Overwatch League - 2020 All-Stars

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[e][h]Overwatch League - 2020 All-Stars
League Information
Series:
Type:
Online
Location:
World World
Format:
Skills Matches
All-Star Game
Prize pool:
$225,000 USD
Start Date:
2020-09-26
End Date:
2020-10-03
Liquipedia tier:
Links


Information[edit]

Note: Lists confirmed on-air talent members – full lists are TBA

  • Interviewer:
  • Lead Observer:

All-Star Players[edit]

All-Star Game[edit]

  • All-Star Game
    • Coaches will draft among the 18 players at each All-Star event to field two teams that will play a 6v6 match in a three-map set. In the event of a tie, an additional map will be played.
    • Map order:
      • Map 1: Standard competitive 6v6 on a hybrid map.
      • Map 2: Teams pick opponent roster and play on an escort map. For this map, each team will submit six heroes for a 2-2-2 comp to be played by the opposing team. Players will not be required to play their traditional roles.
      • Map 3: Tiny Overwatch Workshop mode—where all players start off with tiny character models, but begin to grow in size as they do damage and healing—using a control map.
      • Map 4 (tiebreaker, if needed): All Damage/All Tank/All Support on a first-to-2 control maps. Each round of the map will feature all players playing one specific role.

Asia[edit]

Triple A Triple ATriple A12Team UniverseTeam Universe Team Universe
September 26, 2020 - 20:00 CST

North America[edit]

Team D.Va Team D.VaTeam D.Va12Team ReinhardtTeam Reinhardt Team Reinhardt
October 3, 2020 - 15:00 PDT

All-Star Game Participants[edit]

Widowmaker 1v1[edit]

  • Widowmaker 1v1
    • Eight players are randomly drawn in a single elimination bracket.
    • Matches are first-to-5 eliminations, except for the final, which is first-to-9 eliminations.
    • Headshots only. No assault rifle fire. No capture point (for Asia). Opposition revealed after 60 seconds (for Asia). A round ends in a draw and is reset after five minutes if there’s no elimination. No kill camera. Crouching limited to 2 crouches per second.
    • Maps:
      • Asia: Castillo (quarterfinals), Ecopoint: Antarctica (semifinals), Necropolis (final)
      • NA: Castillo

Asia[edit]

Quarterfinals
 South Korea GodsB
1
 South Korea Happy
5
 Taiwan Baconjack
0
 South Korea ANS
5
 South Korea Carpe
4
 South Korea diem
5
 South Korea Glister
5
 South Korea FITS
3
Semifinals
 South Korea Happy
2
 South Korea ANS
5
 South Korea diem
5
 South Korea Glister
3
Finals
 South Korea ANS
5
 South Korea diem
9

North America[edit]

Quarterfinals
 Denmark sHockWave
2
 Finland LiNkzr
5
 USA Dalton
5
 New Zealand Colourhex
3
 United Kingdom KSP
1
 France SoOn
5
 Belgium Logix
2
 Norway Onigod
5
Semifinals
 Finland LiNkzr
5
 USA Dalton
3
 France SoOn
5
 Norway Onigod
0
Finals
 Finland LiNkzr
9
 France SoOn
8

Bridowmaker Boss Battle[edit]

Boss Battle
 United Kingdom Bren
0
 Finland LiNkzr
5

Talent Takedown[edit]

Asia[edit]

  • Talent Takedown - Asia
    • For All-Stars Asia, two teams of talent from China and South Korea will play a 6v6 match in a two-map set. At the beginning of each map, one of the teams will choose a buff that will be applied to the current map and secretly shared with the viewing audience.
    • Map order:
      • Map 1: Quick Play Classic on Lijiang Tower (China talent picks buff)
      • Map 2: Quick Play Classic on Busan (South Korean talent picks buff)
    • Available buffs (usable once):
      • Total Mayhem: Reduced ability cooldown time and increased health
      • Low movement gravity
      • Double damage, double healing, and increased movement speed
      • Mystery Heroes: Respawn as random hero
Brick Movers Brick MoversBrick Movers20Jehong and StudentsJehong and Students Jehong and Students
September 26, 2020 - 18:00 CST
Map 1: Double damage, double healing, and increased movement speed
Map 2: Mystery Heroes

Talent Takedown Asia Participants[edit]

North America[edit]

  • Talent Takedown - North America
    • In NA, the Talent Takedown is 6v6 competition across a three-map set.
    • Map order:
      • Map 1: Ft. Genji and Tracer on Hollywood, King's Row, Blizzard World
      • Map 2: GOATS on Rialto, Havana, Route 66
      • Map 3: Ft. Widow and Tracer on Ilios, Lijiang, Busan
      • Map 4 (tie breaker, if needed): Standard Competitive
Team Custa Team CustaTeam Custa12Team JakeTeam Jake Team Jake
October 3, 2020 - 12:00 PDT
MVP: Uber

Talent Takedown North America Participants[edit]

Skills Challenges[edit]

  • The Skills Challenges are exclusively played at All-Stars Asia.

Winston Skills Challenge[edit]

  • Winston Skills Challenge
    • Four players are randomly drawn in a single elimination bracket.
    • The first Winston to push a neutral Wrecking Ball into the Ilios Well gains a point.
    • Unlimited Primal Rage.
    • If a Winston pushes the Wrecking Ball off the map or if a Winston falls off or gets knocked off the map, the opponent scores a point.
    • For the two semifinal matches, it’s a first-to-2 points. The final is first-to-3 points.

Semifinals
 South Korea Fearless
0
 South Korea Gesture
2
 South Korea Mano
0
 China guxue
2
Finals
 South Korea Gesture
2
 China guxue
3

Genji Skills Challenge[edit]

  • Genji Skills Challenge
    • Four players are randomly drawn in a single elimination bracket.
    • All matches will be played on Castillo.
    • A capture point will activate 45 seconds into each round.
    • The opening-round matches are first-to-3 eliminations and the final is first-to-5.

Semifinals
 South Korea Profit
3
 China JinMu
2
 South Korea Sp9rk1e
3
 South Korea Haksal
1
Finals
 South Korea Profit
4
 South Korea Sp9rk1e
5

Ana Skills Challenge[edit]

  • Ana Skills Challenge
    • Free-for-all.
    • First round: Nine players on Black Forest. Top 4 advance.
    • Second round: Four players on Necropolis.
    • Each round ends when a player reaches 20 eliminations, or after 5 minutes.

Who is Meta?[edit]

  • Who is Meta?
    • Eight players with best Fleta Deadlift percentages in the Asia region participate.
    • Hero Gauntlet - First to complete rotation wins.

External Links[edit]

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