A look at Stay in the Light, from one-man studio Sunside Games. Designed specifically for NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics cards.
Stay in the Light – Indie Horror Powered by Ray-Tracing
198X is endearing, and how it presents a compilation of sorts of an era is something that leaves a positive if not lasting impression.
198X Review - Coming of Age in the Arcade Era
We sit down with Blizzard to discuss the creation of its visually striking new zones – Nazjatar and Mechagon.
From Concept to Screen – World of Warcraft's Rise of Azshara
Techland's next parkour leap into Dying Light takes 'post-apocalyptia' to a new level as we explore...
Dying Light 2 - Renaissance Mad Max
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:18pm 06/07/18 | 0 Comments
And the two are connected thanks to Aussie superstar Scott "Custa" Kennedy making both rosters. After making into the global top eight last year, Australia will once again be looking to compete at the Overwatch World Cup finals at BlizzCon later this year. The new look team only includes one returning player, with the rest made up of new and familiar faces.

Team Australia is set to make its debut at the Group Stage competition being held in Bangkok, with the following line-up.

  • Ashley “Trill” Powell, Main Tank
  • Leyton “Punk” Gilchrist, Flex Tank
  • Huseyin “Hus” Sahin, Hitscan
  • Felix “Ckm” Murray, Flex DPS
  • James “Yuki” Stanton, Flex DPS
  • Dario “Akraken” Falcao-Rassokha, Aim Support
  • Scott “Custa” Kennedy, Main Support

The Group Stage kicks off September 14-16 where Team Australia will face off against China, Denmark, Thailand, Spain and Sweden. Where the top two countries from will advance to the Overwatch World Cup Finals at BlizzCon.

Our chances of making it through again are pretty good, no thanks due to the inclusion of Overwatch League All-Star Game pick Scott “Custa” Kennedy, who has been picked for the Pacific Division team.

  • Seong-Hyun “Jjonak” Bang, New York Excelsior, Support
  • Jong-Ryeol “Saebyeolbe” Park, New York Excelsior, Offense
  • Do-Hyeon “Pine” Kim, New York Excelsior, Flex
  • Yeon-Jun “Ark” Hong, New York Excelsior, Support
  • Jae-Hyeok “Carpe” Lee, Philadelphia Fusion, Offense
  • Jae-Hui “Gesture” Hong, London Spitfire, Tank

  • Chan-Hyung “Fissure” Baek, Los Angeles Gladiators, Tank
  • Scott “Custa” Kennedy, Los Angeles Valiant, Support
  • Seyeon “Geguri” Kim, Shanghai Dragons, Tank
  • Byung-Sun “Fleta” Kim, Seoul Dynasty, Offense
  • Je-Hong “Ryujehong” Ryu, Seoul Dynasty, Flex
  • Brandon “Seagull” Larned, Dallas Fuel, Flex

Additional players will be selected via coaches, players, and other staff and be announced in the coming weeks. The Overwatch League All-Star Game will take place at Blizzard Arena Los Angeles on August 27.

overwatch leagueoverwatchoverwatch world cup2018australiaesports

Latest Comments
No comments currently exist. Be the first to comment!
Commenting has been locked for this item.