The Overwatch League has a new stage champion following the San Francisco Shock's 4-2 victory over the Vancouver Titans. The Shock are the fifth different stage champions in the six stages played since the league's formation.

This also marks the end of the Vancouver Titans' win steak. They won 19 straight matches overall before losing in the Stage 2 finals. Their 14 match regular season win streak is still ongoing.

As a result, we'll enter Stage 3 with a new team setting themselves apart as the top team in the league. The Shock have certainly earned it.

How does the rest of the league stack up? Find out in this edition of Scrub's OWL Power Rankings.

Shock win Stage 2 title Image credit: Robert Paul for Blizzard Entertainment

1. (+1) San Francisco Shock (11-3)

American user ideekae noted in the stage finals' match page that the San Francisco Shock San Francisco Shock OWL Rank #1 ChoiHyoBin Choi Hyo-Bin (최효빈) off tank Viol2t Park Min-ki flex support Architect Park Min-ho (박민호) dps Rascal Kim Dong-jun (김동준) dps smurf Yoo Myeong-Hwan tank Moth Grant Espe support won the maximum number of maps this stage. That's true. By winning all 28 regular season maps, plus winning all of their matches in the Stage 2 playoffs, the Shock maxed out their map wins by winning 39 maps. They were 39-3 overall.

2. (-1) Vancouver Titans (14-0)

After winning their first 19 matches in the Overwatch League, the Vancouver Titans Vancouver Titans OWL Rank #2 JJANU Choi Hyeon-woo (최현우) off tank Twilight Lee Joo-seok (이주석) flex support Haksal Kim Hyo-jong (김효종) dps Stitch Lee Chung-hee (이충희) dps Bumper Park Sang-beom (박상범) tank SLIME Kim Sung-jun (김성준) support have finally experienced defeat. The Titans don't have to worry about seeing the Shock again for awhile, at least. The Titans don't play them in the regular season again until the final week of the regular season, which is also the week the Titans play the Excelsior for the first time.

3. (-) New York Excelsior (12-2)

The New York Excelsior New York Excelsior OWL Rank #9 JJoNak Bang Sung-hyeon (방성현) flex support MekO Kim Tae Hong off tank Libero Kim Hye-sung (김혜성) dps Nenne Jeong Yeon-kwan dps Mano Kim Dong-gyu (김동규) tank ANAMO Jeong Tae-seong (정태성) support maintained their status as the third best team in the league by cleanly sweeping the Gladiators. Despite that, their match against the Titans made it evident that they're still a class below the league's top two teams.

4. (-) Los Angeles Gladiators (9-5)

Despite being swept in the first round of the stage playoffs, the Los Angeles Gladiators Los Angeles Gladiators OWL Rank #8 Shaz Jonas Suovaara flex support Void Kang Jun-woo (강준우) off tank Surefour Lane Roberts dps Decay Jang Gui-un (장귀운) dps rOar Gye Chang-hoon tank BigGoose Benjamin Isohanni support still look better than the competition behind them. It helps that one of the two teams that looks closest to challenging the Gladiators and the other top teams missed the stage playoffs entirely and the other team lost in the first round to a team thought to look weaker than them.

5. (+3) Hangzhou Spark (8-6)

This is where the rankings get messy. The Hangzhou Spark Hangzhou Spark OWL Rank #6 Ria Park Seong-wook (박성욱) off tank BeBe Yoon Hui-Chang (윤희창) flex support Adora Kang Jae-Hwan (강재환) dps GodsB Kim Kyeon-Bo (김경보) dps guxue Xu Qiulin (徐秋林) tank iDK Park Ho-jin (박호진) support do not look as good as a team should to be considered one of the league's best five teams, especially after being swept by the Shock. However, they have wins over both the Spitfire and the Dynasty in the last two weeks and it's hard to argue that the other remaining playoff teams have done enough to be worth consideration for the top five.

In today's weekly Adora update, all three of the maps he played against the Spitfire were victories. The Spark then played him in every map against the Shock and were swept. Please don't do that. Please play Krystal .

6. (-) Seoul Dynasty (7-7)

While the Seoul Dynasty Seoul Dynasty OWL Rank #7 ryujehong Ryu Je-hong (류제홍) flex support Michelle Choi Min-hyuk off tank FITS Kim Dong-eon (김동언) dps ILLICIT Park Jae-min (박제민) dps Marve1 Hwang Min-seo (황민서) tank tobi Yang Jin-mo (양진모) support didn't play this weekend after succumbing to a 3-4 record in Stage 2, they still look better than most of the teams in the league. Separating the Dynasty, Spitfire and Dragons this week was tough, but the Dynasty get the edge over the others after weighing their schedule. The Dynasty were the only team of the three that beat a team in the Stage 2 playoffs during Stage 2 after sweeping the Fuel in the stage's third week. Their four losses came to the Titans twice, the Gladiators in five maps and to the Spark in a 3-1 match (the same scoreline in the game between the Spark and Spitfire).

