Blizzard confirms final three Overwatch League cities for Season 1, which will have 12 teams and start Jan. 10
Blizzard announced Dallas, Houston and Philadelphia on Wednesday as final three cities to field teams in Season 1 of Overwatch League.
Team EnVyUS announced Monday it has secured an investment worth tens of millions of dollars from the Hersh Interactive Group.
Happy on EnVyUs’ struggles: “I don’t know as players, sometimes they don’t remember strategies or how good we can play, so I have to constantly remind them, ‘this is how you do it because last time it worked perfectly.'”
Slingshot’s Vince Nairn and Jarek “DeKay” Lewis talked to EnVyUs’ Vincent “Happy” Schopenhauer at ESL One New York about his team’s struggles, the roster makeup and criticisms of his leadership style.
Although Team Dignitas was not expected to beat Cloud9, the larger surprise of the weekend came from Team EnVyUs’ series against Counter Logic Gaming.
Nisqy on moving to NA: “I think the biggest challenge is to face Bjergsen, and that was kind of my dream when I started my career on Fnatic Academy was to beat Bjergsen or just play against him.”
Team EnVyUs already secured a playoff berth before losing 2-0 to Cloud9 in Week 9 of the North American League of Legends Championship Series, its final match of the regular seas
Team EnVyUs will become the eighth team to join Overwatch League and will occupy Austin-Dallas, according to a report from ESPN.
Envy Apollo: “I’m more concerned about how we’re going to do in a best-of-five in the coming playoffs.”
EnVyUs has qualified for the North American League of Legends Championship Series summer playoffs after being in the promotion tournament just last split.