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Philadelphia Fusion vs Boston Uprising: Esports Betting Analysis @ Overwatch League Season 1

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Introduction

The Overwatch league is a push into establishing a structured esports league for Overwatch. Blizzard first announced the Overwatch League at Blizzcon 2016 and followed it up with almost a year of planning. The gap left in Overwatch esports during this time left a lot of dismayed fans. But the community’s response to the Opening day of Overwatch League has been nothing short of impressive. With over 400,000 fans tuning into Twitch for the first day, one can definitely call the League a success.

The Overwatch League consists of twelve teams in its first season. Slated for expansion in subsequent seasons, the League bears a strong tilt towards North American teams. There are nine teams from North America, One from Europe, One from South Korea and finally a Chinese team from Shanghai to finish the lineup. Each team is allowed a maximum of twelve players, with teams being allowed to substitute players after each map. The Overwatch League has seen investments from several non-endemic to esports investors such as the Kroenke family, Robert Kraft, Hersh Interactive amongst others. At the same time, we have some well-known esports organizations involved in the regular handling of the teams. EnVyUs, Misfits, Immortals, and Cloud9 are some of the most well-known esports organizations with rosters in multiple titles.

We are now in the Season 1 playoffs for the Overwatch league. There are only six teams remaining and they will compete against each other starting on July 11th. The six teams are Boston Uprising, London Spitfire, New York Excelsior, Philadelphia Fusion, Los angeles Valiant and Los Angeles Gladiators. These six teams will play in several match series. Each series comprises of multiple maps as we decide which team is the best.

You can check out more information on the official website at Overwatchleague.com.

Format

Credit to Liquipedia

Regular Season – January 10th – June 16th, 2018

  • Matches in the Atlantic and Pacific Divisions will play out live from the Blizzard Arena each Wednesday through Saturday. Though the season is divided into four stages, wins and losses will count towards teams’ full-season records and all-important seeding for the postseason. On the last Saturday of each stage, the top teams will compete for hefty bonuses and the title of stage winner.
    • Stage 1 – January 10th – February 10th, 2018 [2]
    • Stage 2 – February 21st – March 24th, 2018
    • Stage 3 – April 4th – May 5th, 2018
    • Stage 4 – May 16th – June 16th, 2018
  • All matches in the Regular Season will consist of four-map sets
  • Each Stage of the Regular Season will have its own 8 map pool.
  • The top team in each Division, and the next top 4 finishers from the entire league, advance to the Championship Playoffs in July.

Philadelphia Fusion vs Boston Uprising

 

Philadelphia Fusion

Philadelphia Fusion Roster:

  • Carpe
  • EQO
  • Shadowburn
  • Snillo
  • Hotba
  • Poko
  • Fragi
  • Sado
  • Boombox
  • Dayfly
  • Joemeister
  • Neptuno

Philadelphia Fusion is owned by Comcast Spectacor and is the only team representing Philadelphia in the Overwatch League. Comcast Spectacor has hundreds of stadiums all over North America and Europe and is a well-known organization. This is their entry into the world of esports and it seems their investments are already paying dividends.

The Philadelphia Fusion roster has multiple DPS players, each capable of holding his own amongst the more famous stars. Players such as Carpe, Shadowburn dominated the Overwatch League Season 1. Having a Tracer layer who can land really difficult pulse bombs with alarming consistency is a big boost for the team. However, it is the new additions to the DPS role in the form of Snillo and EQO which really strengthened the team’s core. These two new and very young players have a very high skill ceiling. EQO is able to charge his ultimate very fast, much faster than other Genjis in the Overwatch League. This is a testament to the amount of damage he does even without his ultimate. Snillo might not have been the focus of the casters as much, but he has managed to hold his own amongst all the players.

The tank lineup for Philadelphia Fusion is made up of Fragi as their main tank. Fragi is an extremely aggressive tank player, one who is often caught up in wrong positions because of his movement. However, that was also partially due to the meta at the time. The current meta heavily favors his favorite heroes and his playstyle. Fragi has already proven himself repeatedly in the past and there is no doubt that he will come up strong in the playoffs

Boston Uprising

Boston Uprising Roster:

  • Striker
  • Mistakes
  • Note
  • Kalios
  • Gamsu
  • Snow
  • Kellex
  • Neko
  • Avast
  • AimGod

The Boston Uprising owner, Robert Kraft was one of the first names to be associated with the Overwatch league. They quickly hired Huks as their ‘President of Gaming’. He has definitely done a fantastic job of it as the team is now qualified for the playoffs.

It is important to understand that there were no expectations of this team at the start of the Overwatch League. The lack of any big names and absence of results for players on their former teams did not inspire confidence. But the players were able to adapt themselves and under some really great coaching, the Boston Uprising quickly rose to prominence. A big part of this is due to their Korean tank, Gamsu who has been instrumental in helping the team advance and put up great performances.

Despite suffering a setback when Dreamkazper was removed from the team mid-season, the Boston team has stood up to the test of time. More recently they suffered the setback of a huge change in the meta. The Boston Uprising team has Striker, who has remained at the top of the DPS names no matter the meta. His personal performance has seemingly improved, although he is definitely reaching for the very top. Striker has a good sense of his surroundings. While his aim is godlike, his movement and positioning on the map is what enables him to create space for himself. He is a self-sufficient player and can change the outcomes of team fights on his own.

Gamsu cements the team together with his strong yet reliable tank gameplay. Gamsu also has been the player who strings together the various personalities on the team together. In the short period of time during Stage 2, when Gamsu was back in Korea; there were news reports of Boston Uprising potentially splitting up and trading players to other teams. But once Gamsu came back on the roster, the team went back to winning ways and they had great chemistry overall.

