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What is The Schedule For Week 9 of The Overwatch League?

Overwatch League Week 9

After weeks of exciting, high-octane matches, the June Joust is finally here. Though the roster for the four-team tournament isn’t what many were expecting (with the Atlanta Reign and New York Excelsior defying the odds for their spots), each and every match in this Hawaii-based slugfest is guaranteed to leave fans of the Overwatch League on the edge of their seats.

However, the June Joust won’t be played in the round-robin format that most Overwatch League viewers are used to. Instead, the tournament will be played in a double-elimination style bracket that will require teams to be defeated twice in order to be eliminated. This softens losses for under-performing teams, while heavily rewarding dominant teams who consistently avoid defeat. It’s also sure to excite fans, who will have multiple chances to see their team play. But no matter the format, the matches this weekend are sure to be incredibly exciting and worth watching whether your favorite team is playing or not. So what will the schedule be for this climactic weekend? And how can you watch these decisive matches live?

Overwatch League Week 9 Schedule

Match 1Atlanta Reign vs New York ExcelsiorThursday, June 10
9:00 pm EST/6:00 pm PST
Match 2Shanghai Dragons vs Dallas FuelThursday, June 10
10:30 pm EST/7:30 pm PST
Match 3Winner of Match 1 vs Winner of Match 2Friday, June 11
9:00 pm EST/6:00 pm PST
Match 4Loser of Match 1 vs Loser of Match 2Friday, June 11
10:30 pm EST/7:30 pm PST
Match 5Winner of Match 4 vs Loser of Match 3Friday, June 11
12:00 pm EST/9:00 pm PST
Match 6Winner of Match 3 vs Winner of Match 5Saturday, June 12
9:00 pm EST/6:00 pm PST

*Times are estimations.

Each and every one of these exciting matches will be stream live on Youtube at . Though each of the games start later than usual for fans living in mainland North America and Europe, fans in Hawaii will get to watch the games right after work or school, while fans residing in Asia will get the rare treat of watching NA teams before midday.

Despite each match likely starting and ending around the times listed here, extremely close games that go to a fifth map have been extremely common this season, so there’s always a chance that games will go on for far longer than expected.

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