The Overwatch League has its first inaugural champion in London Spitfire, but now it’s time for the league’s all-stars to go head-to-head.
All-Star Weekend is slated for Aug. 25 and 26 in Burbank, California’s Blizzard Arena Los Angeles. Two teams, one in the Atlantic Division and one from the Pacific Division, will face off to determine which region reigns supreme. Players were voted into the All-Star Weekend events via fan submission, with substitutes chosen by Blizzard and Overwatch League staff. Each team has six starters and 12 reserves.
What’s the schedule?
On Aug. 25, each division’s players will participate in a series of custom skill matches designed to test a player’s Overwatch prowess.
- Lúcioball Showdown, 6pm CT
- Six-on-six Mystery Heroes, 7pm CT
- Widowmaker one-on-one, 8pm CT
- Talent Takedown, 9:30pm CT
- Lockout Elimination, 10:30pm CT
- Widowmaker one-on-one finals, 11:30pm CT
The Atlantic and Pacific All-Stars will take each other on during the All-Star Game scheduled for 11am PT on Aug. 26. Each team will have an All-Star coach to help manage strategy and roster swaps—after all, all 18 players must have at least one map, according to Blizzard.
- Official All-Star Game, 1pm CT
Atlantic Division starters
- Bang “JJoNak” Seong-Hyun, New York Excelsior support
- Park “Saebyeolbe” Jong-Ryeol, NYXL DPS
- Kim “Pine” Do-Hyeon, NYXL flex
- Hong “Ark” Yeon-Jun, NYXL support
- Lee “Carpe” Jae-Hyeon, Philadelphia Fusion DPS
- Hong “Gesture” Jae-Hui, London Spitfire tank
- Baek “Fissure” Chan-Hyung, Los Angeles Gladiators tank
- Scott “Custa” Kennedy, Los Angeles Valiant support
- Kim “Geguri” Se-Yeon, Shanghai Dragons tank
- Kim “Fleta” Byung-Sun, Seoul Dynasty DPS
- Ryu “Ryujehong” Je-Hong, Seoul Dynasty flex-support
- Brandon “Seagull” Larned, Dallas Fuel flex
Twenty-four other Overwatch League players—12 on each side—make up the substitute rosters.