Prediction:

The Philadelphia Fusion is slightly better positioned to take this matchup, simply because of the current meta. Fragi might have been a burden for Philadelphia Fusion during the early stages of OWL, however, the current meta heavily favors his playstyle. Along with Fragi, Carpe remains the X Factor on the team and his godlike Hanzo and Widowmaker are what can turn the tides for the teams.

Boston Uprising is synonymous with the Dive meta. With the current meta heavily punishing Dive teams, Boston is going to have a hard time in their matches. We recommend a bet on Philadelphia Fusion for this match.

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Introduction

The Overwatch league is a push into establishing a structured esports league for Overwatch. Blizzard first announced the Overwatch League at Blizzcon 2016 and followed it up with almost a year of planning. The gap left in Overwatch esports during this time left a lot of dismayed fans. But the community’s response to the Opening day of Overwatch League has been nothing short of impressive. With over 400,000 fans tuning into Twitch for the first day, one can definitely call the League a success.

The Overwatch League consists of twelve teams in its first season. Slated for expansion in subsequent seasons, the League bears a strong tilt towards North American teams. There are nine teams from North America, One from Europe, One from South Korea and finally a Chinese team from Shanghai to finish the lineup. Each team is allowed a maximum of twelve players, with teams being allowed to substitute players after each map. The Overwatch League has seen investments from several non-endemic to esports investors such as the Kroenke family, Robert Kraft, Hersh Interactive amongst others. At the same time, we have some well-known esports organizations involved in the regular handling of the teams. EnVyUs, Misfits, Immortals, and Cloud9 are some of the most well-known esports organizations with rosters in multiple titles.

The Overwatch League started on January 10th, 2018 and will continue through August 2018. The league comprises four stages, each stage having five weeks of matches. The top three of each stage will receive prize money, along with show matches on the last Saturday of each stage. These so-called ‘title matches’ will be held on the last Saturday of each stage and feature the best players fighting for a prize money.

New York Excelsior won Stage 3 Playoffs and are comfortably leading the overall leaderboards for the League. We saw Boston Uprising end Stage 3 with a perfect 10-0 score. However, they fell in the finals to NYXL, in what is definitely going to be sore thought for the team. As we head into stage 4 we will see the teams slowly develop and the final placements for Season 1 playoffs take shape.

Stage 4 is going to be really interesting with the introduction of Brigitte in the meta. We will not see the new Hanzo in order to maintain balance in the game. However, this stage also is the final stage of Season 1. It will finally decide which teams qualify to the Season 1 playoffs.

You can check out more information on the official website at Overwatchleague.com.

Format

Credit to Liquipedia

Regular Season – January 10th – June 16th, 2018

  • Matches in the Atlantic and Pacific Divisions will play out live from the Blizzard Arena each Wednesday through Saturday. Though the season is divided into four stages, wins and losses will count towards teams’ full-season records and all-important seeding for the postseason. On the last Saturday of each stage, the top teams will compete for hefty bonuses and the title of stage winner.
    • Stage 1 – January 10th – February 10th, 2018 [2]
    • Stage 2 – February 21st – March 24th, 2018
    • Stage 3 – April 4th – May 5th, 2018
    • Stage 4 – May 16th – June 16th, 2018
  • All matches in the Regular Season will consist of four-map sets
  • Each Stage of the Regular Season will have its own 8 map pool.
  • The top team in each Division, and the next top 4 finishers from the entire league, advance to the Championship Playoffs in July.

London Spitfire vs Boston Uprising

London Spitfire

London Spitfire roster:

  • Birdring
  • Profit
  • Fury
  • Gesture
  • Closer
  • Nus
  • Bdosin

The London Spitfire is the only European team in Season 1 of Overwatch League. The London Franchise is owned by Jack Etienne of Cloud9. They have a great presence in a variety of esports titles including Dota 2, CSGO and several others. They were ridiculed for having a fully Korean roster, one that did not go down well with the fans.

The London Spitfire roster started off the season on a very strong note with the win during Stage 1 finals. It was truly a great performance as the Stage 1 playoff finals. The London team of Stage 1 was abysmally strong. Their bench would have been fit to form another OWL team as well. However, they did let go of some players such as Rascal, Fissure etc. With Stage 4 start, they also announced more changes and have only 6 members active on their roster for now.

The two DPS players on the team really need no introduction. Birdring and Profit have been the best players in the League early on and their variety of DPS heroes definitely puts them as the hot favorites in the League. Birdring might not be the best DPS in the OWL, but his ability to match the best Widowmakers in the League is what makes him special. He has an uncanny synergy with Gesture and together the two of them are able to perform at a very high level. The team is best suited for the Dive composition and it is evident from the way the team plays around each other. But with the latest meta not suiting dive, we will witness some different playstyle from the London team. Sadly the London team is not suited to changing their playstyle by a lot.

Profit is usually the player who plays the off-meta heroes. So whenever a new hero is introduced we see Profit playing the hero. We have seen him on Sombra, Doomfist, Junkrat and most recently Brigitte. The ability of the player to adapt is unmatched on the roster and he has a lot of fans as well.

In the original London Spitfire roster, Gesture was probably not the best tank player. It was hands down Fissure just based on his experience and his individual skill level. But as London Spitfire decided to trim their roster, it was evident that London Spitfire lost a big part of their team. Gesture is a very strong player in his own individual right. We can see how the tank player synergizes with the rest of the team. For many, Gesture is the crucial link between the tanks and the support players on the roster. However, he also displays a very high level of individual skill and talent. His Winston and Orisa are probably the best amongst all the tank players in the League right now.

Gesture of London Spitfire

The London Spitfire supports are nothing much to speak about. But they can definitely hold their own amongst the top players in the League. Nus and Closer have decent synergy with each other, but we have also seen some lackluster ultimate usage amongst the two of them.

