Vote for Your Overwatch League All-Star Game Starters Now

On August 25 and 26, the Overwatch League All-Star Game begins at Blizzard Arena and you can vote for the starting six for each division right now.

on June 3, 2018 2:08 PM

After everything is said and done at Overwatch League Grand Finals, it doesn’t look like the viewers will have to wait long to get back into the action. On August 25, All-Star Game weekend begins bringing all of your favorite players from each division and pinning them against each other in a variety of different matches. The starting six for each division will be chosen by the viewers and you can vote right now.

To start drafting your Atlantic and Pacific division dream teams, you can follow this link then sign into your Battle.net account. Once you’ve done that, you’ll be able to build your six-man roster with up to two players per role. Voting will end on June 17; the starting rosters will be announced on the following day, June 18.

Each team will receive an additional 12 players which will be selected by Overwatch League players, coaches, casters, and staff. The full roster for each team will be announced on June 25.

The All-Star Game Weekend will be held at the Blizzard Arena in Los Angeles on August 25 and 26. The first day will feature the two divisions going head-to-head in a number of custom games. On the following day, both teams will compete in the first official Overwatch League All-Star Game and name the best division in the league.

More details about the event, including tickets, custom games, and more will come at a later date. The Overwatch League All-Star Game will be streamed on Twitch, the league’s official website and app, and MLG.

In other recent Overwatch League news, tickets for the Grand Finals have sold out; over 20,000 tickets were sold. The event is being held at the Barclays Center in New York.

If you’re are feeling inspired by your favorite Overwatch League players, you can pick up the game on Amazon right now.


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