The new season of League Overwatch has pleased players with a new format and a bunch of other buns. Sanghai Dragons won the season, and the team standings continued to storm throughout the entire period of the competition. There were reasons for this: frequent changes in the line-ups, loss of sponsors, etc. It was difficult to predict anything, especially for those who placed bets during the tournament. Now that the lineups are stable, we can draw conclusions about each of the teams and what they are capable of. It is not worth waiting for any changes until the next season.
Everything new is well-forgotten old
The surprises that accompanied the players throughout 2021 will not end in 2022. The release of Overwatch 2 is not far off, which means that changes are inevitably destined to be. Players will have to get used to new heroes, maps, game formats and the removal of important combat units from the game. Based on the statistics of the games, we see that not everyone is ready for this, and many of the changed squads will play with what is available.
Changes in the composition of the teams
For the Houston Outlaws, this year turned out to be particularly difficult, albeit productive. Despite a string of victories, players under the nicknames JJANGGU and Joobi ended their Overwatch careers. Harsha did the same, putting the trainer’s gloves on the table. It is not yet clear who will close this gap in the team, but there are enough young promising players. The team does not intend to despair, since the strong players have not yet left the ship.
Florida Mayhem has lost its favorites: BQB, OGE. They played many matches together, but they couldn’t jump over their heads. Let’s hope they still have everything ahead of them.
Dallas Fuel, to the surprise of the audience, showed excellent results, taking third place in the season, but having undergone changes, they also lost key players, namely Pine and coach Yong.
Results of changes
As can be seen from the report, the ranks of a significant part of the teams have thinned. But the teams still have time until April to rectify the situation and assemble stronger squads.
Follow the news to find out about all player transfers first.
The Dragons lifted the Champions Cup over their heads
The title of champion now belongs to the dragons. The team has come a long way: from a series of defeats to a seemingly impossible dream. And this record was set in just 3 months.
The year 2021 was difficult for all players: constant changes in the lineups, loss of pace and mood of many teams. But despite this, the season turned out to be productive, and the discipline has not lost its relevance. The League 2021 final was not without highlights and amazing performance from all the teams. All the viewers probably enjoyed and were pleasantly surprised by what was happening on the screen.
Total domination of the winner
The finalists are certainly good, but let’s not forget about those teams that got into the top three of the standings. Shock and Dallas were breathing down the Dragons’ backs all the way to the title. Shanghai also showed good results, dryly beating teams of equal strength.
Small statistics on team games:
- Dallas beat Washington 3-1.
- Chengdu beat Atlanta 3:2 by one point, but failed to cope with Dallas and, as a result, sadly left with a score of 0:3
Lose, but not broken
Tough selection in the final bracket put an end to the confrontation between Shock and Shanghai, where the former had a real chance to emerge victorious. Double standards have once again proved to be an unpleasant side. Shanghai occupied the leading position in the standings, did not give way to Shock. Dallas Fuel were defeated by Reign, who, having passed into the final grid, remained in it.
Those who followed the events of Overwatch can sleep peacefully – everything ended well.
The bets on the teams are almost all played, which means we will keep the money until next season. Have fun playing games and don’t get sick.