The Overwatch competitive landscape is fast losing teams and players. The teams are deserting the scene after Blizzard announced its plans to lure traditional sports owners into the league with a $20 million buy-in price.
Retired. Straight up that's it. Thanks for any support I got while I played. pic.twitter.com/q5ZibZXtIy
— Chris Mehlhoff (@kopheeOW) August 5, 2017
However with only seven teams announced so far, it seems there will not be many teams on the market for budding Overwatch players. The strength of Korean teams with their exceptional players definitely poses a threat to the NA teams.
Kophee has decided to step down from Overwatch as he does not believe in his chances of making it into the OWL.Kophee was a part of Team Envision. EnVision were in the Top 8 of contenders.