What is Overwatch and How to Play?
Overwatch is an online multiplayer shooter game where you can choose one of many different characters to fight your enemies. This game was developed by Blizzard Entertainment, a well-known name in the gaming industry that has brought us popular franchises such as StarCraft, Diablo, and World of Warcraft.
Overwatch is a hero shooter game. All characters have unique abilities so that every player can find their favorite one to dominate the game. There might be some finer differences, but the main roles are:
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If you’re already an experienced and confident Overwatch player, you can win big money playing on our site. No matter if you have a team or you want to play solo queue, there are options for you.
On our site, register and then go to the Duel Arena and choose what kind of game you would like to play. Join a public game or add your team and challenge another team. There are even tournaments you can join as a team and fight for the final prize, which is the total of all the participants’ combined bets.
- Solo queue
Rules of Overwatch
- All heroes allowed
- No limit to selecting roles
- Hero switching allowed
- Random hero respawns: off
- High bandwidth
- Health: 100%
- Damage: 100%
- Healing: 100%
- Charge rate: 100%
- Respawn time: 100%
- Cooldowns: 100%
- Skins allowed
- Healthbars visible
- Skins allowed
- No headshot only
- No team balancing
You may choose whatever map you prefer, but you must specify which map it is in the comments upon duel creation. With that said, here are our recommended 1v1 maps picks:
- Ecopoint: Antarctica
- Black Forest
- Lijiang Tower
Step 2: Once your opponent has accepted your duel, start up Overwatch. At this point, we strongly recommend using a recording software of your choice or OBS (tutorial here). You may also use the streaming service of your choice, but make sure to archive your streams for future reference, in case of a litigation case.
Step 3: Make sure the people you want to play against (or with) are your friends list on Battle.net, this will make the whole process much easier.
- When in the main menu, press Play, and then Arcade.
- Choose Create game.
- On Settings choose Presets and then Mystery Duel.
- You may instead choose to disable every hero but one, in which case, you must mention that this duel is meant for a specific hero in the comments, For example: Hanzo 1v1.
- You may alter the rules to your liking, but every alteration should be noted in the comments prior to the duel taking place. Note that too many alterations may be frowned upon by other duelists.
- When done, press Back and invite your opponent using the Invite button and Start the game for the duel to take place.
Rules that must be honored
- Any bad language, disruptive, or offensive behavior will result in various penalties.
- Captains or individuals will receive warnings after their first offense.
- Making a second offense could result in an automatic loss.
- If a player or a team consistently breach the rules of behavior they will be disqualified and possibly banned from the platform.
Now that you know the basics click the "Deal Arena" button to start playing and earning.