Overwatch League - All Season 2 playoff teams

Here are all of the teams that made the playoffs for Season 2 of the Overwatch League, including the six teams that will face off this weekend for the final two spots.


The 2019 Overwatch League regular season has concluded. The playoff field is set, with a dozen teams set to clash over who will be the last team standing. Only one team can call themselves the Overwatch World Champions and the battle is set to begin this weekend.

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First, let's take a look at the final standings:

  • 1. Vancouver Titans (25-3, +61)(Pacific Division winner)
  • 2. New York Excelsior (22-6, +40)(Atlantic Division winner)
  • 3. San Francisco Shock, (23-5, +66)
  • 4. Hangzhou Spark (18-10, +12)
  • 5. Los Angeles Gladiators (17-11, +19)
  • 6. Atlanta Reign (16-12, +19)

Those six teams have cemented their spots in the final field of eight, but the remaining teams will be decided by a play-in bracket that's set to unfold this weekend. The following six teams will face off, with the final two spots at stake:

  • 7. London Spitfire (16-12, +6)
  • 8. Seoul Dynasty (15-13, +14)
  • 9. Guangzhou Charge (15-13, +4)
  • 10. Philadelphia Fusion (15-13, -3)
  • 11. Shanghai Dragons (13-15, -10)
  • 12. Chengdu Hunters (13-15, -11)

With the 7th and 8th spots in the standings, the London Spitfire and Seoul Dynasty will receive a bye for the first round of this weekend's bracket. Here's the schedule for this weekend. The last two surviving teams will make up the 7th and 8th spots in the final playoff bracket.

Friday, August 30

  • Chengdu Hunters vs. Guangzhou Charge - 6PM PT (Disney XD)
  • Shanghai Dragons vs. Philadelphia Fusion - 9PM PT (Disney XD)

Saturday, August 31

  • Lowest Remaining Seed vs. London Spitfire - 12PM PT (Disney XD)
  • Highest Remaining Seed vs. Seoul Dynasty - 3PM PT (Disney XD)

All playoff games can be viewed live on the Overwatch League Twitch channel. Come back next week for our full Overwatch League playoff primer, as we march into the postseason.

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