Overwatch League 2020 All-Star Teams Announced; All-Star Arcade Game Modes Revealed

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With teams playing online and split into two regions in Asia and North America, we’re going to double the fun and have two all All-Stars events this season before Grand Finals Weekend

Today we reveal rosters for the 2020 All-Stars Asia and 2020 All-Stars North America events, as voted on by fans from around the world.

Saturday, September 26: 1-7 a.m. PT / 4-10 p.m. CST / 5-11 p.m. KST

  • Hyobin “Choihyobin” Choi – San Francisco Shock, Tank
  • Menghan “Ameng” Ding – Chengdu Hunters, Tank
  • Euiseok “Fearless” Lee – Shanghai Dragons, Tank
  • Jun Woo “Void” Kang – Shanghai Dragons, Tank
  • Dong-gyu "Mano" Kim – New York Excelsior, Tank
  • Han-been "Hanbin" Choi – Paris Eternal, Tank
  • Qiulin “Guxue” Xu – Hanzhou Spark, Tank
  • Gicheol “Cr0ng” Nam – Guanzhou Charge, Tank
  • Byungsun “Fleta” Kim – Shanghai Dragons, Damage
  • Gui-Woon “Decay” Jang – Washington Justice, Damage
  • Junyoung “Profit” Park – Seoul Dynasty, Damage
  • Seonchang "Ans" Lee, San Francisco Shock, Damage
  • Gilseong “Glister” Lim – London Spitfire, Damage
  • Hyojong "Haksal" Kim – New York Excelsior, Damage
  • Jun-ki "Yaki" Kim – Florida Mayhem, Damage
  • Jae-hyeok "Carpe" Lee, Philadelphia Fusion, Damage
  • Sang-Min “Myunb0ng” Seo – Boston Uprising, Support
  • Minki "Viol2t" Park, San Francisco Shock, Support
  • Kyeongbo “Alarm” Kim – Philadelphia Fusion, Support
  • Jae Gon “Leejaegon” Lee – Shanghai Dragons, Support
  • Jin Seo “Shu” Kim – Guanzhou Charge, Support
  • Seonghyun “Jjonak” Bang – New York Excelsior, Support
  • Jin-mo "Tobi" Yang, Seoul Dynasty, Support
  • Min-chul "Izayaki" Kim, Shanghai Dragons, Support
     Saturday, October 3: 12-4 p.m. PT / 2-6 a.m. CST (Sunday)
  • Matthew “Super” Delisi – San Francisco Shock, Tank
  • Indy “Space” Halpern – Los Angeles Gladiators, Tank
  • Benjamin “Benbest” Dieulafait – Paris Eternal, Tank
  • Caleb “Mcgravy” Mcgarvey – Los Angeles Valiant, Tank
  • João Pedro “Hydration” Goes Telles – Houston Outlaws, Tank
  • Andreas “Nevix” Karlsson – Toronto Defiant, Tank
  • Gael "Poko" Gouzerch, Philadelphia Fusion
  • Niclas Smidt “Shockwave” Jensen – Vancouver Titans, Damage
  • Terence “Soon” Tarlier – Paris Eternal, Damage
  • Kai “Ksp” Collins – Los Angeles Valiant, Damage
  • Dante “Danteh” Cruz – Houston Outlaws, Damage
  • Brady “Agilities” Girardi – Toronto Defiant, Damage
  • Nicolas “Nicogdh” Moret – Paris Eternal, Damage
  • Dusttin “Dogman” Bowerman – Atlanta Reign, Support
  • William “Crimzo” Hernandez – Dallas Fuel, Support
  • Seungsoo “Jecse” Lee – Houston Outlaws, Support
  • Youngseo “Kariv” Bak – Toronto Defiant, Support
  • Daniel "FunnyAstro" Hathaway
  • Grant “Moth” Espe – San Francisco Shock, Support
  • Brice “Fdgod” Monscavoir – Paris Eternal, Support
  • Both All-Stars events will include the following matches:
  • T-Mobile Talent Takedown — Overwatch League broadcast talent play a 6v6 match in a 3-map set.
  • Widowmaker 1v1 Tournament, presented by State Farm — Top players compete in a 1v1 headshots-only format as Widowmaker.
  • All-Star Game — Overwatch League all-star players compete in a 6v6 match in a 3-map set.
  • All-Stars Asia will also include additional showmatches. See below for all the details.
  • Winston Skills Challenge – Four players will compete in a 1v1 tournament to be the first Winston to push a neutral Wrecking Ball into the Ilios Well. 
  • Genji Skills Challenge - Four players will compete in a 1v1 single-elimination tournament to determine the greatest Genji.
  • Ana Skills Challenge – Pros go head-to-head in an Ana free-for-all. Played in two rounds, each round ends when a player reaches 20 eliminations, or after 5 minutes.
  • Who is Meta? – Eight players with the best Fleta Deadlift percentages will compete in a Hero Gauntlet match. A Fleta Deadlift is when a player accounts for 50% or more of team’s final blows in a map win. The winner is the first player to get an elimination using a pool of 22 heroes. 
  • More information on All-Stars game mode formats is available at overwatchleague.com.Prize PoolA total of US $225,000 is up for grabs during All-Stars. Here’s how it breaks down:EventAll-Star Game winnerAsia - $90,000North America - $75,000Widowmaker 1v1 winnerAsia - $15,000North America - $15,000Widowmaker 1v1 runner-upAsia - $7,500North America - $7,500Winston Skill Challenge winnerAsia - $4,000Genji Skill Challenge winnerAsia - $4,000Ana Skill Challenge winnerAsia - $4,000Who is Meta? winnerAsia - $3,000Where to WatchYou can watch all All-Stars events live and on demand on our YouTube channelofficial website, and on our app.

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