Overall the London Spitfire team is decently structured and have the potential to reach the best team moniker. However, their performance has dwindled ever since there have been changes to their roster.

Boston Uprising

Boston Uprising roster:

  • Striker
  • Mistakes
  • Note
  • Kalios
  • Gamsu
  • Snow
  • Kellex
  • Neko
  • Avast
  • AimGod

The Boston Uprising was one of the first entrants into the Overwatch League. Robert Kraft’s proximity with high personnel in Blizzard entertainment convinced him to invest into esports. Of course the Boston uprising roster is probably not the most famous roster in the League when it was first announced.

The Boston Uprising roster was made up by huge inputs from their ‘President of Gaming’ Huks. He has been around in the scene for a long time and has a very good understanding of the scene. His experience in scouting new talent and getting them to be a part of the team is invaluable.

Striker has been the most important part of the team as he single handedly enabled the 10-0 move for Boston Uprising during Stage 3. The DPS player has been able to play amazingly well with the tank lineup including Gamsu on the team. The coordination between the main tank and the DPS player is what holds the team together. They have been exceptionally well playing the Dive meta in the first half of the OWL Season 1. However, in Stage 4, they look extremely weak. The Boston uprising practiced dive meta in order to ensure great team coordination. At that time, Dive meta was the most effective type of gameplay. However, with Brigitte in the new meta, Boston Uprising simply have not had the same effect.

Gamsu forms the most crucial aspect of the team. His role on the roster is not limited to just that of the Main tank role. He also puts together some really impressive and coordinated strategies for the team. We all saw how Boston Uprising looked woefully inadequate when Gamsu was in Korea and not playing on the roster. There were even rumors of players leaving the team during this period.

There is still time in Stage 4 and Boston Uprising needs to figure out their best playstyle. The dive meta simply does not work anymore and they have to adjust to the new meta.

Prediction:

This match is going to be extremely close as both the teams have fallen off their best form. London Spitfire was definitely the best team in the League for quite some time. However, the loss of their coach definitely affected their gameplay and their coordination. With the recent roster changes making several of their players inactive, the London Spitfire Roster is very limited right now. The lack of substitutes and potential new strategies is definitely going to affect London Spitfire. Their current performance in Stage 4 is really bad and they barely managed to scrape past SF Shock.

The London Spitfire roster has looked extremely weak since the start of Stage 3. We don’t know what has affected the team in such a manner, but the latest Stage 4 meta definitely has not helped matters either. The London Spitfire team remains a high skill ceiling and high potential team. But as we look at the team and their results, they are disappointing to say the least. We recommend a low bet on Boston Uprising for this match.

 

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Introduction

The Overwatch league is a push into establishing a structured esports league for Overwatch. Blizzard first announced the Overwatch League at Blizzcon 2016 and followed it up with almost a year of planning. The gap left in Overwatch esports during this time left a lot of dismayed fans. But the community’s response to the Opening day of Overwatch League has been nothing short of impressive. With over 400,000 fans tuning into Twitch for the first day, one can definitely call the League a success.

The Overwatch League consists of twelve teams in its first season. Slated for expansion in subsequent seasons, the League bears a strong tilt towards North American teams. There are nine teams from North America, One from Europe, One from South Korea and finally a Chinese team from Shanghai to finish the lineup. Each team is allowed a maximum of twelve players, with teams being allowed to substitute players after each map. The Overwatch League has seen investments from several non-endemic to esports investors such as the Kroenke family, Robert Kraft, Hersh Interactive amongst others. At the same time, we have some well-known esports organizations involved in the regular handling of the teams. EnVyUs, Misfits, Immortals, and Cloud9 are some of the most well-known esports organizations with rosters in multiple titles.

The Overwatch League started on January 10th, 2018 and will continue through August 2018. The league comprises four stages, each stage having five weeks of matches. The top three of each stage will receive prize money, along with show matches on the last Saturday of each stage. These so-called ‘title matches’ will be held on the last Saturday of each stage and feature the best players fighting for a prize money.

New York Excelsior won Stage 3 Playoffs and are comfortably leading the overall leaderboards for the League. We saw Boston Uprising end Stage 3 with a perfect 10-0 score. However, they fell in the finals to NYXL, in what is definitely going to be sore thought for the team. As we head into stage 4 we will see the teams slowly develop and the final placements for Season 1 playoffs take shape.

Stage 4 is going to be really interesting with the introduction of Brigitte in the meta. We will not see the new Hanzo in order to maintain balance in the game. However, this stage also is the final stage of Season 1. It will finally decide which teams qualify to the Season 1 playoffs.

You can check out more information on the official website at Overwatchleague.com.

Format

Credit to Liquipedia

Regular Season – January 10th – June 16th, 2018

  • Matches in the Atlantic and Pacific Divisions will play out live from the Blizzard Arena each Wednesday through Saturday. Though the season is divided into four stages, wins and losses will count towards teams’ full-season records and all-important seeding for the postseason. On the last Saturday of each stage, the top teams will compete for hefty bonuses and the title of stage winner.
    • Stage 1 – January 10th – February 10th, 2018 [2]
    • Stage 2 – February 21st – March 24th, 2018
    • Stage 3 – April 4th – May 5th, 2018
    • Stage 4 – May 16th – June 16th, 2018
  • All matches in the Regular Season will consist of four-map sets
  • Each Stage of the Regular Season will have its own 8 map pool.
  • The top team in each Division, and the next top 4 finishers from the entire league, advance to the Championship Playoffs in July.

Boston Uprising vs Houston Outlaws

Boston Uprising


Boston Uprising Roster:

  • Striker
  • Mistakes
  • Note
  • Kalios
  • Gamsu
  • Snow
  • Kellex
  • Neko
  • Avast
  • AimGod

The Boston Uprising team is one of the first teams to be associated with the Overwatch League. Well, the players were not associated in the beginning, but Robert Kraft’s name has always been floated around in addition to the Overwatch League. The Boston Uprising roster has been built with the help of their President of Gaming, Huks. He has helped transform the team into what it is today from relatively unknown players to the team that was the first to finish a stage undefeated.

