All you need to know Overwatch 2020 League and Grand Finals

The Overwatch League All-Stars are back for the 2020 season!

Overwatch League 2020 Grand Finals set to take place on October 10, 2020, the Overwatch League has officially announced their full rosters for not one, but two All Stars weekend. That too between Asia and North America.

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It is different format this time around—no Pacific vs Atlantic rivalry, but you’ll still get to see Asia and North America’s best in action.

The OWL 2020 All-Stars will take place across two weekends.

A total of US $225,000 is up for grabs during All-Stars. The prizing for All-Stars Asia is higher because there are more players participating in that region.

Events that are happening at OWL 2020 All-Stars

It’s also a great watch, with fun little challenges breaking up the serious battles. You’ll be able to catch your favourite OWL players doing these events at All-Stars 2020: EVENT
All-Star Game winner
Widowmaker IVI winner
Widowmaker IVI runner-up
Winston Skill Challenge winner
Genji Skill Challenge winner
Ana Skill Challenge winner
Who is Meta? winner

All-Star Game: Coaches draft two teams of six to play a three-map set, with different quirks for each game, like picking for the opponents or messing around in the Workshop.

Widowmaker 1v1: first to five eliminations. Headshots only.

Talent Takedown: two teams of casters will take each other on to decide who the best talent is.

Winston Skills Challenge (Asia only): be the first Winston to knock a neutral Wrecking Ball into the Ilios Well, scoring points for every successful time.

Genji Skills Challenge (Asia only): dust off the Dragon Blades, because it’s time to have a good old “1v1 me” with Genji.

Ana Skills Challenge (Asia only): more 1v1 action, this time featuring Ana. Hopefully the players’ sleeps are on point.

Who is Meta? (Asia only): 8-person hero gauntlet deathmatch, where players cycle through 22 heroes, swapping once they get an elimination.

When Is It

Saturday, September 26
1-7 a.m. PT
4-10 p.m. CST
5-11 p.m. KST
Saturday, October 3
124 p.m. PT
3-7 a.m. CST (+1)
4-8 a.m. KST (+1)

On September 26 starting at 1am PT, the action will be descending onto Asia. Then, the following weekend on October 3, North America’s best will duke it out starting at 12pm PT.

42 players all up were selected for the Overwatch League 2020 All-Stars ⁠— 24 in Asia, and 18 in North America. Asia’s All-Stars also features players who played in the North American division but have since moved back home to Korea.

Here are some of the players of the all start leagues:

OWL North America All-Stars 2020 players

· Matthew ‘Super’ DeLisi (San Francisco Shock)

· Indy ‘SPACE’ Halpern (Los Angeles Gladiators)

· Benjamin ‘BenBest’ Dieulafait (Paris Eternal)

· Caleb ‘McGravy’ McGarvey (Los Angeles Valiant)

· João Pedro ‘Hydration’ Goes Telles (Houston Outlaws)

· Andreas ‘Nevix’ Karlsson (Toronto Defiant)

· Gael ‘Poko’ Gouzerch (Philadelphia Fusion)

· Niclas ‘sHockWave’ Jensen (Vancouver Titans)

· Terence ‘SoOn’ Trailer (Paris Eternal)

· Kai ‘KSP’ Collins (Los Angeles Valiant)

OWL Asia All-Stars 2020 players

· Choi ‘Choihyobin’ Hyo-bin (San Francisco Shock)

· Lee ‘Fearless’ Eui-seok (Shanghai Dragons)

· Ding ‘Ameng’ Menghan (Chengdu Hunters)

· Kang ‘Void’ Jun-woo (Shanghai Dragons)

· Kim ‘Mano’ Dong-gyu (New York Excelsior)

· Choi ‘Hanbin’ Han-bin (Paris Eternal)

· Xu ‘Guxue’ Qiulin (Hangzhou Spark)

· Nam ‘Cr0ng’ Ki-cheol (Guangzhou Charge)

· Kim ‘Fleta’ Byung-sun (Shanghai Dragons)

· Jang ‘Decay’ Gui-un (Washington Justice)