After their win today at the Overwatch World Cup, Team Germany sat down for a postgame interview with the press following the victory over Israel on Day 1.
Team Germany this year consists of the following players:
- Joshua "cRNKz" Santana (DPS)
- Arthur "EISSFELDT" Marx (DPS)
- German "Nesh" Kobrin (DPS)
- Nicholas "skipjack" Rosada (Tank)
- Marcel "Veineless" Lehmann (Support)
- Dennis "INTERNETHULK" Hawelka (Support)
- 0:03 Who is one player at the overwatch world cup from this group stage or other regions that you really want to play against in an official match?0:45 Do you think that your practice quality has been lacking or ok up until this point?
- 0:45 Do you think that your practice quality has been lacking or ok up until this point?
- 2:27 How do you guys feel about the prospect of people like you becoming gold medalist Olympians?4:44 What do you think has changed the most about overwatch esports and what needs to change as Blizzard moves towards the overwatch league age?
- 4:44 What do you think has changed the most about overwatch esports and what needs to change as Blizzard moves towards the overwatch league age?
- 5:48 What is one suggestion that you would have for the overwatch league to succeed?
The Overwatch World Cup 2017 is one of the biggest international tournament in Overwatch, featuring stars from all around the world including Taimou, Ryujehong, aKm, SoOn, TviQ, Surefour, and ShaDowBurn, among others.
Two groups will compete at each of the Group Stage qualifiers in a Round Robin format with the top from each group moving onto a single elimination bracket. Each series features four maps with teams seeded based on average Skill Rating. Map priority is given to the higher seeded team for the first map of the series. It is important to remember that these matches are not a best-of-three series and will focus on winning as many maps as possible as the two teams with the most points by the end of the Round Robin stage will advance to the next round,
The first place team from each group will play the second place team in the opposite group. The winners of this stage will move on to the live playoffs at BlizzCon 2017.
You can catch the Overwatch World Cup streams on Twitch: