Forums
Matches
Events
News
Rankings
Transfers
Stats
SPOILERS: ON OFF
Scrubasaurus Terry Spry Jr.
A fan of competitive Overwatch since launch and a writer since 2017. Based in Charlotte, NC.
Country: United States
Registered: March 16, 2017
Last post: November 13, 2019 at 10:01 PM
Posts: 596
1 2 3 4 •• 12

if you saw the mistake in the original update i will have to kill you where you stand for knowing too much

posted 1 week ago

Thank you for the catch, it has been fixed.

posted 2 weeks ago

Yes

posted 2 weeks ago

This article has been updated to reflect the two players' promotions to the Reign.

posted 2 weeks ago

correct and expected

posted 2 weeks ago

This has been updated with several re-signings today.

posted 2 weeks ago

TEJA
ARTICLES

posted 2 weeks ago

Update:

Also as a note, players that re-sign with their team or have their team option picked up will not go here. That news, such as Logix rejoining the Defiant, will go on the free agency tracker.

Additionally, announcements that players who are already under contract with their team are rejoining them for next season, such as the announcement the Charge made by Rio, will not be covered. We're going to treat those situations as assumed facts and don't want to clog our offseason coverage with them.

posted 3 weeks ago

It was a typo on my part. Sorry!

posted 3 weeks ago

This article has been updated to reflect the Dynasty's confirmation of the trade.

posted 3 weeks ago

This is updated to reflect recent moves

posted 4 weeks ago

Sorry about the sparse info on player names for now. That will updated soon. 😅

posted 1 month ago

They officially dismissed him later (https://www.over.gg/12160/justice-officially-dismiss-sleepy).

Listing rosters at this point in the offseason is a bit hairy. A player could be a free agent right now, however the team may intend to re-sign them (for example, ArK is officially a free agent however the Justice have not stated that he is leaving the team. That suggests they may be trying to keep him still). It's hard to know exactly who is staying with the team until we're late enough into free agency that teams are signing new players.

posted 1 month ago

Sorry I was dumb and totally forgot about NeXT. The article has been fixed.

posted 1 month ago

Unfortunately, Korea has played their Contenders matches online for the entirety of 2019.

posted 1 month ago

One thing I'd like to make clear that I believe I failed to do in the article:

Each region will continue to play entirely within their region. Teams in the Pacific Division will not play each other except for competitions like the Showdowns, and teams within the Atlantic Division won't play each other either. There will not be cross-region play in a typical Contenders tournament.

I will update the article to make this more clear.

posted 1 month ago

This has been updated with the changes that have occurred the past few days.

posted 1 month ago

i'm putting the defiant on probation for announcing the release of two players within one hour and then announcing the release of a third two hours later

https://twitter.com/TorontoDefiant/status/1181718789056057344?s=20

posted 1 month ago

I get why birdring was let go, he just hasn't been consistent for the past two seasons (even though injury is partly to blame) and can get letting Guard go if they think they can potentially land someone better. I don't understand letting NUS go, however there is a lot in the skillset of main supports that we can't see. Perhaps his ult tracking or shot-calling isn't to the level that they would like it to be.

That being said, I think all three players will end up on new teams.

posted 1 month ago

Update:

The Florida Mayhem have decided not to renew five of their team options. Those five players are now listed as free agents.

posted 1 month ago

Yes, that was true! His scenario was a little bit different. While sinatraa wasn't eligible to play when he first signed his contract, he would have become eligible to play during the season he was signed. He was fair game to sign because of that.

Since Leave wasn't going to turn 18 during the 2019 season, the Hunters couldn't sign him until the offseason.

posted 1 month ago

"Leave is ineligible to receive an Overwatch League contract at this time and has thus joined the Hunters as "contracted talent." They will look to sign him to their Overwatch League roster for the 2020 season as soon as they are allowed to under the league's rules." - From our article when they made the Leave announcement (https://www.over.gg/11804/leave-joins-the-hunters-as-contracted-talent)

The list they released is strictly for players who were already on rosters. While Leave will be on their roster (assuming nothing went south between when that announcement was made and now), he isn't yet.

posted 1 month ago

A player under team option means that the team can choose to keep them under contract another year or let the player's contract expire and make them a free agency.

Basically, it's a year of the contract the team has the option to commit to or not.

posted 1 month ago

I think it is. Changes in general managers are a big part of the offseason!

Also I added a few more things changes that occurred during Stage 4/playoffs because it seems as if that is when offseason changes really began.

posted 1 month ago

As a note to anyone reading this with questions about ArK, I am currently including him on the roster because he tweeted a follow-up (https://twitter.com/Arkyjun/status/1178720627357704192?s=20) that contradicts his original free agency tweet (https://twitter.com/Arkyjun/status/1178718926173175808?s=19). I will update ArK's status after clarifying with the team.

posted 1 month ago
1 2 3 4 •• 12