Boston Uprising is owned by Robert Kraft who is also otherwise well-known for his investments in New England Patriots as well as various other American sports teams. The Kraft Family has been supportive of the Overwatch League and is one of the founding members of the League.

The team sees their focus being coordination and a great synergy has developed between the Boston Players. The frontline is impressive despite the loss of Dreamkazper who was released of his contract due to some unethical allegations. The frontline for Boston remains Striker who is impressive despite the changes to the meta in Stage 4. In addition to Striker they also have Mistakes who has to show a proclivity to play a variety of different heroes on the roster. He has played Genji, Pharah as well as Sombra and Junkrat for the team. With Striker being permanently on the Tracer or in some cases the Hitscan role on the team, lots fall on Mistakes shoulders who has to ensure the versatility in the roster.

The tank lineup forms the core of the Boston Uprising synergy. Note, Kalios have been intermittently playing on the roster for quite some time. But the only constant in the team and in their practice sessions has been Gamsu. The veteran player has been a constant source of synergy as well as inspiration to the team. We saw a huge dip in their performance mid-Stage 2 when Gamsu was unavailable on the roster. There were also rumors about a potential split in the team and some players being possibly signed on to other teams.

But when Gamsu returned, the Boston Uprising managed an undefeated streak. They are the only team in the Overwatch League to ensure a 10-0 Stage performance. The tanks synergy with the frontline DPS has been the reason why Boston has such a well-coordinated ‘dive’ strategy. While they have since deviated from the Dive meta a bit, it remains their bread and butter when nothing else works.

Boston has Five different support players. While none of them are flashy such as  Jjonak or a Pistol Neptuno Mercy, they are extremely stable and have a steady performance. This is essential to note since many of their performances get drowned in the flashy DPS and tank playstyle. The Boston Uprising roster has all the ingredients necessary for a successful performance. How they develop their tactics and strategy for Stage 4 is yet to be seen.

Houston Outlaws

Houston Outlaws Roster:

  • Clockwork
  • Linkzr
  • Jake
  • Mendokusaii
  • Coolmatt
  • Spree
  • Muma
  • Boink
  • Bani
  • Rawkus
  • FCTFCTN
  • ArHan

The Houston Outlaws is owned by Hector Rodriguez, Chairman, and Owner of Optic Gaming. The experience in traditional esports gaming as well as the ability to ensure a strong NA based roster makes Houston one of the fan favorites in the Overwatch league. For the longest period of time, Houston was the only team without a Korean player. However, the past meta favored Tracer immensely which is where Houston was put at a disadvantage. So they brought on Arhan, one of the most famous Korean DPS players onto the roster.

The Houston Outlaws was one of the teams to reach the playoffs in Stage 1 of the Overwatch League. The Houston Outlaws performance has definitely seen drastic changes in the League so far. But as we head into the final stage of the Overwatch LEague, the meta has seen significant changes.

Linkzr’s Widowmaker is going to be lethal on Ilios

Houston has a list of DPS players on their team. In fact, they have a total of five DPS players on the roster. Clockwork, Mendokusaii, Linkzr, Jake as well as Arhan are some of the most flashy names in the League. Linkzr has been the most consistent performers in the Overwatch League so far. His ability to counter enemy Widowmakers makes him a very unique player in the League. He can also play several other heroes such as Tracer, Genji and is one of the few players to boast so many heroes to his name.

The other DPS player on the roster might change due to the new meta. We have traditionally seen Jake on the starting roster, but that has been due to first Junkrat and later Tracer. In the new meta we are seeing a variety of heroes being played. This includes heroes such as Widowmaker, Genji as well as Hitscan heroes at times. The new meta does not favor a dive composition and that was the biggest weakness for Houston.

Mendokusaii , Arhan have not seen much, if any playtime. We might finally see the players in action during Stage 4. Houston Outlaws’ diversity in their DPS lineup is definitely going to give them a big advantage.

The tanks on the lineup used to be a big weakness for the roster since their inability to ensure tank versatility resulted in a good prediction of the Houston roster. But with the new meta favoring Zarya as a tank to a large extent, we will finally be able to see Spree in action. Spree is one of the few strong Zarya players in the League and he can finally showcase his talent on a hero he is comfortable with. They still lack the versatility of changing the composition depending on the enemy lineup, but with time we are seeing significant improvements in the interchangeability of the tanks.

Prediction:

The biggest factor in this match will be the new Stage 4 meta. Dive compositions no longer work with as much effect as they used to. This brings a big advantage for Houston Outlaws as they enter Stage 4. They had a very strong win against London Spitfire, which is no ordinary feat. The new meta allows Houston Outlaws to perform to the best of their ability as well as ensure a variety of tactics. With Widowmaker, as well as Zarya, being strong in the current meta, we will see a lot more of Linkzr and Spree on these heroes.

Boston Uprising, on the other hand, will have the exact opposite effect as a team. They have been relying on the Dive meta for a long time and the absence of the Dive meta will put the team at a disadvantage. Their loss to Philadelphia Fusion today is just a precursor for the poor performance on the team.

Finally, we expect Houston to be extremely strong in this match and potentially get a 4-0 win yet again.

 

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Introduction

The Overwatch league is a push into establishing a structured esports league for Overwatch. Blizzard first announced the Overwatch League at Blizzcon 2016 and followed it up with almost a year of planning. The gap left in Overwatch esports during this time left a lot of dismayed fans. But the community’s response to the Opening day of Overwatch League has been nothing short of impressive. With over 400,000 fans tuning into Twitch for the first day, one can definitely call the League a success.

