Tag : Los Angeles Valiant
Los Angeles Valiant releases their players and staff citing COVID-related visa issues
One of the most storied franchises in the Overwatch League made a huge announcement regarding the future of their roster and staff moving forward. The Los Angeles Valiant, who is a beloved franchise since the inception of the Overwatch League, announced they released their players and staff due to COVID-related visa issues with no further information.
Immortals Gaming Club reportedly looking to sell LA Valiant Overwatch League spot
As first reported by Bloomberg, Immortals Gaming Club, who owns the Los Angeles Valiant of the Overwatch League is seeking to sell its spot in OWL. According to the report, this is one of the possible options for the future of the organization. This move comes off the heels for the Valiant as they finished 8th in the regular season and 5th-6th in the North American playoffs in the 2020 season.
2020 preseason Overwatch League power rankings: #20-#15
It is that time of the year again, and I am not talking about Christmas. It is time for another season of the Overwatch League. Previously, on the Overwatch League, New York Excelsior had a heartbreaking semifinal against Vancouver, the Titans had an extraordinary season until they met the San Francisco Shock in the grand finals, and the Shock is your new 2019 Overwatch League champions. Many emotions were felt in the Blizzard Arena from heartache, laughter, cries, and elation.
Overwatch League's "Battle for LA" rivalry is expanding to a new frontier
Kroenke Sports & Entertainment has secured a spot in Activision-Blizzard's upcoming Call of Duty Franchise League. Due to Immortals Gaming Club also owning a CoD franchise, the rivalry established between the Los Angeles Valiant and Los Angeles Gladiators in the Overwatch League will have a chance to expand into an entirely different esport.
LA Valiant's FCTFCTN: "Travel is one of the best ways for people [...] to expand their horizons and learn more about the world that we live in."
The Los Angeles Valiant are only one win away from qualifying for the play-in tournament. The hardest part about it is that they need a win against the San Francisco Shock or Los Angeles Gladiators. After the Valiant's win against Boston in Week 4, Russell "FCTFCTN" Campbell spoke with Inven Global about the 2020 season, the LA homestand, and adapting to the meta.
LA Valiant's KSF: "After Stage 1, we all lost trust with each other. We obviously rebuilt that and made changes."
The Los Angeles Valiant started 0-7 and last place in the Overwatch League. Since that time, they are 8-6 heading into the Stage 3 playoffs. KSF spoke with Inven Global his growth in the Overwatch League, how the Valiant is turning losses into wins, and thoughts on his potential.