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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:05pm 24/07/17 | 4 Comments
Competitive Overwatch came to Australia in a big way this past weekend with the Overwatch World Cup Group Stage in Sydney. As part of the action Australia came out swinging with dominant victories against both Italy and Portugal, winning both match-ups 4-0. Ajay ‘Aetar’ Umasankar, Jason ‘ieatuup’ Ho, Marcus ‘Kiki’ Jacob, Ashley ‘Trill’ Powell, Jordan ‘Gunba’ Graham, and Andrew ‘Rqt’ Haws are on their way to the Overwatch World Cup Finals at BlizzCon 2017.

They join Sweden who became the highest ranked team participating at the Overwatch World Cup Group Stage, beating Australia in their match-up 3-1. The decider for Australia came down to its match-up against Japan, with the action going down to the wire and our team coming out on top 3-2.

Exciting stuff, and you can watch the nail-biting Australia v Japan below.

Watch live video from PlayOverwatch on www.twitch.tv


The Overwatch World Cup Finals will take place at BlizzCon in Anaheim, California in November. Australia joins the first four teams to qualify which includes: France, China, and Sweden.



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Steve Farrelly
Posted 04:12pm 25/7/17
They also rounded out the win with "Aussie, Aussie, Aussie" chants.

Stay classy, 'Straya
Vash
Posted 06:00pm 25/7/17
Shame the prize money is pathetically low.
Spook
Posted 07:03pm 25/7/17
wow, that was my first watching of an esports event.

pretty professional style coverage (even if it made me feel weird)
Kharak
Posted 07:25am 26/7/17
I watched it on 7mate on sunday morning for the sake of watching esports on free to air lol. They cut the coverage off at the start of the last round which was a bit awkward.
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