South Korea wins third-straight Overwatch World Cup

The UK comes in fourth behind China and Canada.

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South Korea once again proved that they're the best of the best when it comes to Overwatch, with the country registering its third straight win at the Overwatch World Cup.

The team, which hasn't lost a single series in each of its three wins, pushed past the UK with a 2-0 win in the semi-finals, before dismantling China 4-0 in the final. Support Bang "JJoNaK" Sung-hyeon was voted by fans as overall tournament MVP.

The UK team, which managed to tie a couple of rounds against the dominant South Koreans, came fourth overall after they were defeated 4-3 by last year's runner-up, Canada, who lost their semi against China.

In other Overwatch news, this weekend at BlizzCon the game's newest hero, Ashe, was revealed.

Photo: Blizzard

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