The Overwatch League app is free on both the Google Play and iOS app store. Using the free application, fans are able to keep up with the Overwatch League schedule and standings in real-time. Blizzard will also update fans with interviews, profiles, and in-game analysis. Ten languages are available: English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Polish, Korean, and Chinese.
The Overwatch League app will also send push notifications to its users’ phones, so a match will never be forgotten. There’s the option to watch live or watch later with on-demand videos.
In-depth standings will also be viewable throughout the Overwatch League season.
The Overwatch League kicks off on Jan. 10 at Blizzard Arena Los Angeles, more than a year after its initial announcement at BlizzCon 2017. Twelve franchised teams will compete against each other in Blizzard’s structured, competitive league.
Week one of the league begins with San Francisco Shock vs. Los Angeles Valiant at 7pm ET on Jan. 10. Tournament play continues with Shanghai Dragons vs. Los Angeles Gladiators, followed by Dallas Fuel and Seoul Dynasty.