Overwatch League - 2020 All-Stars

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[e][h]Overwatch League - 2020 All-Stars
League Information
Series:
Overwatch League OWL
Server:
World World
Type:
Online
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:

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. (Workshop code: T3CC7)
      • 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 12 Team Universe
September 26, 2020 - 20:00 CST

North America[edit]


Team D.Va 12 Team Reinhardt
October 3, 2020 - 15:00 PDT

All-Star Game Participants[edit]

Triple A
DPS
South Korea Yaki 
DPS
South Korea Carpe 
DPS
South Korea Glister 
DPS
South Korea Haksal 
Tank
South Korea Mano 
Tank
South Korea ChoiHyoBin 
Tank
China Ameng 
Tank
South Korea Cr0ng 
Support
South Korea tobi 
Support
South Korea JJoNak 
Support
South Korea Shu 
Support
South Korea Izayaki 
C
South Korea Moon 
                    
                    
                    
                    

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 20 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]

Brick Movers
1
China Vivi 
2
China 9duo 
3
China Peach 
4
China YangXiaoLong 
5
China Roy 
6
China Time 
                    
                    

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, Route66
      • Map 3: Ft. Widow and Tracer on Ilios, Lijiang, Busan
      • Map 4 (tie breaker, if needed): Standard Competitive

Team Custa 12 Team Jake
October 3, 2020 - 12:00 PDT
MVP: Uber

Talent Takedown North America Participants[edit]

Team Custa
1
Australia Custa 
2
Sweden Reinforce 
3
United States ZP 
4
United Kingdom Frankie 
5
United States Mr X 
6
United States Hex 
                    
Team Jake
1
United States JAKE 
2
United Kingdom Bren 
3
Switzerland Soe 
4
Australia Uber 
5
United Kingdom Jaws 
6
United Kingdom Sideshow 
                    

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]

References[edit]