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Overwatch League All-Stars Asia: Start time, schedule, players, prize pool & where to watch

Check out everything you need to know about the Asian All-Star events, including players, schedule, prize pools, and more.
Overwatch League All-Stars Asia: Start time, schedule, players, prize pool & where to watch

In an unprecedented event and due to external circumstances like the COVID-19 pandemic forcing the Overwatch League to pivot from an offline competition played at venues across the world to an online format, this year, OWL will have two separate All-Star events.

With North American and Asian based teams playing most of their matches from their respective regions, connection issues could potentially ruin the fun All-Star side events have to offer, especially now that there are cash prizes involved.

As the Asian events take place first, here's everything you need to know, including schedule, players, prize pools, events, and more. 

OWL All-Stars Asia: Schedule & Start time


The Overwatch League All-Stars Asia festivities will kick-off next 26th September. Here are the start times in different regions:

  • 1-7 a.m. PT
  • 4-10 p.m. CST
  • 5-11 p.m. KST
  • 9-3 p.m BST

OWL All-Stars Asia: Players & events

Here's a list of all the events that will take place and the players taking part on each:

All-Star Game

Coaches will draft among the players at each All-Star event to field two teams that will play a 6v6 match in a three-map set. In the event of a tie, an additional map will be played.

  • Map 1: Standard competitive 6v6 on a hybrid map.
  • Map 2: Teams pick opponent heroes and play on an escort map. For this map, each team will submit six heroes for a 2-2-2 comp to be played by the opposing team. Players will not be required to play their traditional roles.
  • Map 3: Tiny Overwatch Workshop mode—where all players start off with tiny character models, but begin to grow in size as they do damage and healing—using a control map.
  • Map 4 (tiebreaker, if needed): All Damage/All Tank/All Support on a first-to-2 control maps. Each round of the map will feature all players playing one specific role.

Widowmaker 1v1 Presented by State Farm

For the Widowmaker 1v1, eight players were invited to participate in a single-elimination tournament.

Here’s how the tournament will work:

  • Seeding: Random draw.
  • Format: Matches are first-to-5 eliminations, except for the final, which is first-to-9 eliminations.
  • Rules: Headshots only. No assault rifle fire. No capture point. Opposition revealed after 60 seconds. A round ends in a draw and is reset after five minutes if there’s no elimination. No kill camera. Crouching limited to 2 crouches per second.
  • Maps: Castillo (quarterfinals), Ecopoint: Antarctica (semifinals), Necropolis (final)

Here are the participants:


  • Dong-Eon “Fits” Kim, Seoul Dynasty
  • Gil-Seong “Glister” Lim, London Spitfire
  • Jae-Hyeok “Carpe” Lee, Philadelphia Fusion
  • Jung-woo “Happy” Lee, Guangzhou Charge
  • Kyeong-Bo “GodsB” Kim, Hangzhou Spark
  • Tzu-Heng “Baconjack” Lo, Chengdu Hunters
  • Min-Sung “Diem” Bae, Shanghai Dragons
  • Seon-Chang “ANS” Lee, San Francisco Shock

T-Mobile Talent Takedown

The crowd-pleasing Talent Takedown is back for 2020, and we’ll be mixing things up in Asia and North America.


For All-Stars Asia, two teams of talent from China and South Korea will play a 6v6 match in a two-map set. At the beginning of each map, one of the teams will choose a buff that will be applied to the current map and secretly shared with the viewing audience.

  • Map 1: Quick Play Classic on Lijiang Tower (China talent picks buff)
  • Map 2: Quick Play Classic on Busan (South Korean talent picks buff)

The following buffs are available and can only be used once:

  • Total Mayhem: Reduced ability cooldown time and increased health
  • Low movement gravity
  • Double damage, double healing, and increased movement speed
  • Mystery Heroes: Respawn as random hero

China Talent

  • Chuyin “Vivi” Huang
  • Jiaming “Jiuduo” He
  • Mengyuan “Peach” Wang
  • Zhihao "YXL" Zhang
  • Yuanyi “Roy” Liu
  • Yutao “Time” Bian

