OWL and ABK February Recap
We're talking through all of February's news from OWL and ABK as Season 5 comes into focus. #OWL2022...
We’re back to cover the last month of Activision-Blizzard-King news as the ABK board continue to ignore striking workers from Raven Software. Months of striking and requests for negotiation continue to go unaknowledged from leadership as workers opt to unionize. We talk about ABK’s strategy for deflating the union’s momentum and how QA workers are holding strong in the face of major obstacles.
The major announcement of Microsoft purchasing the company offers hope for potential reshuffling of ABK’s executive leadership, but some worry that change may not be coming at all. We talk about how the blockbuster deal may affect Overwatch 2’s development and the broad future of the franchise. We elaborate on what Franchise owners are likely feeling with the current state of uncertainty aroud the season’s launch and where things might go from here.
We talk about the ramifications of the purchase on Overwatch and Overwatch League.
Julian is an Overwatch podcaster and host of Push the Point. He's an avid fan of Disney movies, Star Wars, and losing SR points. You can typically find him watching/playing Overwatch, or watching Jojo's Bizarre Adventure.
LoBosco is an esports broadcaster who has wandered his way over to podcasting. As if casting every chance he can wasn't enough, now he wants to talk about Overwatch League as much as he casts. You can hear him with Ramses on Push the Point.
Its a wild ride this week, strap in!
Rei talks about dealing with guildies who keep missing raid, while everyone enjoys the Love is in the Air update.
A competitive "Avatar" fighting game, DBFZ anticipates updates, Max receives the Legacy Award, and Capcom Cup discussion.
We're recapping 2023, just a little bit late. Lots patches and drama to reminisce about in this one. Also spoilers.
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