Hangzhou Spark and Seoul Dynasty will meet this Saturday during the 24th week of Overwatch League (OWL) Season 3 in a rematch of their May Melee quarter-finals bout, where Dynasty came away with a clean sweep.
Hangzhou Spark have announced the signing of Sungjun “QoQ” Yu, who joined the Overwatch team as their new tank player on Friday.
Hangzhou Spark will look to restore some balance and claim their first win over Shanghai Dragons since last August when the two sides meet in the 2020 Overwatch League season this Sunday.
Hangzhou Spark have acquired South Korean DPS player Gihyeon “Ado” Chon as the one last addition to their team ahead of the first round of the 2020 Overwatch League season.
Hangzhou Spark announced on Monday that they will part ways with their support player Hyeong-Geun “Revenge” An, who has been with the team since November 2018.
Atlanta Reign and Hangzhou Spark will clash this Thursday in round two of the losers’ bracket in the 2019 Overwatch League playoffs. See the latest odds and free betting predictions.
The Overwatch League Season 2 playoffs will commence this Thursday when Vancouver Titans take on Seoul Dynasty, but it is the clash between Hangzhou Spark and Los Angeles Gladiators a few hours later that promises to grab the spotlight.