Denial Esports, an international competitive gaming organization which has rose to prominence in the industry over the past few years, has expanded their company with the signing of an Overwatch squad. Many other eSports organizations have begun branching out from their roots by signing teams and players to represent their companies on various titles such as Starcraft 2, League of Legends, etc. Denial Esports, recognizing the potential in the relatively new Blizzard FPS (First Person Shooter), Overwatch, have now made themselves as a competitor in this field as well, along with their teams that compete on other well-known PC franchises.
Overwatch began to receive attention from the eSports community upon its release, due to its great potential to be a great competitive title, both for the players along with its spectators. Several other popular eSports companies have acquired teams of their own to represent them in the Overwatch universe, and Denial now has one as well. The team is experienced in other First Person Shooters, such as Call of Duty and Team Fortress 2. With Overwatch’s popularity rising in the competitive gaming scene, expect more skilled players and teams to be signed by some of your favorite household eSports organizations as they too expand their companies.
The roster for Denial.Overwatch is as follows:
Colin “Jolson” Anderson (DPS)
Derek “zza” Johnson (DPS)
Jacob “endless’ P. (Tank/Flex)
Michael “GodHand” Hoang (Support)
Donald “Dahun” Leigh (Support)
Félix ”xQc” Lengyel (Tank)