As Stage Three gets underway on Wednesday we’ll have the chance to see three different teams try to integrate new players on the fly as well as if Seoul can return to dominance after a rough end to Stage Two.
There was a time not that long ago where the best non-Korean team in the Overwatch League was the Los Angeles Valiant.
In the current state of Overwatch League there are 144 roster spots available. As the player signing/transfer window closes on Tuesday 126 of those 144 spots are currently filled. Only two teams, Houston and Philadelphia currently house the max 12 players on their roster.
Stage Three of the Overwatch League will finally get underway on Wednesday and that means it’s time to make some predictions as to how the next five weeks of matches will play out.
Stage Two was….. Not kind to the Pacific Division.
The Atlantic Division was an interesting beast in Stage Two. It contained two of the most improved squads in the entire league in the Mayhem and Fusion, but also had regressions from Boston and Houston. That’s all before we even mention Stage One champions London Spitfire or the eventual Stage Two champions New York Excelsior.
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