With the shift to 2-2-2, here are five damage players who could really pop off in Stage 4.
Upsets, a seismic meta shift, more upsets, and a triumphant Atlanta Homestand—here’s the best of Stage 3.
Pre-order Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® on Battle.net® and unlock the classic version of Captain Price as a playable character in Blackout.
The race to see who can be the first to defeat Azshara in her Eternal Palace begins this week and we’ve got the scoop on where you can watch all the action live!
From the No. 8 seed to stage champions, the Shanghai Dragons paved their own way to the top with unique DPS comps.
Introducing Role Queue, an update to Overwatch’s matchmaking and queuing system that gives players the power to choose which role they play in their games.
Stage 4 will be played in a 2-2-2 format, with all team compositions consisting of two damage heroes, two tanks, and two supports.
This weekend, 18 players will compete for three spots at BlizzCon.
Stage 3 was a period of experimentation that led to the emergence of two rival hero lineups to combat 3-3.
StarCraft II esports returns to Ukraine this weekend!