The Overwatch League consists of twelve teams in its first season. Slated for expansion in subsequent seasons, the League bears a strong tilt towards North American teams. There are nine teams from North America, One from Europe, One from South Korea and finally a Chinese team from Shanghai to finish the lineup. Each team is allowed a maximum of twelve players, with teams being allowed to substitute players after each map. The Overwatch League has seen investments from several non-endemic to esports investors such as the Kroenke family, Robert Kraft, Hersh Interactive amongst others. At the same time, we have some well-known esports organizations involved in the regular handling of the teams. EnVyUs, Misfits, Immortals, and Cloud9 are some of the most well-known esports organizations with rosters in multiple titles.

The Overwatch League started on January 10th, 2018 and will continue through August 2018. The league comprises four stages, each stage having five weeks of matches. The top three of each stage will receive prize money, along with show matches on the last Saturday of each stage. These so-called ‘title matches’ will be held on the last Saturday of each stage and feature the best players fighting for a prize money.

New York Excelsior won Stage 2 Playoffs and are comfortably leading the overall leaderboards for the League. They have put forth a really strong showing so far with London Spitfire definitely being their arch nemesis. But the western teams are definitely catching up as we saw Philadelphia Fusion reach the finals of Stage 2. The gap between the western and Korean teams is diminishing with each successive weak. This is what makes the Overwatch League extremely competitive and fun to watch. Shanghai Dragons, on the other hand, will be playing their first match against Los Angeles Valiant.

Stage 3 looks much closer than the previous stages with London Spitfire and NYXL no longer as dominant as they were previously. This stage also will have four teams in the playoffs, so we should expect more western teams in the Stage Playoffs.

You can check out more information on the official website at Overwatchleague.com.

Format

Credit to Liquipedia

Regular Season – January 10th – June 16th, 2018

  • Matches in the Atlantic and Pacific Divisions will play out live from the Blizzard Arena each Wednesday through Saturday. Though the season is divided into four stages, wins and losses will count towards teams’ full-season records and all-important seeding for the postseason. On the last Saturday of each stage, the top teams will compete for hefty bonuses and the title of stage winner.
    • Stage 1 – January 10th – February 10th, 2018 [2]
    • Stage 2 – February 21st – March 24th, 2018
    • Stage 3 – April 4th – May 5th, 2018
    • Stage 4 – May 16th – June 16th, 2018
  • All matches in the Regular Season will consist of four-map sets
  • Each Stage of the Regular Season will have its own 8 map pool.
  • The top team in each Division, and the next top 4 finishers from the entire league, advance to the Championship Playoffs in July.

London Spitfire vs Boston Uprising

London Spitfire

London Spitfire Roster:

  • Birdring
  • Profit
  • Hooreg
  • Fury
  • WoohYal
  • Gesture
  • HagoPeun
  • Closer
  • Bdosin
  • NUS
  • Tizi

London Spitfire is owned by Jack Etienne, Founder and CEO of Cloud9. The team has been under a lot of flak for their lack of local representation. But they were the winners of Stage 1 title matches. The full Korean roster, had a problem and it was a problem of many talented individuals. So as we headed into Stage 2, we saw London Spitfire trade out two of their most talented individuals to other teams. They traded Rascal to Dallas Fuel while Fissure was traded to Los Angeles Gladiators.

Birdring + Profit Image

Stage 2 saw a similar performance from the team with dominating group stage. But they somehow just cracked during the Stage Playoffs, losing quite easily to Philadelphia Fusion. Ever since that match, the London Spitfire seem to be extremely rusty and lack the confidence that we are used to seeing in their playstyle. The London Spitfire team, notably, has made changes to their coaching style.

The obvious superstars on the team are obviously Birdring and Profit. The DPS duo can play all the various types of DPS heroes and their wide hero pool is exactly what makes them so efficient. Birdring has consistently proven himself to be one of the best DPS players in the league maintaining a high calibre on several heroes. Just giving you a list of his potential hero pool, we have heroes such as Tracer, Genji, Widowmaker, Junkrat ( although Profit plays Junkrat the most), Reaper, Sombra. His widowmaker and Genji are obviously the most commonly used heroes for the player. His Widowmaker can stand up to the best Widowmakers in the league and it is really difficult for others to stand up to him. This is enabled by the support that the tanks put forth for Birdring. However, Profit is the player who plays all the different DPS heroes on the team. We see Profit on Junkrat, Sombra and Tracer most of the time. He is the player who changes his hero pool depending on the meta and is consistently better at it. The Profit and Birdring duo take turns to step up their game and end up achieving their shot calling. SO when the team calls out a particular target, the DPS duo along with the tank players on the team dive on that hero and eliminate him. Statistics from the Overwatch League show us that London Spitfire is the most efficient team in terms of eliminating the opposing Zenyatta.

All this is not possible without the tank players on the team. There is definitely a lack of the number of main tank players in the Overwatch League. While Gesture might not be the most talented main tank individually, his synergy with the rest of the team is what makes his proficiency on the hero and its role the most lethal. Gesture has been able to communicate and synergize his dives with the DPS dup the best. THe Korean player shows a great usage of his ultimate, where he zones out the enemy supports. Often times, it would result in the supports using their ultimates to stay alive or end up dying to Gesture in his primal rage. WHile his Reinhardt is not really as strong as his Winston, he maintains a very decent level of Reinhardt play.

The supports on the team are serviceable. We don’t have a Jjonak or Ark on the team, but the supports for London SPitfire are consistently good. Maintaining the consistency is a difficult task and london Spitfire supports have always been consistent in their performance. They were strong during the Mercy meta, however, even now in the ‘post-mercy meta’ the London Spitfire team does look strong enough.

