Game, set, match. As of last weekend, the final two teams have made their way to the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. A rematch for the ages goes down on September 29, between the San Francisco Shock and the Vancouver Titans. These two teams have created quite the storyline around each other throughout the entire season—with two Stage Finals matches, it makes sense that the penultimate fight involves the teams that fought the hardest to get there.
With such an intense battle waiting in the wings, fans of the Overwatch League do not want to miss on this all out clashing of the Titans. With that in mind, it’s imperative that fans know how to watch the Grand Finals, and where they can catch all the action on September 29.
1: In Person
First and foremost, lucky fans can catch the game live in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Keeping the tradition of bringing the Grand Finals to the East Coast, fans with tickets can enjoy the show live, and in person, at the Wells Fargo Center.
Tickets have, unfortunately, sold out, so if you don’t have a ticket already, you might have to catch the game from home, or at a local sports bar. For those who do have tickets, however, the doors open at 1:00 PM, just two hours before the festivities are about to begin. Get there early to buy some merchandise, get a snack and settle in for what’s sure to be an amazing series.
2: On Television
Throughout this past season, the Overwatch League has been aired on television across a variety of channels. The Grand Finals will be airing, live, on ABC. The show starts at 3:00 PM EST, so make sure all snacks and drinks are acquired beforehand!
3: On Twitch
As always, the Grand Finals will also be airing on Twitch, through the Overwatch League channel. Regular viewers know that tuning in early will let them watch the Watchpoint Pre-show, where analysts will be discussing some likely outcomes of the game. Twitch fans who have an All Access Pass also get the benefit of watching content made for subscribers only, so make sure the entire broadcast is available and ready to go.
4: Through the VOD
For those who cannot watch live, don’t worry! The Overwatch League website confirms that the VOD of the entire match will be up shortly after the game. So long as avoiding Twitter is an option, fans can stay spoiler free and enjoy the game on a nice Monday morning.
Additional ways to watch always include the use of the Overwatch League mobile app, for people who may be on the run, but are still interested in keeping up. The ESPN app will also be hosting the Grand Finals, as per usual. The Overwatch League website also will play host to the Twitch stream, for those who prefer it.
However fans choose to watch, it’s important that they remember the date and time of the Grand Finals. Once again, the Grand Finals are on September 29, at 3:00 PM EST. Make sure to tune in, and may the best team win!
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