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Overwatch League 2019: First two teams qualify for the second stage of the Playoffs

Four more teams will fight for their places later on today.

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Seoul Dynasty and Vancouver Titans have secured their places in the second stage of the Overwatch League 2019 Stage 1 Playoffs.

The Dynasty were able to see off their rivals New York Excelsior by dominating them with a 3-1 scoreline, while the Titans were able to go even further and beat Boston Uprising 3-0.

Those results will see both victors go head to head in the first semifinal stage that's scheduled to take place at 12:00pm PT on Saturday 23rd March.

The next pair of semifinalists will be confirmed a little later on today. Here's when the remaining four Top 8 teams from Stage 1 will go head to head:

  • Atlanta Reign v Philadelphia Fusion - 6:00pm PT
  • San Francisco Shock v Toronot Defiant - 8:00pm PT

You'll be able to watch both matches on the official Overwatch League Twitch stream, which we've embedded for you below.

The two winners from today's matches will then go head to head in Saturday's second match, which will begin at 3:00pm PT.

The final itself is scheduled to take place on Sunday 24th March at 12:00pm PT.

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