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As per yesterday's streaming partnership news for the Overwatch League with Twitch comes the official kick-off of the first season with 12 teams representing major cities in Asia, Europe, and North America. Already off to a good start, viewer numbers for today's matches have so far been sitting around the 300,000 mark.

And with all games taking place at Blizzard Arena Los Angeles, it's definitely one of the most impressive esports presentations we've seen for regular season play.

You can check out the action, which is streaming live right now, below.

Watch live video from OverwatchLeague on www.twitch.tv


Viewers can also tune in MLG.com and the MLG app (on iOS and Android), OverwatchLeague.com, and the Overwatch League companion app (for iOS and Android). Blizzard fans will also have easy access to the Overwatch League’s web presence via a new Overwatch League tab in the Blizzard Battle.net Desktop App.

The first season of the Overwatch League will run from today until June, with playoffs and finals happening the following month in July. Matches will bep layed each Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday AEDT - so be sure to check out the official site for full schedule info.



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