The Vancouver Titans finished the season by competing against the San Fransisco Shock in the Overwatch League Grand Finals.
Enthusiast Gaming (TSXV:EGLX), a gaming and esports media company, announced that the Vancouver Titans, a team competing in the Overwatch League, has finished a record-breaking season.
The company has a non-controlling interest in the Vancouver Titans team, which competed against the San Fransisco Shock in the Philadelphia-based Overwatch League Grand Finals on Sunday (September 29). The San Francisco Shock won the tournament, whose total prize pool was US$3.5 million prize pool.
As quoted in the press release:
Throughout the season and coming into the Grand Finals, the Vancouver Titans were ranked #1 and finished with a season record of 25-3.
Managed by Enthusiast Gaming’s esports division, Luminosity Gaming Inc. (“Luminosity Gaming”), the Vancouver Titans battled the San Francisco Shock in the final match of the Grand Finals tournament, at the sold out Wells Fargo Arena in Philadelphia. The total prize pool for the tournament was US$3.5 million.
On September 29, the Grand Finals were broadcast live across North America mainstream media channels, ABC, ESPN and TSN and were livestreamed on Twitch in 190 countries. Overall viewership is projected to be higher than the 10.8 million global audience that watched the 2018 finals. The Overwatch League consists of 20 teams across six countries and three continents. Its projected that over 40 million people play Overwatch worldwide.