Boston Uprising

Boston Uprising Roster:

  • Striker
  • Mistakes
  • Note
  • Kalios
  • Gamsu
  • Snow
  • Kellex
  • Neko
  • Avast
  • AimGod

The Boston Uprising team is one of the first franchises to be related to the Overwatch League. Owned by Robert Kraft who was one of the first personalities to be associated with the Overwatch League, the Boston Uprising have taken a different approach to building their team than most. The Boston Uprising team wants to enable their team by coaching new players on the roster. The new players might not be as famous as players on other teams, but they have definitely proven their worth in their performance and results.

Dreamkazper Boston Uprising

Dreamkazper is no longer a part of the Boston Uprising team

The Boston Uprising recently lost their star DPS player in Dreamkazper. He was accused of sexual advances towards a minor fan, which was definitely unethical. While initially suspended from the Overwatch League, later the Boston Uprising ended their contract with the player. The team has not really felt the loss of Dreamkazper from the roster in a big way. He provided a great performance on an individual capacity, however the team has not really felt his absence in a big way They are still performing on a similar level, executing their dives to the best of their ability. Ofcourse the coaching on the team has been splendid and they have been able to sharpen their play style to the best of their ability.

Photo: Robert Paul for Blizzard Entertainment

The Boston Uprising is best known for their dive. The dive meta, despite being well known and the other teams studying them closely, there seems to be little to no answer to the same. The Boston Uprising roster has pulled up Striker as probably the best Tracer in the League for stage 3. A recent comparison between Striker and Saebybeolbe  ( Widely believed to be the best Tracer ) showed Striker easily doing better than Saebyeolbe. Striker was leading in all categories, including damage inflicted, eliminations as well as final blows. He also had lesser number of deaths than Saebyeolbe which shows the impact he had on the game in question.

Gamsu Boston Uprising

Gamsu provides much more for the team than just his skill within the game

The Boston Uprising team seem to rely heavily on Gamsu and his contribution to the team mentality cannot be stated enough. When Gamsu was on a vacation, there were rumors of the Boston Uprising almost breaking up. Their performance looked really shaky and they were a distant dream from their fabulous Stage 1 performance. But once Gamsu rejoined the team, we instantly saw an uptick in their performance and results. Gamsu might not be the best tank player individually, but his impact to the team and it’s mentality is too strong.

The Boston Uprising is a team that was touted to be an underdog. But they have been performing quite well and are currently leading the Stage 3 leaderboards. The Boston Uprising team, however, surprised everyone with their performance and have been one of the Season Playoff contenders for sure.

Predictions:

The outcome of this match is going to be a very close one. The Boston Uprising has definitely been impressive this stage, despite the recent loss of Dreamkazper. Indeed the only negative outcome of Dreamkazper’s exit has been that Boston doesn’t have a Pharah player. THe only map where Pharah can potentially be considered to be extremely strong is Oasis on a particular point. Apart from that, Pharah is not really used in a strong sense anymore on most of the

Gesture of London Spitfire

maps. The remaining players remain well coordinated and do exceedingly well in their performance.

London Spitfire is one of the most talented teams in the Overwatch League. The British team, which does not consist of British players, This stage, however, the team has not really been able to make a huge impact in their performance. The team has not been able to secure the wins and they look very weak right now. It is definitely not due to their firepower, since the team has repeatedly proven itself in the past. There seems to be a psychological issue on the roster as they try their best but they lack the results on the team.

The Stage Playoffs seems a distant dream for the London Spitfire, however, it is possible. On the other hand, Boston Uprising will want to secure their first position and have a say in the team that they face in the semifinals. Judging by their recent performances, Boston look much stronger and have had a record against London Spitfire. We recommend a medium bet on Boston Uprising.

 

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Introduction

The Overwatch league is a push into establishing a structured esports league for Overwatch. Blizzard first announced the Overwatch League at Blizzcon 2016 and followed it up with almost a year of planning. The gap left in Overwatch esports during this time left a lot of dismayed fans. But the community’s response to the Opening day of Overwatch League has been nothing short of impressive. With over 400,000 fans tuning into Twitch for the first day, one can definitely call the League a success.

The Overwatch League consists of twelve teams in its first season. Slated for expansion in subsequent seasons, the League bears a strong tilt towards North American teams. There are nine teams from North America, One from Europe, One from South Korea and finally a Chinese team from Shanghai to finish the lineup. Each team is allowed a maximum of twelve players, with teams being allowed to substitute players after each map. The Overwatch League has seen investments from several non-endemic to esports investors such as the Kroenke family, Robert Kraft, Hersh Interactive amongst others. At the same time, we have some well-known esports organizations involved in the regular handling of the teams. EnVyUs, Misfits, Immortals, and Cloud9 are some of the most well-known esports organizations with rosters in multiple titles.

The Overwatch League started on January 10th, 2018 and will continue through August 2018. The league comprises four stages, each stage having five weeks of matches. The top three of each stage will receive prize money, along with show matches on the last Saturday of each stage. These so-called ‘title matches’ will be held on the last Saturday of each stage and feature the best players fighting for a prize money.

New York Excelsior won Stage 2 Playoffs and are comfortably leading the overall leaderboards for the League. They have put forth a really strong showing so far with London Spitfire definitely being their arch nemesis. But the western teams are definitely catching up as we saw Philadelphia Fusion reach the finals of Stage 2. The gap between the western and Korean teams is diminishing with each successive weak. This is what makes the Overwatch League extremely competitive and fun to watch.

The Overwatch League Player Transfer window has closed and there will be no more player transfers until the end of the Season. With the new players joining the team, some teams are still looking for their first win of the Season ( Shanghai Dragons). But most of the teams which are in the middle of the pack will be looking towards ensuring a strong showing and appeasing their fans.

You can check out more information on the official website at Overwatchleague.com.

