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Semmler won't cast Overwatch League Season 3

The Overwatch League will continue without Auguste “Semmler” Massonnat for Season 3, which starts in a few weeks. This announcement follows the many departures we've already talked about.

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Houston Outlaws forced to leave their Woodlands home in Texas

As part of the Homestands for the new season of the Overwatch League, all the teams are moving to their respective cities. This was the case for Houston Outlaws, who had found a beautiful villa before the local community evicted them.

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Is the Overwatch League creating an economic bubble in esports?

The Overwatch League is one of the biggest competitive scenes in esports, but is quite young and therefore fragile. With the departure of many key people, new questions have arisen about the future of the League.

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MonteCristo and Chris Puckett leave the OWL

As the year came to an end, Christopher "MonteCristo" Mykles and Chris Puckett announced they would no longer work on the OWL.

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Transfer Window: Atlanta, Florida and New-York welcome new coaches!

Shanghai Dragons, Philadelphia Fusion, Houston Outlaws, Toronto Defiant, Boston Uprising... All these teams have one thing in common: recent changes have been made to their rosters. Here's what is going on in roster-shuffle season.

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Overwatch League champs Sinatraa and Super on Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show

The Overwatch League is coming to television! Sinatraa and Super have been invited to appear on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where they will discuss San Francisco Shock and their impressive victory in the Overwatch League Grand Finals.

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San Francisco Shock makes Overwatch League history

Each final has its own plot. Each final has its own champion. This second season of the Overwatch League wasn't different from the others. San Francisco Shock has crushed its big rival of the year. A look back at the Grand Finals — with a hint of green and orange.

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San Francisco Shock takes the Overwatch League 2019 title!

With a 4-0 win over Vancouver Titans, San Francisco Shock was crowned Overwatch League 2019 champions! The match wasn't as close as we first thought it might be, but no less exciting nontheless.

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