- Atlanta, GA
- Washington D.C.
- Guangzhou, China
- Hangzhou, China
- Chungdu, China
The biggest disappointment though? No South American team. In Overwatch League Contenders, effectively Overwatch Minor Leagues, teams like paIN Gaming and Brasil Gaming House field some of the best players and have great followings in the region. Hopefully in Season 3 there will be more teams added, including at least one in South America. While physical locations are only kind of relevant for this season, starting in Season 3 teams will be playing in their home arenas for part of the season. It will be interesting to see how things like jet lag and time differences effect the league as a whole.
This will also, most likely, bring sweeping changes to the format and structure of the league. In Season 1 each team of the 12 teams played 2 matches a week, for a total of 12 matches to watch between Wednesday and Saturday throughout the Season. Adding eight teams will bring the total matches per week to 16, with 4 matches being played each day. That is... a lot of Overwatch League. Expect there to be so much Overwatch League that you could drown in it, or expect to see the match schedule completely reworked for Season 2.
All said and done though, it looks like the Overwatch League experiment was a success, and the League will continue forward through Season 2 and beyond.