Overwatch eSports

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Details[edit | edit source]

Tournament Start[edit | edit source]

  • October 29-31
  • Nov 4-5

Players[edit | edit source]

  • 16 teams, 6 players per team

Group A: Sweden, Brazil, Spain, Canada

Group B: USA, Chile, Russia, Germany

Group C: South Korea, Australia, Finland, Chinese Taipei

Group D: China, Thailand, France, Singapore

Format[edit | edit source]

Opening Week: Round Robin Group Stage Finals: Single-Elimination among top teams from Opening Week groups

Prize Pool[edit | edit source]

Q: Is there a prize pool for this tournament? What do the winners get? A: There’s no prize pool for this exhibition. However, the top 16 teams competing at BlizzCon will receive an appearance bonus and a free trip to BlizzCon.

From playoverwatch.com.

About[edit | edit source]

Months after they were assembled following a community vote, teams representing nations and regions from around the globe will compete for glory at BlizzCon. Sixteen teams will compete in best-of-three round-robin group stages during Opening Week, all hoping to progress to the single-elimination playoffs and play on the BlizzCon stage.

To ensure that all major regions of the world are well-represented at BlizzCon, the teams competing in the latter stages of this exhibition will include six from the Europe game region, Six from the Asia-Pacific game regions and four from the Americas.

Brackets[edit | edit source]

Top 8[edit | edit source]


Group A[edit | edit source]


Group B[edit | edit source]


Group C[edit | edit source]


Group D[edit | edit source]