Watch the IEM Sydney 2019 Overwatch Contenders Australia Season 1 Grand Final

The Overwatch Contenders Australia Season 1 grand final is happening today at IEM Sydney 2019.

Australian teams Sydney Dropbears and Order will compete for their share of a $100,000 (USD) prize pool; with the winning team going on to compete in the Overwatch Pacific Showdown in China later this month.

Sydney Dropbears yesterday managed to fight off would-be rivals Melbourne Mavericks to place in today’s grand final. But do they have the determination to defeat Order, thereby securing their fourth consecutive Overwatch Contender Australia title? 

When and How to Watch the Overwatch Contenders Grand Final

Fans attending IEM Sydney 2019 can catch all of the action on the second stage when doors open at 12:30 pm AEDT. If you don’t have tickets, it’s not too late to grab them. Tickets can be purchased on the IEM Sydney website.

For those watching from home, we’ve compiled when and how to watch today’s grand final.

Sydney Dropbears have won three consecutive Overwatch Contender Australia seasons; today the team is looking to secure their forth and a spot in the upcoming Overwatch Pacific Showdown.

Order easily toppled Blank eSports yesterday in their semifinal match, sweeping the competition 3-0. But do they have what it takes to defeat Dropbears on their home turf in Sydney? The last time these two teams met, Dropbears walked away victorious 4-1.

Be sure to tune in and cheer on your favourite team when the grand final begins at 12:30 pm AEDT.

 Jayden Williams travelled to Sydney, Australia as a guest of Acer. All accommodation and meals were provided by Acer.

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Jayden Williams
I started playing video games on my grandmother's Sega Master System (go, Alex Kidd!) and after almost 3 decades haven't looked back. I've written for various gaming outlets over the years and enjoy playing across all console platforms and genre types, though have a penchant for action/adventure, RPGs and loot-shooters. Pokémon is my favourite franchise and was there at the birth of the infamous 'rare candy' hack.

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