7. (+2) Shanghai Dragons (7-7)

Both the Shanghai Dragons Shanghai Dragons OWL Rank #11 Luffy Yang Seong-hyeon (양성현) flex support envy Lee Kang-jae (이강재) off tank YoungJIN Jin Yong-jin dps Gamsu Noh Yeong-jin (노영진) tank DDing Yang Jin-hyeok (양진혁) flex CoMa Son Kyeong-woo (손경우) support and the London Spitfire lost 3-1 this week, but the Dragons lost to the Shock and the Spitfire lost to the Spark. The Dragons were the first team this stage and the only team other than the Titans to take a map off the Shock. The Dragons took care of the Hunters this stage while the Spitfire did not, helping contribute to the Dragons surpassing them.

8. (-3) London Spitfire (9-5)

While the London Spitfire London Spitfire OWL Rank #14 Bdosin Choi Seung-tae (최승태) flex support Fury Kim Jun-ho (김준호) off tank birdring Kim Ji-hyuk (김지혁) dps Profit Park Joon-yeong (박준영) dps Gesture Hong Jae-hee (홍재희) tank NUS Kim Jong-seok (김종서) support are really good at their peak, they are incredibly inconsistent. The same could be said of last year's Spitfire, of course, but the competition come postseason playoff time will be a lot tougher this year than last.

9. (-2) Dallas Fuel (9-5)

The Dallas Fuel Dallas Fuel OWL Rank #18 uNKOE Benjamin Chevasson flex support NotE Lucas Meissner off tank aKm Dylan Bignet dps ZachaREEE Zachary Lombardo dps OGE Son Min-seok (손민석) tank Closer Jung Won-sik (정원식) support kept their match with the Titans as close as expected (which meant it wasn't close at all). On the bright side, the Fuel are only three wins away from equaling their win total from playing in 40 matches last season.

10. (-) Atlanta Reign (7-7)

No team will move from this point onward in the power rankings, including the Atlanta Reign Atlanta Reign OWL Rank #5 Dogman Dusttin Bowerman flex support frd Nathan Goebel off tank NLaaeR Ilya Koppalov dps ErsTer Jeong Joon dps Pokpo Park Hyun-Jun (박현준) tank Masaa Petja Kantanen support . The Reign ended Stage 2 by beating the Excelsior twice and losing to the Charge. Their potential to be a competitive team and even a good team is there, but they have regularly proven to be a mediocre and sometimes terrible team. Hopefully the Reign use this break to get NLaaeR the practice on Zarya necessary to give them confidence to play him over BABYBAY . It's worth experimenting with to find their groove.

11. (-) Philadelphia Fusion (8-6)

The Philadelphia Fusion Philadelphia Fusion OWL Rank #12 Boombox Isaac Charles flex support Poko Gael Gouzerch off tank Carpe Lee Jae-hyeok (이재혁) dps EQO Josh Corona dps SADO Kim Su-Min (뜨용) tank neptuNo Alberto González support have looked very average throughout this season. Maybe they need a new patch with a drastically different meta to kick it into high gear? It currently doesn't look like such a patch will happen, so they shouldn't count on it and perhaps need to look at other ways to improve their play.

12. (-) Boston Uprising (7-7)

This is a great time to remind everyone that the Boston Uprising Boston Uprising OWL Rank #19 Persia Yang Zi-on flex support blasé Jeffrey Tsang dps Colourhex Kelsey Birse dps Stellar Lee Do-Hyung dps Fusions Cameron Bosworth tank Kellex Kristian Keller support never formally announced a new head coach after Crusty left the franchise to join the Shock.

13. (-) Los Angeles Valiant (3-11)

If their trade with the Mayhem is any indication, the Los Angeles Valiant Los Angeles Valiant OWL Rank #4 SPACE Indy Halpern off tank Agilities Brady Girardi dps KSF Kyle Frandanisa dps FCTFCTN Russell Campbell tank KariV Park Young-seo (박영서) flex Custa Scott Kennedy support could look like a wildly different team by the time Stage 3 starts. It's good to see FCTFCTN back into the Overwatch League, and Shax should be an immediate upgrade on DPS. It's less clear how McGravy fits into the Valiant's future plans, but there's not a problem with reinforcing the bench.

