After an illustrious career around the Overwatch leagues, veteran tank player Gael “Poko” Gouzerch announced on Monday that he will be retiring from the competitive scene.
North American esports outfit Atlanta Reign has named former Overwatch tank player Blake “Gator” Scott as their new coach for the 2023 season.
On Saturday, American pro Overwatch outfit Washington Justice revealed they had released their entire roster alongside their coaching staff.
The Overwatch League has announced a delay in free agency. This has been necessitated owing to the uncertainty about the future of Chinese teams in the Overwatch esports title.
San Francisco Shock have announced the release of Korean DPS player Jung “Kilo” Jin-woo from their Overwatch roster.
The Overwatch League has gone agog with almost all franchises parting ways with their rosters, and the New York Excelsior is the latest on the list. The franchise have announced their decision to release all players on their Overwatch roster ahead of the 2023 season.
On Monday, the London Spitfire announced that three of their Overwatch players had been released to explore their options in the free agency market.
T1 announced on Saturday, November 12, that Overwatch player Lee “Carpe” Jae-hyeok will be joining their Valorant team ahead of the 2023 season.
In line with the Philadelphia Fusion’s intention to rebuild their Overwatch team, the franchise have announced the departure of five players from their roster. The North American franchise joins a long list of Overwatch teams making changes to their rosters ahead of the 2023 season.
The 2022 Overwatch League Playoffs came to an end on November 4, with the Dallas Fuel as the champions of the tournament. This year’s edition recorded a significant increase in viewership, becoming one of the most watched events in the tournament’s history.