Format

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Regular Season – January 10th – June 16th, 2018

  • Matches in the Atlantic and Pacific Divisions will play out live from the Blizzard Arena each Wednesday through Saturday. Though the season is divided into four stages, wins and losses will count towards teams’ full-season records and all-important seeding for the postseason. On the last Saturday of each stage, the top teams will compete for hefty bonuses and the title of stage winner.
    • Stage 1 – January 10th – February 10th, 2018 [2]
    • Stage 2 – February 21st – March 24th, 2018
    • Stage 3 – April 4th – May 5th, 2018
    • Stage 4 – May 16th – June 16th, 2018
  • All matches in the Regular Season will consist of four-map sets
  • Each Stage of the Regular Season will have its own 8 map pool.
  • The top team in each Division, and the next top 4 finishers from the entire league, advance to the Championship Playoffs in July.

Philadelphia Fusion vs Boston Uprising

Philadelphia Fusion

Philadelphia Fusion Roster:

  • Carpe
  • EQO
  • Shadowburn
  • Snillo
  • HOTBA
  • Fragi
  • Poko
  • Boombox
  • Dayfly
  • Joemeister
  • Neptuno

Philadelphia Fusion is owned by Comcast Spectacor and is one of the twelve teams in the first season of Overwatch League. The team has an extremely diverse roster with players from all over the world. They could not attend the pre-season due to problems in obtaining visas for all their players. But as we have seen in the past two stages, Philadelphia Fusion is an extremely strong team.

The team has shown significant improvements in their performance over the two stages. While they placed 7th during Stage 1, they climbed up the spots and made playoffs. They even managed to defeat London Spitfire and reach the finals of the Stage 2 Title Playoffs. There have been some changes to the Philadelphia Fusion roster, especially with the addition of Snillo and EQO.

Philadelphia Fusion’s biggest improvement happened in their DPS lineup. The team has definitely seen a significant upgrade from their Stage 1 roster. While Shadowburn and Carpe are exceptionally talented on their individual heroes, Genji and Tracer; the flexibility of the roster is severely limited with them on the roster. Carpe is one of the best DPS especially on the Tracer and the Widowmaker. Carpe, on an average, is a very talented individual and there are always instances when has a very high skilled performance. The skill ceiling of the player is very high as we saw during their match against London Spitfire.

Shadowburn has taken a back-seat on the roster ever since the addition of Snillo and EQO. The Genji specialist has a very rigid and fixed playstyle. It is easy to guess his ultimate status from the way he plays and the amount of pressure he applies on the backlines along with Fragi. While his Dragon Blades remain extremely efficient, his performance on Genji outside of the Dragonblade obtains somewhat mixed reactions.

 

EQO with Philadelphia Fusion on stage

The latest addition to the team, EQO has been very impactful

EQO has been the talent that was eluding Philadelphia Fusion for the most part. The team has adapted really well to EQO and his playstyle. However, his performance on the several heroes such as Widowmaker, Genji and Pharah are really strong. EQO’s versatility in the hero pool is matched with his high skill level. It makes him quite similar to how Fleta and Birdring work for the Korean rosters.

Philadelphia Fusion has four tank players in their lineup. Each player has made a name for himself on certain heroes and they are well known for their aggressive stance on these heroes. Boombox, DayFly, Joemeister, and Neptuno have all been used on the active roster with consistently. The team has some of the best Ana, Lucio and Mercy players. But the team pales when compared to other teams in their Zenyatta play. However, with recent changes to the Zenyatta alternate fire, the hero’s impact will be significantly reduced in Stage 3 meta. This definitely gives a boost the Philadelphia Fusion players who can go back to the heroes they feel most comfortable on. Neptuno Mercy is one of the most aggressive Mercy in the League with the player having the highest final blows as a Mercy. The Fusion support players are constantly up ahead with Fragi.

Fragi Flexing

Fragi is one of the most energetic players on the roster, also very aggressive in game

Speaking of Fragi, this brings us to the weakest section of the Fusion roster. The tanks in Philadelphia Fusion seem to have a very distinct style of gameplay. While it is not a subpar style, when it is out of sync with the rest of the roster, the team feels very incoherent and distraught. Fragi is well known for his super aggressive Reinhardt and main tank roles. There are multiple times when he gets his Reinhardt ultimate even before the Point unlocks for either team. This definitely works well on Reinhardt wherein he can quickly put up the shield and protect his teammates as well as himself. But when he is supposed to play Winston, this playstyle often puts the team in a spot. There have been numerous occasions when Fragi has been unable to protect himself and his teammates. The team, on the other hand, are unable to either help himself or the team.

Neptuno Philadelphia Fusin Overwatch

Neptuno loves pulling out the pistol on his Mercy

In a surprising turn of events, Poko seems to have deteriorated in his gameplay significantly over the past few weeks. The star D’va player who often got multiple frags with his ultimate has been unable to have the same impact with his playstyle. His D’va definitely remains one of the best D’va in the game but we do not see the flashy ultimate kills with the D’va Bomb. His Zarya, on the other hand, definitely came under the scanner during their recent match against London Spitfire during the Stage 2 Playoffs. He always managed to maintain a high charge on the tank, however, four of his ultimates were denied by the enemy D’va matrix. This is as much a compliment to the tank play of London Spitfire as it is regarding poor usage for Poko. These four graviton surges could have definitely made a huge impact on the team as they would have almost surely won King’s Row on the back of these Graviton Surges.

Philadelphia Fusion was a team in transition during Stage 2. They had new players added to the team and they were also learning their own playstyle as they adjusted to the tanks. Currently ranked fourth in the overall standings, Philadelphia Fusion has a very good shot at reaching the Season playoffs.