14. (-) Chengdu Hunters (6-8)

The level of success YangXiaoLong and Baconjack have found this season is surprising considering neither had played Overwatch professionally since 2017. Neither player is a star, but both hold their own as decent Overwatch League DPS players. It's a shame they both play the same role so the Chengdu Hunters Chengdu Hunters OWL Rank #10 Kyo Kong Chunting (孔春亭) flex support Elsa Luo Wenjie (罗文杰) off tank Jinmu Yi Hu (易虎) dps YangXiaoLong Zhang Zhihao (章智浩) dps Ameng Ding Menghan (丁蒙涵) tank Yveltal Li Xianyao (李先曜) support often have to pick one over the other in their lineups.

15. (-) Toronto Defiant (7-7)

Hopefully, the Toronto Defiant Toronto Defiant OWL Rank #20 Neko Park Se-hyeon (박세현) flex support Gods Daniel Graeser off tank Logix Andreas Berghmans dps Mangachu Liam Campbell dps sharyk Normund Faterins tank Aid Go Jae-yoon (고재윤) support aren't blinded by their Stage 1 success and make much needed additions to their roster during this break between matches.

16. (-) Guangzhou Charge (5-9)

The Guangzhou Charge Guangzhou Charge OWL Rank #3 HOTBA Choi Hong-joon off tank Shu Kim Jin-seo flex support nero Charlie Zwarg dps Happy Lee Jung-woo (이정우) dps Rio Oh Seung-pyo (오승표) tank Chara Kim Jung-yeon (김정연) support should bolster their roster with new additions, but need to be careful about it. Sure, they have already committed to playing with an international roster, but a midseason addition who cannot immediately speak the team's chosen language for communication is worthless. The offseason is for learning anything needed to communicate and play well together, the season is for putting that into practice.

17. (-) Paris Eternal (5-9)

This is your weekly reminder that there is plenty of talent in Atlantic Showdown the Paris Eternal Paris Eternal OWL Rank #15 Finnsi Finnbjörn Jónasson off tank Greyy Luís Perestrelo flex support SoOn Terence Tarlier dps ShaDowBurn George Gushcha dps lhcloudy Roni Tiihonen tank Kruise Harrison Pond support can consider for their team. Also the Eternal should know that Smex is now a free agent without a contract to buy-out. They have options.

18. (-) Washington Justice (2-12)

The Washington Justice Washington Justice OWL Rank #13 SanSam Kim Hyang-ki (김향기) off tank Gido Mun Gi-do (문기도) flex support Stratus Ethan Yankel dps Corey Corey Nigra dps janus Song Jun-hwa tank ArK Hong Yeon-joon support are a good example of a team improving with midseason roster moves. They should look to beef up their tank line next.

19. (-) Houston Outlaws (3-11)

If the rumors are true and Immortals do purchase Infinite Esports & Entertainment, the parent company of the Houston Outlaws Houston Outlaws OWL Rank #17 Rawkus Shane Flaherty flex support SPREE Alexandre Vanhomwegen off tank Jake Jacob Lyon dps Danteh Dante Cruz dps Muma Austin Wilmot tank Boink Daniel Pence support , the Outlaws might be stuck in limbo for awhile as Immortals (who own the Los Angeles Valiant) try to sell the team (it was reported by ESPN that Immortals would not be allowed to retain the Outlaws). Despite desperately needing changes, the Outlaws might be stuck with their current roster if that happens. With other teams making the changes they need to improve, that could result in the Outlaws falling to the bottom of the table.

20. (-) Florida Mayhem (1-13)

The Florida Mayhem Florida Mayhem OWL Rank #16 HaGoPeun Jo Hyeon-woo (조현우) flex support Gargoyle Lee Beom-jun (이범준) off tank Sayaplayer Ha Jeong-woo (하정우) dps BQB Lee Sang-bum (이상범) dps Fate Koo Pan-seung (구판승) tank Kris Choi Jun-soo (최준수) support have now added Fate and Byrem in the last week. They still need to dump TviQ and Apply and have room to add several more players after that. Expect many more changes to come for the Mayhem.

Weekly Wrap-up

Just because there will be no Overwatch League matches for the next month doesn't mean the period will be boring.

Before the next Overwatch League match, there will be both the Atlantic Showdown and Pacific Showdown, both of which should offer high-quality exciting LAN matches for fans to watch.

Of course, the Overwatch League All-Star Game happens before either one of those tournaments to fill fans' appetite for watching Overwatch League players compete. That won't really be an option once the All-Star Game ends tonight.

Beyond the match lobby, this should be the busiest part of the season for roster moves. Expect teams desperate to get an edge to move aggressively to improve their team.