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Overwatch • Sep 28, 2019

How to watch the 2019 Overwatch League Grand Finals

How to watch the 2019 Overwatch League Grand Finals
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The biggest day of the year for Overwatch is fast approaching, and here's everything you need to know in order to catch all the action.

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The San Francisco Shock (23-5) will face off against the Vancouver Titans (25-3) in the 2019 Grand Finals on Sunday, September 29 to determine the Overwatch League Champion for Season 2.

Vancouver and San Francisco have proved themselves as two of the best Overwatch teams in the League over the course of the season, but so far their record against one another is completely even.

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The Shock and Titans are dead even headed into the Grand Finals.

Out of the four matches both teams have played against each other, each squad has won 2 each, which makes it tough to call who will come out on top.

How do we watch?

The 2019 Overwatch League Grand Finals will be held on Sunday, September 29 at 3pm EST in the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA.

For those of us not lucky enough to score Finals tickets, the matchup will also be broadcasted on ABC and livestreamed on Twitch - you can find the stream directly below:

The Shock and Titans will be competing for $1.7 million in total prize money, with the Champions walking away with a cool $1.1 million and second place receiving $600,000.

Besides some great, high-level Overwatch to enjoy, there will also be a wide variety of entertainment for fans at the Grand Finals.

Sadly, DJ Khaled will not be returning in 2019, but  DM artist Martin Garrix, with guests Matt Ox and PAZ, will headline an outdoor concert at the Wells Fargo Center complex the day prior to the finals. 

DJ Ghost will perform in the parking lot of the Wells Fargo Center the morning of the Finals followed by Record producer, DJ, and songwriter Zedd, who will perform inside the Center just prior to the Grand Finals match.

Musician and Philadelphia native Questlove will perform during breaks in the match on Sunday.

So make sure your schedule is clear for September 29, and we'll see you in Philadelphia for the biggest Overwatch day so far this year.

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