Full Overwatch League 2020 schedule revealed, features global events
Blizzard has revealed the entirety of the 2020 Overwatch League schedule.
Next year is set to be a huge one for the OWL as it will be the first season where the league reaches true global status. After years of being almost exclusively hosted at the Burbank Studios in California, the show is going on the road for events held in the home cities of every franchise.
The OWL will kick off Season 3 on February 8. Half the teams will compete in New York for the Excelsior's homestand, while the other half will join the Fuel in Dallas, Texas. Throughout the season, each team will have the chance to host games at their home arenas in 19 cities around the world.
"Start planning your weekends, your time off, your vacations, your road trips, and your viewing parties!" the press release exclaimed.
Overwatch League goes international in Shanghai, Paris, Seoul
The Overwatch League went on to give people "a taste" of the "great opportunities" coming to the Overwatch League audience next year. This includes spending Valentine's Day in Shanghai, where fans can check out the Dragons' home turf. Then there's Seoul Dynasty's first home games since they joined the OWL, held in Seoul in early March.
"Don’t put off that dream Paris vacation any longer, book it to coincide with the Eternal’s first home matches on April 11," continued the press release.
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