The title matches for Stage 2 are just one week away, and it's anybody's guess who will be taking the third spot in the title matches. In this episode, we talk about last week's wonderful Overwatch League showing, Florida's surprising wins, Brigitte hitting standard servers, and Shanghai temporarily losing two of its best players. Oh, and so much more.
The title matches for Stage 2 are just one week away, and it’s anybody’s guess who will be taking the third spot in the title matches. In this episode, we talk about last week’s wonderful Overwatch League showing, Florida’s surprising wins, Brigitte hitting standard servers, and Shanghai temporarily losing two of its best players. Oh, and so much more.
Rally to us, heroes!
This episode was produced by Ashton Herrmann and Eric Saupe, and audio editing was performed by Ashton. You can find us at mekacast.com for show notes, blog posts, or links to our social media channels.
Show Notes and Format
- Slasher: Dallas Fuel exploring options for releasing/selling of both Taimou and Cocco - Twitter
- Moth and Architect to SF Shock - Twitter
- Taimou seeks advice from Fissure on his Winston play. - Reddit
- A Statement from Head Coach David “dpei” Pei - LA Gladiators
- OWL Commissioner Nate Nanzer: “Our goal is to have around 28 teams around the world.” - InvenGlobal
- Shanghai Dragons to Hire Sports Psychologist to Help With Pressure - Unikrn
- SHD Undead to return home and will not compete for the next two matches - Twitter
- Jacob Wolf: Geguri expected to arrive to US March 23rd and maker her debut vs Dallas Fuel on April 4th - Twitter
- OWL Analyst Sideshow is Currently Residing in Fusion’s Treehouse After a Lost Bet - Twitter
- “Blizzard reached out to SF Shock management to ask that sinatra take down his birthday tweet” - Twitter
Patch Notes and Balance Changes
- OWL Stage 2 - Week 4
- Eric’s Thoughts
- Florida coming in hot
- Dallas still can’t communicate - Twitch.tv
- Fissure was the best thing to happen to LA Gladiators
- Ashton’s thoughts
- Spitfire sweep Dynasty
- Outlaws seem to have lost all steam
- Uprising vs Valiant was terrific; also NYXL vs Dynasty