The Overwatch League and Twitter announced their multiyear partnership that will bring the Overwatch League content to the Twitter platform.
The multiyear deal will bring the Overwatch League broadcasts and highlights to Twitter, allowing users to easily access content from the Overwatch League. "The collaboration breaks new ground in creative programming and video-on-demand content," the post read.
The partnership will begin with the Overwatch League All-Star Weekend, which takes place Saturday and Sunday.
Watchpoint, a weekly preview show that covers multiple parts of the Overwatch League, will be streamed through the official Overwatch League Twitter starting in the league's Season 2. Near real-time clips and highlights from games throughout the All-Star Weekend and all of Season 2 will be shared on Twitter.
"Twitter is where Overwatch League conversations happen and we’re thrilled to bring more content to the platform for several years," Head of gaming partnerships at Twitter Rishi Chadha said. "Overwatch League is one of the most Tweeted-about esports leagues on the platform, and this partnership will bolster that conversation."
The Overwatch League All-Star Weekend will feature custom game modes and teams comprised of players from various league teams.