South Korea Talent

  • Kyu-Hyung “Yongbongtang” Hwang
  • Hyun-Sung Hong
  • Je-Hong “Ryujehong” Ryu
  • Ji-Su “Akaros” Jang
  • Ji-Soo Sim
  • Jung-Min “TheMarine” Kim

Winston Skills Challenge

Four players will compete in a 1v1 single-elimination tournament. The goal is simple: be the first Winston to push a neutral Wrecking Ball into the Ilios Well. Winston players will have unlimited Primal Rage to get the job done. Each time a Wrecking Ball is pushed into the well, the player that did it scores a point. If a Winston pushes the Wrecking Ball off the map or if a Winston falls off or gets knocked off the map, the opponent scores a point.

For the two semifinal matches, it’s a first-to-2 points. The final is first-to-3 points. Payers will be seeded at random.


  • Dong-gyu "Mano" Kim, New York Excelsior
  • Eui-Seok "Fearless" Lee, Shanghai Dragons
  • Jae-hee "Gesture" Hong, Seoul Dynasty
  • Qiulin "Guxue" Xu, Hangzhou Spark

Genji Skills Challenge


Four players will compete in a 1v1 single-elimination tournament to determine the greatest Genji.

The opening-round matches are first-to-3 eliminations and the final is first-to-5. All matches will be played on Castillo. A capture point will activate 45 seconds into each round. Players will be seeded at random.


  • Hu “Jinmu” Yi, Chengdu Hunters
  • Hyo-Jong "Haksal" Kim, New York Excelsior
  • Joon-Yeong "Profit" Park, Seoul Dynasty
  • Yeong-han "SP9RK1E" Kim, Paris Eternal

Ana Skills Challenge

Get ready for some serious nap time when the pros go head-to-head in an Ana free-for-all.

This competition will be played in two rounds. The first round on the Black Forest will feature nine players, with the top four advancing to the final on Necropolis. Each round ends when a player reaches 20 eliminations, or after 5 minutes.


  • Chengzhi “Molly” He, Chengdu Hunters
  • Hui-Chang "BeBe" Yoon, Hangzhou Spark
  • Jin-seo "Shu" Kim, Guangzhou Charge
  • Min-Chul "Izayaki" Kim, Shanghai Dragons
  • Young-wan "Creative" Kim, Seoul Dynasty
  • Sung-Hyeok "Highly" Lee, London Spitfire
  • Sung-Hyeon "JJoNak" Bang, New York Excelsior
  • Minki "Viol2t" Park, San Francisco Shock
  • Kyung-bo "Alarm" Kim, Philadelphia Fusion

Who is Meta?

The eight players in the Asia region with the best Fleta Deadlift percentages will compete in a Hero Gauntlet match. A Fleta Deadlift is when a player accounts for 50% or more of team’s final blows in a map win. A Hero Gauntlet match is a free-for-all where each player initially spawns as McCree, and each time they get an elimination they swap into a new hero. The winner is the first player to get an elimination using a pool of 22 heroes.


  • Huang "leave" Xin, Chengdu Hunters
  • Yeong-han "SP9RK1E" Kim, Paris Eternal
  • Seon-Chang “ANS” Lee, San Francisco Shock
  • Hyo-Jong "Haksal" Kim, New York Excelsior
  • Gil-Seong “Glister” Lim, London Spitfire
  • Byung-sun "Fleta" Kim, Shanghai Dragons
  • Ji-hyeok "birdring" Kim, Los Angeles Gladiators
  • Dong-jun "Rascal" Kim, San Francisco Shock

OWL All-Stars Asia: Prize pool

The following cash prizes await those who come out on top on the different All-Stars events:

  • All-Star Game winner $90,000      
  • Widowmaker 1v1 winner $15,000   
  • Widowmaker 1v1 runner-up $7,500      
  • Winston Skill Challenge winner $4,000     
  • Genji Skill Challenge winner $4,000      
  • Ana Skill Challenge winner    $4,000 
  • Who is Meta? winner $3,000

OWL All-Stars Asia: How to watch

You can catch all the All-Stars action in the official Overwatch League YouTube channel, which we've linked down below.

For more on the Overwatch League, check out the brand-new All-Star skins for D.Va and Reinhardt.