How the Overwatch League pushed for the LA Valiant to move to China—and what comes next

Fifteen days. That’s how long the Overwatch esports community sat in silence, awaiting news about the Los Angeles Valiant’s unclear future. 

On Jan. 14, reporter Aaron “Halo” Spake tweeted that Immortals Gaming Club had sold the Valiant—once one of the Overwatch League’s most popular teams—to an unnamed Chinese organization and that it’d release its roster. The Valiant quickly responded, denying the allegation of sale in one tweet, but confirming a move to the Asia-Pacific region in another.

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