A schedule and stream for all of the biggest European World Cup matches taking place this weekend.
We’ve been waiting to see whether Blizzard would provide an official calendar of events for the first Overwatch World Cup, and we have to say it’s been a little frustrating trying to track down all of the details about what exactly is happening and when. Without any updates on the official World Cup site, it’s hard to know how things stand at any given time.
There are no official streams that we’re aware of either, but the good news is that ESL is hosting a series of matches taking in much of this weekend’s action for the European region. Not all matches are featured here, and the list is subject to change as the weekend wears on, but you should find this page an excellent source of some of the hottest competitive action taking place over the next few days.
We’ll do our best to keep this list updated and also track down a few timings for the rest of the matches – assuming we can find them. If we can pull this information together, we’ll also add in stream links so you can watch live, and also provide VOD where we can. This should help you catch up on any of the action that you weren’t able to take in at the time.
If you do come across details of when and where all World Cup qualifier matches are being streamed, please let us know in the comments!
On this page:
Overwatch World Cup: Schedule and streams (Europe)
Overwatch World Cup: European schedule
|9th September||Austria vs Serbia||18:30 CEST|
|Austria vs Czech Republic||20:00 CEST|
|Norway vs Portugal||21:00 CEST|
|10th September||France vs Croatia||12:30 CEST|
|Finland vs Hungary||15:30 CEST|
|Sweden vs Slovakia||17:00 CEST|
|Romania vs Slovakia||19:00 CEST|
|Germany vs Ireland||21:00 CEST|
|11th September||France vs Portugal||14:00 CEST|
|Hungary vs United Kingdom||15:30 CEST|
|Finland vs United Kingdom||17:00 CEST|
|Germany vs CIS & Baltic Area||18:00 CEST|
|Italy vs Russia||21:00 CEST|