Boston Uprising:

Boston Uprising Roster:

  • Striker
  • Mistakes
  • Dreamkazper
  • Note
  • Kalios
  • Gamsu
  • Snow
  • Kellex
  • Neko
  • Avast
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Robert Kraft is the owner of Boston Uprising

Boston Uprising is one of the first teams to be officially confirmed for the Overwatch League. The founding team member has been linked with the Overwatch League since the very conception of the league and announcement during Blizzcon 2016. The team is owned by Robert Kraft, Chairman, and CEO of the Kraft Group of companies. They also own New England Patriots and various other sports teams.

Boston Uprising came into the Overwatch league as one of the biggest underdogs. They made no efforts to portray themselves as anything but underdogs either. The team has been working on their players, who are not really superstars by any means. However, with the help of the coaching staff, the players have been able to make a huge impact in the Overwatch League.

Dreamkazper Image Boston Uprising

Dreamkazper has been a revelation in the Overwatch League

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Dreamkazper has a very flexible hero pool

The DPS lineup for Boston Uprising definitely takes all the credit on the team. The team has made superstars out of Dreamkazper and Striker. Mistakes also stepped up with certain performances on the team. Dreamkazper and Striker have great chemistry together as they are able to finish off opponent’s support lineup with ease. Dreamkazper can play a variety of heroes such as Pharah, Genji, Soldier etc. He also has been spotted on the Junkrat as it is sometimes needed on some maps. His widowmaker is one of the best in the league and he can challenge the best Widowmakers in the League consistently. Coming from humble origins, Dreamkazper was definitely an unknown player prior to the league’s commencement.

Striker is one of the four Korean players on the roster. The DPS player has been mostly seen on the Tracer, but that is only because of the way the current meta favors a good Tracer player. The teams which do not have a good Tracer player, such as Houston Outlaws, have seen significant dips in their results and performance. Striker might not have the peak performance level like those of Profit and Saebyeolbe, but he is a very consistent and safe player.

However, the only player who keeps the team together as they are is Gamsu. The Korean tank player has been the pillar of the team’s performance and his impact on the team’s results cannot be mentioned enough. Gamsu provides the space and the distraction needed for the DPS players to succeed. The Korean tank player was absent for a few of their matches during Stage 2, and Boston Uprising simply did not seem to be the same team. The Boston Uprising team is a very good functioning unit and it would be a disaster if they would undergo any changes in the roster. The team’s results come from the players’ understanding of each other’s playstyle. They are ready to put in a lot of individual work and practice time and that is what has developed the synergy on the roster.

Gamsu Image

Few tanks have as much impact on the entire team’s performance as Gamsu

Most of the work on the team is done by the DPS and the tank players. The supports are serviceable and have been consistent in their performance. The lack of a good Zenyatta player obviously does not put the focus on the supports a whole lot. But Boston Uprising has perfected one particular style of gameplay, which is the Dive playstyle. They have been able to use this playstyle consistently on offense as well as defense. It is one of their strongest playstyles and they are usually very successful with this.

Huks has developed a wonderful team with talented, yet unknown individuals for the Boston Uprising. The team has a huge fan following, especially after their performance in Stage 1. With Stage 3, we expect the team to be fully functional again. Gamsu returning to the active roster saw them play at their peak which is considerably high.

Prediction:

This match between Boston Uprising and Philadelphia Fusion is going to be an extremely close match. With both the teams peaking in their performance, the two teams are extremely even in their results and performance.

Boston Uprising had a dip during mid-Stage 2 and that impacted their chance at the playoffs. Philadelphia Fusion had a surge during the latter part of Stage 2 with their new DPS Players in EQO and Snillo. The young talent on the roster has helped them put forth really aggressive and strong playstyle which catches their opponents off guard.

The maps for this match actually present a peek into the potential heroes being played for the teams. The map choice becomes all the more important, especially when you consider the diversity and flexibility of the DPS players on either team. The map pool for this match includes Ilios and Route66. The two maps have a heavy focus on Widowmaker presence and this can definitely have an impact on the final results. Of course, a lot depends on Carpe’s individual performance as he is known to have changes in his peak performance.

Photo: Robert Paul for Blizzard Entertainment

Boston Uprising has a very dive oriented team and the map pool lends itself to ensuring the strength of a dive playstyle. Boston did look weak in the middle of Stage 2, but the end saw them playing once again with Gamsu. The team looked very strong and they seemed comfortable in their playstyle.

Philadelphia Fusion obviously made it to the playoffs, but their league stage matches were not all convincing. They got through simply because the Gladiators did not have a good Week 5 and spoiled Los Angeles chances of appearing in the playoffs. Philadelphia Fusion has very high peak performances, but their consistency is a matter of concern. Boston uprising with Gamsu has been very consistent in their performances.

This match will be very close and in the end, we expect Boston Uprising to come out ahead. The Boston team has never looked bad with Gamsu and today is not the day to start disbelieving their performances. Philadelphia

Poko Photo

Poko had a subpar performance with his Zarya

Fusion’s tank lineup poses it’s the biggest problem and whenever they are playing with Fragi on the Winston, the team looks very incoherent in their performances. Fragi is known to be extremely aggressive and is often caught out alone and unaware of this team’s position. Without their main tank to soak up most of the damage, the Philadelphia Fusion quickly dissolve. The map pool for this match favors a Winston playstyle and that is definitely a big blow to the Fusions.

With Poko still getting nightmares from his Zarya performance against London, we don’t expect the Fusion to be putting him on Zarya anytime soon. This puts them firmly as the Winston & D’va tank combination which is a mixed bag for the team’s results. A lot depends on how EQO plays in these matches and while he has amazing performances, we have seen the Boston Uprising support players be extremely consistent in their performances.

We recommend a bet on Boston Uprising for this match. However, it is still a close match and neither team has a significant advantage. The map pool for this match favors Boston’s lineup and hence we recommend a bet on Boston predicting a 3-1 win.

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