Popular figures in the esports community have been tweeting and referencing something called #EsportsMystery this week, and what exactly the event is has managed to just that, a mystery.
A ton of personalities in particular involved with competitive Overwatch have tweeted about attending the event, but haven’t revealed anything about the event itself
Heading out to Colorado for Thanksgiving with my family and staying in Denver an extra week for #EsportsMystery.
Looking forward to seeing my favorite industry people in my home state!
— MonteCristo (@MonteCristo) November 20, 2018
What we do know is that the event will take place in Denver, Colorado at 1 PM MST on November 29.
hey, I bought my tickets for it 2 days ago! Hope to see you there
btw, which row did you get? pic.twitter.com/cCD2hyODSi
— C9 Mateus - 마태 (@Portilho) November 24, 2018
Whatever the event is, with the amount of Overwatch people going, there’s a good chance it will be mostly focused on that.
No announcement has been made on how the event will be streamed, but it might be available on Twitch.
I'm going to be one of the hosts for the #EsportsMystery.
See you there. ;)
— Brennon Hook (@BrenCasts) November 27, 2018
For those that aren't able to make the live event in Denver, Overwatch League Caster Monte Cristo will be streaming the event on his Twitch channel starting at 6 PM MST.