Snowball’s own Andrew “Ducky” Amos is officially headed to the Anaheim Convention Center to cover the Overwatch World Cup playoffs and finals live on the ground.
He’ll be keenly following Team Australia’s journey after they qualified alongside China at the Bangkok Group Stage.
“If OWWC was monumental, then going to BlizzCon is absolutely out of this universe. As much as I can say the hard work put in can speak for itself, I wouldn’t have had the chance to test myself in the world of esports without building my base back home with Contenders Australia and OPL. A massive thanks has to go out to everyone who’s helped me make it that far – but definitely no one else more than Wray, Swifty, Reece and the rest of the Snowballers.
BlizzCon is going to have some amazing content over all streams, so keep your eyes peeled. I’m going to tell the stories to put Australia on the map on the world stage – and hopefully not nervously break down when I interview an OWL player again! See you in Anaheim!”
– Andrew “Ducky” Amos
Stay tuned for more details on our World Cup/BlizzCon coverage in the coming weeks.
Team Australia will take on South Korea at 11:15am AEST on the Overwatch World Cup stage at BlizzCon on November 3.