CD Keys E-sports: EnVyUS Dominating Overwatch
Overwatch, while managing to be obscenely popular, selling 10 million CD keys, is still finding its legs in the e-sports scene. It’s already quite popular among stream-watchers in both twitch and YouTube, but the competitive scene is still struggling to have a permanent base set rule for its matches. So far, as the weeks go by, it’s becoming more and more clear as to what the community wants and Blizzard is definitely going in to accommodate them. For example, the stopwatch rules on payload maps that have been the standard of payload maps for the past two months in Overwatch tourneys is slated to become part of the competitive meta as Blizzard is officially introducing it in Season 2 of the competitive mode. It’s a great step in the right direction.
But while rule sets are generally improving, the teams in the competitive scene, however, are a different story. EnVyUS, the top team in North America right now and, basically, the entire world, are steamrolling the competition to a point where they appear so absurdly unstoppable. Cloud9, Luminosity, Northern Gaming, Team SoloMid – you name it – have been curbstomped by Envy in basically every tournament. None have even come close to stopping the EnVyUS onslaught in the recent months.
CD Keys E-Sports: The Unstoppable EnVyUS
The scene, however, is still pretty young, as well as those Overwatch CD keys of folks who aren’t even into the competitive scene yet, so I’m quite optimistic that there’ll be a team out there that’s going to improve drastically in the near future, or a relatively unknown team from some part of the world will pop up and give Envy a run for their money.
At this point in time, however, as exciting it is to watch Overwatch as a spectator, immediately seeing a match of EnVyUS versus pretty much anybody is quite boring despite the level of skill we see from their players like Talespin and Taimou. Why? Because the outcome is a hundred percent certainty at this point; EnVyUS is going to win. One simply watches an EnVyUS match to see HOW they curbstomp whoever they’re fighting. This is unlike other, older e-sports games like mobas or other shooters like CS:GO. But, again, the Overwatch e-sports scene is but 2 months old unlike the other games who have years under their belt. I just hope that, for the game’s competitive scene, that this standard of EnVyUS dominating gets broken soon because the skill of said team may be more harmful to the scene than it is doing good. There’s always a drawback in being just too good.
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