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Where they put an end to Boston Uprising’s impressive 15 game winning streak at Blizzard Arena Los Angeles, with an 3-0-1 victory in the Stage 3 Final. For New York, this is their second Stage championship netting the team another $100,000 USD bonus.

After the match, New York Excelsior player Jong-yeol "Saebyeolbe" Park cheekily announced to the packed crowd at Blizzard Arena Los Angeles "I’m the best Tracer in the world!”. Which is hard to argue with.

New York earned a quick 2-0 lead in the match before Boston provided a counter-attack with an exciting and definitely hard-fought draw on Volskaya. But in the fourth game, Excelsior took charge with a decisive victory on Numbani.

OWL teams are now on a short break until May 17 AEST which is when Stage 4 will kick-off. Stage 4 will see all teams start anew whilst also marking the addition of Brigitte into the hero pool. Stage 4 will also set the table for the first Overwatch League post-season playoffs which begins on July 12.

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