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Overwatch World Cup 2018 guide: BlizzCon schedule, teams and Twitch stream

How to watch this weekend's final matches at BlizzCon.

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Our Overwatch World Cup 2018 guide contains a schedule, Twitch stream and team overview for this weekend's final matches at BlizzCon.

The grand finals of the Overwatch World Cup 2018 are due to kick off at BlizzCon this weekend, with eight teams from around the world battling to take home the ultimate glory for their country.

In our guide to the finals, we've pulled together all of the information you're going to need to follow the action. We've got a complete schedule of events - including global start times - details of which teams made the final cut, and a stream embed so you can follow the action as it happens.

As the results come in, we'll add the scores to the bracket table included in this article. We'll make sure that everything's covered up with spoiler tags, so that you don't inadvertently learn the result before you can get a chance to enjoy the action for yourself!


The first day's matches have now concluded and we've added in the results behind spoiler tags. We've also added the latest semifinal information, again hidden from view in case you don't want anything spoiled!

Overwatch World Cup: Schedule

The finals will be taking place at BlizzCon between 2nd-3rd November. Here's when each match is scheduled to take place.

Note that all times are given in GMT. For mainland Europe add one hour, or subtract seven hours for PT and six hours for ET.

Friday 2nd November

MatchTeam 1ResultTeam 2
QF1 (7:15pm)United Kingdom3-1USA
QF2 (9:15pm)Australia0-3South Korea
QF3 (11:15pm)China3-0Finland
QF4 (1:15am - 3rd November)Canada3-0France

Saturday 3rd November

MatchTeam 1ResultTeam 2
SF1 (4:30pm)South Korea2-0United Kingdom
SF1 (6:30pm)China3-0Canada
Bronze (8:30pm)United KingdomN/ACanada
Finals (10:45pm)South KoreaN/AChina

Overwatch World Cup: Stream

The Overwatch World Cup 2018 finals are being broadcast on YouTube. Here's an embed so you can get stuck right into the action!

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