Find out who's playing who in today's schedule of competitive play.
The Thailand Group stage of the Overwatch World Cup is now well under way, with teams from around the world doing battle in the Royal Paragon Hall of the Siam Shopping Centre in Bangkok.
On the second day of competitive play, Denmark has already narrowly seen off Spain, while Australia’s team achieved a comprehensive victory thanks to a 4-0 domination over Thailand.
There are several more matches lined up for today. If you’d like to follow the action, here’s who’s playing who and when each encounter is scheduled to kick off. We’ve also dropped in a Twitch embed for you right below the schedule itself:
- Australia v Denmark – 20:00 PDT / 4:00AM BST / 5:00AM CEST
- China v Thailand – 21:45 PDT / 5:45AM BST / 6:45AM CEST
- Australia v Sweden – 23:30 PDT / 7:30AM BST / 8:30AM CEST
It’s a late night for those of us watching on the western side of the world, in other words.
Here’s the official Overwatch World Cup Twitch stream, which will be back online when the Australia v Denmark match begins a little later on today:
After this weekend’s action in Bangkok, the Overwatch World Cup packs up its bags and heads to Paris for the fourth and final Group stage of 2018’s international tournament.
Once the Group stages are out of the way, the two best-performing teams from each group will then make their way to Anaheim, Los Angeles for the World Cup Playoffs. The finals will take place at Blizzard’s annual BlizzCon player convention between 2nd and 3rd of November.