Overwatch League Season 2 schedule for Stage 2, Week 4

For Stage 2, Week 4, the Overwatch League is taking a road trip to Dallas, TX for the league's first homestand. Welcome to the future home of the Dallas Fuel.

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The Overwatch League's second season is into its second stage of competition. All of last year's teams are back, along with new expansion teams. And while things look to have changed at the start of the league's sophomore outing, things appear to have changed even more with the start of Stage 2. And while competition is going to continue as normal, the Overwatch League is prepped for a change of scenery this weekend.

This will be the first time that the Overwatch League is leaving the Blizzard Arena during the regular season. The venue for this weekend will be the Allen Event Center in Allen, TX, the future home of the Dallas Fuel. The stage is set for two days of intense action.

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Let's take a look at the Stage 2 and overall standings heading into Stage 2, Week 4.

Stage 2 Standings (Win-Loss, Map Differential)

  • 1. Los Angeles Gladiators (6-0, +12)
  • 2. San Francisco Shock (5-0, +20)
  • 3. Vancouver Titans (5-0, +16)
  • 4. London Spitfire (4-0, +10)
  • 5. New York Excelsior (5-1, +15)
  • 6. Shanghai Dragons (3-2, +2)
  • 7. Chengdu Hunters (2-2, +2)
  • 8. Philadelphia Fusion (3-3, +1)
  • 9. Paris Eternal (2-2, +1)
  • 10. Los Angeles Valiant (2-2, -2)
  • 11. Dallas Fuel (2-2, -3)
  • 12. Hangzhou Spark (2-2, -6)
  • 13. Boston Uprising (2-3, -7)
  • 14. Seoul Dynasty (1-2, +1)
  • 15. Atlanta Reign (2-4, -4)
  • 16. Toronto Defiant (1-4, -9)
  • 17. Guangzhou Charge (1-5, -15)
  • 18. Houston Outlaws (0-3, -9)
  • 19. Washington Justice (0-5, -12)
  • 20. Florida Mayhem (0-6, -13)

Overall Standings after Stage 2, Week 3 (Win-Loss, Map Differential)

  • 1. Vancouver Titans (12-0, +34)
  • 2. New York Excelsior (12-1, +31)
  • 3. San Francisco Shock (9-3, +25)
  • 4. Los Angeles Gladiators (9-4, +13)
  • 5. London Spitfire (7-4, +6)
  • 6. Philadelphia Fusion (8-5, +6)
  • 7. Dallas Fuel (6-5, -3)
  • 8. Seoul Dynasty (5-5, +6)
  • 9. Shanghai Dragons (6-6, -2)
  • 10 (tie). Toronto Defiant (6-6, -4)
  • 10 (tie). Boston Uprising (6-6, -4)
  • 12. Atlanta Reign (6-7, +2)
  • 13. Chengdu Hunters (5-6, -6)
  • 14. Paris Eternal (5-6, -7)
  • 15. Hangzhou Spark (3-5, -8)
  • 16. Guangzhou Charge (4-9, -16)
  • 17. Houston Outlaws (3-7, -12)
  • 18. Los Angeles Valiant (2-9, -11)
  • 19. Washington Justice (1-11, -23)
  • 20. Florida Mayhem (1-12, -25)
The London Spitfire (Photo credits: Ben Pursell for Blizzard Entertainment)

Stage 2, Week 4 schedule

Saturday, April 27

  • Paris Eternal vs. London Spitfire - 9AM PT
  • Hangzhou Spark vs. Chengdu Hunters - 10:45AM PT
  • Houston Outlaws vs. Seoul Dynasty - 12:30PM PT
  • Los Angeles Valiant vs. Dallas Fuel - 2:15PM PT

Sunday, April 28

  • Hangzhou Spark vs. Paris Eternal - 10AM PT
  • Chengdu Hunters vs. London Spitfire - 11:45AM PT
  • Seoul Dynasty vs. Los Angeles Valiant - 1:30PM PT (Disney XD)
  • Houston Outlaws vs. Dallas Fuel - 3:15PM PT (Disney XD)

Game to watch

Only a handful of teams are making the trip to Dallas this weekend. Among them is a resurgent London Spitfire, one of four teams who are unbeaten in Stage 2 thus far. To keep their streak going, they'll face off against a team just on the outside looking in for the Stage 2 Playoffs.

The Paris Eternal are looking to rebound from a rough start behind new head coach Felix "Fefe" Munch. They're coming off a rough loss to the Dallas Fuel, though they did see some flashes of brilliance from the DPS tandem of Terrence "SoOn" Tarlier and George "ShaDowBurn" Gushcha. The Eternal's success largely hinges on expert tank player Finnbjorn "Finnsi" Jonasson, who has had some great games with D.Va and Zarya. But it's going to take a lot to overcome Junyoung "Profit" Park, who's had an incredible Stage 2 so far. If Junho "Fury" Kim and Seungtae "Bdosin" Choi continue playing at the top of their game, it's hard to see the Spitfire dropping this one, but the Eternal will certainly give it a shot, with the 8th seed in their sights.

This matchup kicks off the weekend in Dallas, so tune in this Saturday.


Catch all of this week's games and all of this season's action on the Overwatch League Twitch channel, the ESPN App, or on the Overwatch League website.

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