Overwatch League - All-Star Weekend

Event Dates:
August 10, 2018 through August 12, 2018

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Latest News
Read the latest news about players competing in Overwatch League - All-Star Weekend

Rounds out Atlantic Division starting roster
June 26, 2018
Gesture has joined the starting roster of the Atlantic Division for this year's All-Star Game, Blizzard announced.
ANALYSIS
After the Spitfire finish up their playoff run this July, Gesture will have the chance to come back and represent his team at the All-Star Game in August as the starting main tank. He'll be joined by ArK, Pine, JJoNak, Saebyeolble, and Carpe on the incredibly stacked starting roster for the Atlantic Division. The other 12 players that will make up the full roster will be announced in July.
Joins all-Korean starting roster for Atlantic Division
June 26, 2018
Carpe was voted to the starting roster of the Atlantic Division at this year's All-Star Game, Blizzard has revealed.
ANALYSIS
Good luck going up against this team, Pacific Division. Carpe, Gesture, and the Excelsior quartet of ArK, Pine, Saebyeolble, and JJoNak will make up the starting roster for the Atlantic Division All-Star team. Without even seeing the other 12 players that will join these six, we know that the Atlantic Division is surely going into the All-Star Game as heavy favorites.
Voted to starting roster of the Atlantic Division
June 26, 2018
ArK will continue his impressive season with a starting nod on the Atlantic Division's All-Star roster later this summer.
ANALYSIS
ArK was one of four Excelsior players voted to the starting roster of the Atlantic Division's All-Star team. He and JJoNak will reunite as the starting support duo, while Pine and Saebyeolble will be on DPS duties along with Carpe. Rounding out the roster is Gesture who will be the starting tank. This is one of the most stacked rosters we've seen and they are certainly the favorites to win the first All-Star Game in the OWL.
Takes his highlight reel plays to the All-Star Game
June 26, 2018
Pine will be on the starting roster for the Atlantic Division at this August's All-Star Game, Blizzard has announced.
ANALYSIS
With some of the biggest and most hyped plays of the entire season, Pine will look to make the All-Star Game another fun experience to close out the inaugural season of the Overwatch League. He should feel right at home with three of his Excelsior teammates (JJoNak, Saebyeolble, and ArK) also being named to the starting roster. The remaining 12 members of the Atlantic Division roster will be announced this July.
Gets starting nod for Atlantic Division
June 26, 2018
Saebyeolble has been voted to the starting roster of the Atlantic Division at this year's All-Star Game.
ANALYSIS
After being one of the best DPS players in the entire league during the regular season, Saebyeolble will look to lead his division to a win at the All-Star Game. He will be joined by Excelsior teammates JJoNak, Pine, and ArK, as well as Carpe and Gesture on this all-Korean starting roster. The Pacific Division will surely have its work cut out trying to go against this stacked Atlantic roster.
To start for Atlantic Division in All-Star Game
June 26, 2018
JJoNak will be one of the starting supports for the Atlantic Division at the first All-Star Game this summer, Blizzard has revealed.
ANALYSIS
After leading his team to the best record during the regular season, JJoNak will hope to lead his division to a win at the All-Star Game this August. He will have the benefit of playing with three of his Excelsior teammates on the starting roster. This unit will certainly be a formidable one and the odds-on favorite during this game.
Completes redemption tour at All-Star Game
June 26, 2018
Seagull will be part of the starting roster for the Pacific Division at the All-Star Game this summer, Blizzard has announced.
ANALYSIS
Through all the ups and downs this season with the Dallas Fuel, Seagull has been recognized for his contributions and will start for the Pacific Division at the All-Star Game. Despite looking like one of the worst teams through the first three stages, Seagull was a larger part of the team's resurgence and playoff appearance in Stage 4. He will take those talents into the All-Star Game as the Pacific Division will go for the first-ever All-Star title.
Joins Pacific Division All-Star roster
June 26, 2018
ryujehong will start for the Pacific Division during the inaugural All-Star Game this August.
ANALYSIS
After a solid season of individual play, ryujehong will get to flex on his competition one last time at this year's All-Star Game. While he usually plays support, he's no stranger to other roles, having been a jack-of-all-trades for Seoul this season. With this being the All-Star Game, after all, expect plenty of shenanigans from this one.
To start for Pacific Division during All-Star Game
June 26, 2018
Fleta has been named to the starting roster of the Pacific Division during this year's All-Star Game.
ANALYSIS
Despite falling off along with the rest of his team in the last half of the season, Fleta will get one last appearance this season at the All-Star Game. He will be joined by his Dynasty teammate ryujehong, along with Fissure, Geguri, Custa, and Seagull on the starting roster. They'll certainly have their work cut out against the Atlantic Division's starting roster that's comprised of four members of the New York Excelsior's starting roster.
Recognized as starter for Pacific Division
June 26, 2018
Geguri will be the starting off-tank for the Pacific Division at this year's All-Star game, Blizzard has announced.
ANALYSIS
Despite failing to help Shanghai win a single series all season, Geguri will get one last chance to show off her skills at the All-Star Game this August. This could finally be her shot at seeing what it feels like to win a series, but they'll have to get past an Atlantic Division All-Star roster that is filled with players from the New York Excelsior to do so.