"The opportunity to play Overwatch anywhere, without having to be anchored to a chair or the sofa in your living room, is priceless."
"Overwatch is, without a doubt, the best multiplayer-shooter I've ever had my hands on."
The star players on the team will be back for the 2021 season.
The franchise will be massively rebuilding with only one player currently on the team.
With rosterpocalypse in full swing, New York will be looking for new talent.
The team had a less than pleasing season but are looking to bring back some veterans for next year.
The young star, who won the Rookie-of-the-Year award for his performance in the 2019 season will be leaving competitive Overwatch.
The team alumni will be further moving up the ranks, as he now takes the franchise by the horns.
The team has dropped almost the entirety of its roster, with several former players leaving competitive Overwatch altogether.
Tune in to Contenders on its website to be in for a chance at getting some Contenders hero skins dropped into your account.
After a season with serious restructures, the team are heading in the same direction for the next year.
The DPS player will be moving to Valorant under the new tag of Spyder
As part of the upcoming rostermania, another veteran is on the block.
Bringing back Junkenstein's Revenge, the event is sporting a whole variety of brand-new skins.
With Playoffs peaking at an astounding 375,000 viewers, Grand Finals seemed to have dropped the ball entirely.
The team have become back-to-back champions.
The San Francisco Shock and Shanghai Dragons move to the Winner's Bracket.