Ballots from the general managers of the Overwatch League’s 20 teams have been tallied, and the top five MVP finalists have been determined. Fans can now vote for who they believe should be the 2019 Overwatch League MVP presented by T-Mobile.
2019 OWL MVP – The Finalists
- Qiulin “Guxue” Xu, Hangzhou Spark – @Guxue5
- Hyun-Woo “Jjanu” Choi, Vancouver Titans – @JJANU_ow
- Jay “Sinatraa” Won, San Francisco Shock – @sinatraa
- Matthew “Super” DeLisi, San Francisco Shock – @super_OW
- Ju-Seok “Twilight” Lee, Vancouver Titans – @Twilight_OW
From today through the end of Stage 4 on August 25 (Pacific Time), fans can cast their vote on Twitch through Twitch Picks or on Twitter using the hashtag #OWLMVP and either the Twitter handle or Battle.net name of their MVP choice. For example, to vote for Sinatraa, fans would use either #OWLMVP Sinatraa or #OWLMVP @sinatraa. Voting results will be tracked on a leaderboard on overwatchleague.com/mvp.
To help fans decide who to vote for, weekly MVP Checkpoints will run during live broadcasts throughout Stage 4. The MVP Checkpoints will examine the impact each player has had, and why they deserve to be the MVP.
Fan votes will make up 25 percent of the final vote as they are combined with final ballots from league insiders. The winner will be announced during the season playoffs at Blizzard Arena Los Angeles, beginning Friday, August 30 (Pacific Time).
Overwatch Summer Game – extra prize await you!
Overwatch players from Southeast Asia can earn additional loots by participating in the Summer Game Weekly challenge – Play and Win Extra Prizes! Sign up with your Battle.net account by Tuesday, August 6, and play as many games as you can to rack up your wins in any game modes. The top 11 players ranked by the number of wins each week can take Doomfist Statue or Blizzard Balance home