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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:13pm 06/02/18 | 1 Comments
On Sunday February 11 to be exact. Well, to be more exact from 12:00pm AEDT. The Stage Finals, and this will be the first for the Overwatch League, will see the top three standing teams go head-to-head for their share in a $125,000 USD bonus. Plus, the title of Stage 1 winner.

Stage Finals take the form of a seeded playoff where the second- and third-place teams face each other first, the winner of which will take on the top-seeded team in the title match. All matches will be best-of-five, and the higher seed will be the home team for each match. Per the Overwatch League Official Rules, title match results will not count toward overall season playoff seeding or tiebreaker scenarios.


Watch live video from OverwatchLeague on www.twitch.tv


Times: Sunday, 11 February AEDT/NZDT. Semi-finals (2nd place team vs. 3rd place team): 12:00pm AEDT/2:00pm NZDT; semi-finals winner faces 1st ranked team at approximately 2:00pm AEDT/4:00pm NZDT.

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Raven
Posted 07:49pm 06/2/18
There's definitely some big games coming up this week:

Friday morning our time we get Shanghai Dragons vs Dallas Fuel, so we'll see if Shanghai can get through the season getting at least one win on the board.
Then, New York are currently 2nd on the ladder, 7 wins to 1 loss, and are playing Florida on Friday morning - who are second bottom 1 for 7.
London, 1st, play Houston, 4th, immediately after that game.

THEN, on Monday morning, it's the current 1v2 - London vs New York.

There's a potential possibility that London, New York or possibly even Seoul could have to play three games all on Sunday (Monday) nearly back-to-back.
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