Alongside the announcement that the OWL 2020 Season will be played as in individual cities, many teams have announced where their Homestands will take place.
With the recent announcement of how the 2020 season of the Overwatch League will work, several teams have announced where they will host their Homestands.
Vancouver Titans to Play in Rogers Arena, Gladiators at the LA Stadium
First up, the Vancouver Titans announced that they would host their homestand games at the Rogers Arena. The Rogers Arena is located in Downtown Vancouver, Canada.
— Vancouver Titans (@VancouverTitans) July 16, 2019
The Titans aren’t the only team to show off their new homes for the 2020 season. Last year during press conferences, both the LA Gladiators and the LA Valiant announced where they would play for Season 3 of the Overwatch League.
As part of the Kroenke group, the LA Gladiators CEO Rob Moore announced that the Gladiators would take up residence in part of the Los Angeles Stadium and Entertainment District in Inglewood. The complex will open in 2020.
Valiant to Host Homestands at the Microsoft Theatre, Fusion Builds Their Own Stadium
The Los Angeles Valiant also announced that same day that they would be moving to the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles for Season 3. In March this year, Comcast announced their $50 million plan to build an arena for the Philadelphia Fusion. The arena will be located in the heart of the Philadelphia Sports Complex, but this won’t be the only time the Overwatch League is visiting Philadelphia. The Grand Finals of Season 2 will take place in the Wells Fargo Center, just a few minutes’ walk from where the Fusion Arena is set to be. In fact, Philidelphia just announced that they will play host to three Homestands in the 2020 Season.
In 2020, the party's coming to our house.
We're thrilled to announce that we will be hosting THREE Homestands for #OWL2020!
— Seoul Infernal (@Infernal) July 16, 2019
While other teams have not confirmed where they will play their homestand games, the Houston Outlaws and the Dallas Fuel announced their plans to host their games in the next season. According to the Fuel, Dallas will host the maximum-allowed five homestand weekends.
Image VIA: Rogers Arena