

Dallas Fuel's xQc's Unscripted "Straight From the Heart" Apology
“Honestly, nobody asked me to do this. Not Blizzard. Not Dallas Fuel. Not my owner, not my teammates… This is something that comes from me. If I get in trouble doing it, so be it.” That’s the opening to Félix “xQc” Lengyel’s unscripted apology, uploaded to YouTube on Dec. 19. With over 130,000 views, the Dallas Fuel tank main has been causing a

The Overwatch League Should Lighten Up: The Shanghai Dragons Incident

The Overwatch League Should Lighten Up: The Shanghai Dragons Incident
Another Day, Another Drama The drama continues. Two Shanghai Dragons players were fined 3,000 RMB (or about $450) yesterday for sharing an account, something that breaks Blizzard’s code of conduct. Fang “Undead” Chao and Liu “Xushu” Junji were sharing Xushu’s alternate account in order to play Competitive Play mode together, since their rankings were too far apart to do so.

An Interview With Los Angeles Gladiator’s iRemiix: “It Felt Really Good to Show People What We Are Capable Of”

An Interview With Los Angeles Gladiator's iRemiix: "It Felt Really Good to Show People What We Are Capable Of"
To the surprise of many, the Los Angeles Gladiators defeated the London Spitfire 3-2 in their preseason match last night. The win definitely sent a message to Overwatch League viewers: The Los Angeles Gladiators are not playing around.  Many players on the Gladiators’ roster are seemingly new to the scene. People haven’t heard some of their names. But that’s about to change.