The Overwatch World Cup is growing closer and closer. While most other teams had already announced their rosters, we were still waiting for the USA to announce theirs — and what a wait!
We already knew the twelve pre-selected players, but to raise hype around the final announcement the team's Twitter account has — via a short video — announced... the roster announcement.
Let us tell you, fans couldn't take it anymore — they only wanted one thing: names!
This video doesn't tell us much except for a date, the one for the announcement which was on August 27. So, we now have the long-awaited information, and without further ado, here are the final seven:
- Grant "moth" Espe
- Shane "Rawkus" Flaherty
- Matthew "super" DeLisi
- Indy "SPACE" Halpern
- Corey "Corey" Nigra
- Jay "sinatraa" Won
- Kyle "KSF" Frandanisa
In order to see our seven heroes in action, you will have to wait until November 1 and Blizzcon 2019. Support the team on social networks with the hashtag #WeBelieve.
Overwatch Season 17 ended earlier than expected on August 13, and then Role Queue arrived on live servers. The official Blizzard blog has made it possible to see a little more clearly how long it takes for players to reach Season 18, and to clarify the role of these two weeks of "beta".