Overwatch League Standings After Stage 4, Week 4

The Overwatch League regular season is in its final week. How do the overall standings and the Stage 4 standings look going into this last weekend of competition?

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The last leg of the Overwatch League regular season comes to an end this weekend. There's one last chance for the Overwatch League teams to try and claim their spot in the playoffs. But while some teams may be out of the running for the season playoffs, there's still $125,000 on the line in the individual Stage 4 playoffs, giving those teams something else to play for. As for those teams who do make the postseason, they have a chance to win the first Overwatch League championship in Brooklyn in July.

For this final week of the regular season, which determines the playoff field, as well as this weekend's Stage Playoff field, let's look at both the Stage 4 and overall standings.

Photo credits: Blizzard Entertainment

First, let's look at the Stage 4 standings. The top four teams will play this Sunday for a $125,000 prize pool.

Overwatch League Stage 4 Stadings After Week 4 (Win-Loss, Map Differential)

  • 1. Los Angeles Valiant (8-0, +15)
  • 2. Los Angeles Gladiators (7-1, +13)
  • 3. New York Excelsior (6-2, +16)
  • 4. Dallas Fuel (5-3, +5)
  • 5. Philadelphia Fusion (5-3, +4)
  • 6. Houston Outlaws (5-3, +3)
  • 7. San Francisco Shock (4-4, +5)
  • 8. London Spitfire (3-5, -7)
  • 9. Boston Uprising (2-6, -5)
  • 10. Seoul Dynasty (2-6, -6)
  • 11. Florida Mayhem (1-7, -19)
  • 12. Shanghai Dragons (0-8, -24)

Now let's take a look at the current overall standings. The top six teams will move on to play in the postseason.

Overwatch League Standings After Stage 4, Week 4 (Win-Loss, Map Differential)

  • 1. New York Excelsior (33-5, +84)
  • 2. Los Angeles Valiant (26-12, +36)
  • 3. Boston Uprising (24-13, +22)
  • 4. London Spitfire (23-15, +31)
  • 5. Los Angeles Gladiators (23-15, +18)
  • 6. Philadelphia Fusion (23-15, +13)
  • 7. Houston Outlaws (21-17, +16)
  • 8. Seoul Dynasty (21-17, +13)
  • 9. San Francisco Shock (16-22, -9)
  • 10. Dallas Fuel (11-27, -42)
  • 11. Florida Mayhem (7-31, -70)
  • 12. Shanghai Dragons (0-38, -112)

Game of the Week

Anytime the top overall team New York Excelsior fall, it feels like an event. Last week was no different, as the Los Angeles Gladiators were the latest to topple the juggernaut. And as every team has so far this season, they had to earn every bit of that win.

It looked like it was going to be a one-way stomp in favor of New York, as the Excelsior had little trouble on King's Row and Hanamura. In fact, New York has yet to lose on King's Row over the entire season and this proved no different, despite the Gladiators showing some initial feistiness.

The Gladiators regrouped from a very sloppy first half and came out strong on Lijiang Tower, with Lane "Surefour" Roberts leading the way with his Widowmaker play. Los Angeles kept the momentum going all the way through Gibraltar, with Aaron "Bischu" Kim's D.Va doing his part as a massive bullet sponge and also helping clear paths with her Ultimate.

The tiebreaker went to Nepal and that's where it was all Los Angeles. They practically demoralized the best team in the League and it was a sight to behold. Watch the action below.


Stage 4, Week 5 Schedule

This is the schedule for the fourth week of Stage 4:

  • Los Angeles Gladiators v. Shanghai Dragons - 6/13, 4PM PT
  • Los Angeles Valiant v. San Francisco Shock - 6/13, 6PM PT
  • Seoul Dynasty v. Dallas Fuel - 6/13, 8PM PT
  • Houston Outlaws v. Philadelphia Fusion - 6/14, 4PM PT
  • Florida Mayhem v. London Spitfire - 6/14, 6PM PT
  • New York Excelsior v. Boston Uprising - 6/14, 8PM PT
  • Houston Outlaws v. New York Excelsior - 6/15, 4PM PT
  • Los Angeles Gladiators v. Seoul Dynasty - 6/15, 6PM PT
  • Dallas Fuel v. Los Angeles Valiant - 6/15, 8PM PT
  • Philadelphia Fusion v. London Spitfire - 6/16, 1PM PT
  • Shanghai Dragons v. San Francisco Shock - 6/16, 3PM PT
  • Boston Uprising v. Florida Mayhem - 6/16, 5PM PT
  • Stage 4 Semi-Final #1 - 6/17, 1PM PT
  • Stage 4 Semi-Final #2 - 6/17, 3PM PT
  • Stage 4 Finals - 6/17, 5PM PT

All of the action can be seen on the Overwatch League Twitch channel or on the Overwatch League website.

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Ozzie has been playing video games since picking up his first NES controller at age 5. He has been into games ever since, only briefly stepping away during his college years. But he was pulled back in after spending years in QA circles for both THQ and Activision, mostly spending time helping to push forward the Guitar Hero series at its peak. Ozzie has become a big fan of platformers, puzzle games, shooters, and RPGs, just to name a few genres, but he’s also a huge sucker for anything with a good, compelling narrative behind it. Because what are video games if you can't enjoy a good story with a fresh Cherry Coke?