Toronto Defiant vs. London Spitfire - FINAL


#1

Week 2 • Day 2


VS.

Toronto Defiant
 
London Spitfire
0-1 -2
 
1-1 +0
7-8 -4
 
10+6 +12


Map Schedule
Control • Ilios
Hybrid • Volskaya Industries
Assault • Hollywood
Escort • Watchpoint: Gibraltar
TB/Control • ???

Final Score

 
 
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3
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3
Victory!

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Summary of Changes in Stage 2
  • Stage 2 will play on patch 1.36.0.1 Anniversary/Workshop Release which is the current live version of the game.
  • The map pool has replaced two of the three maps from Stage 2 of each map type. Here’s the map pool for Stage 3:

Click here for overall 2019 Overwatch League Changes
  • The Atlanta Reign, Paris Eternal, Toronto Defiant, and Washington Justice will join the Atlantic Division.
  • The Chengdu Hunters, Guangzhou Charge, Hangzhou Spark, and Vancouver Titans will join the Pacific Division.
  • All teams will play a 28-match schedule this season, down from 40 from the 2018 season.
  • The All-Star Game and other skills competitions will be held between Stages 2 and 3.
  • Stage Finals will be held after Stages 1, 2, and 3. Eight teams will qualify, including the two division leaders in that stage, along with the next six teams in the stage standings regardless of division.
  • For the postseason, the two division winners along with the next best four teams by record, regardless of division, will automatically qualify. Two additional teams will qualify through a play-in tournament between the seventh- through 12th-place teams. Those final eight teams will compete for the league championship in a double-elimination bracket.
  • The prize pool for the 2019 season is $5 million, up from $3.5 million in 2018.
  • Stage Playoffs Prize Pool (for each of Stage 1, 2, and 3):
    •Winner gets $200K
    •Runner-up gets $100K
    •3rd and 4th place teams get $50K each
    •5th through 8th place teams get $25K each
  • Season Playoffs Prize Pool:
    •Champion gets $1.1M
    •Runner-up gets $600K
    •3rd place team gets $450K
    •4th place team gets $350K
    •5th and 6th place teams get $300K each
    •7th and 8th place teams get $200K each
  • The map pool for each stage has been expanded to 12 maps.
  • For more details see the official 2019 Competition Rules here.


Click here for Match Rules
  • Each Overwatch League Regular Season match will play a minimum 4 maps.
  • Maps to be played in each match are predetermined by the league and posted on the official schedule in advance.
  • After the fourth map, the team with the most map wins will be the winner of that match.
  • In the event of a tie, a fifth Control tiebreaker map will be played.
  • Scoring for the league season and stage is based on match record, followed by map record, followed by head-to-head map differential, followed by head-to-head match differtial. If a tie still persists a tiebreaker match will be played before the start of the stage or season playoffs.
  • Overwatch League matches plays with the following game mode options:
    •Competitive Play Ruleset
    •Killcam is off
  • •Default skins are used in the Player POV

For more details see the official 2019 Competition Rules here.


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Thank you for your cooperation and enjoy the match!




Paris Eternal vs. New York Excelsior - FINAL
#2

bruh can u add the part where twitch is under a ddos attack?


#3

you just added it yourself


#4

I’m guessing this will go London’s way, but it really could go either way.


#5

damn this is going to be hard for me to choose a team to support both are Commonwealth countries


#6

London Spitfire should win this…

In the meantime, I’m taking wagers on how long it’s gonna be before Twitch gets the gremlins in their system ironed out…


#7

I just noticed the Twitters have changed to Toronto Onto and London Ondon, classic


#8

I will observe that the string has been working for me now on mobile.


#9

let me guess… they are gonna use tanks and healers to fight against eachother. so we are gonna see the same 6 characters on each side, except in the first 30 seconds when they are trying to play a more diverse comp for blizzards sake.


#10

Neither of them are countries. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#11

Someone tell fury that Toronto would like to be able grav at some point


#12

All those gravs eaten by Fury, but not a single one swung the fight in London spitfire’s favour.


#13

Final Score

 
 
2<
0
3
2
1
1
1
4
3
3
Victory!

WATCH LIVE: TwitchOverwatch LeagueESPN3


#14