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Blizzard Releases 2019 Overwatch League All-Access Pass on Twitch

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Blizzard Releases 2019 Overwatch League All-Access Pass on Twitch

The second Overwatch League season is set to kick off in just two weeks and in anticipation of new season, Blizzard has just released the 2019 Overwatch League All-Access Pass.

Continuing their partnership with Twitch from last year, the 2019 All-Access Pass will give viewers exclusive match viewing options, Twitch perks, and in-game rewards. This year’s All-Access Pass costs $14.99 which is a significant discount compared to 2018’s $29.99 price.

One big bonus for 2018 Pass-holders was the Twitch Overwatch League command center that gave them access to exclusive viewpoints. The command center is returning from last year and will now include new customization options.

Viewers will be able to pick from preset layouts that allow them to swap between their preferred match feeds quickly. These match feeds include player POVs, an overhead map view, and the main broadcast.

Pass-holders will also have access to ad-free viewing, Pass-holder-only chat, live Overwatch League player interviews, unique badges and emotes, and viewing challenges. If you are also a Twitch Prime member, your All-Access Pass purchase will include 500 bits.

Outside of the Twitch rewards, anyone who buys the League pass will also receive a one-time 20% discount for the Overwatch League Store and 200 in-game Overwatch League Tokens. 100 Overwatch League Tokens will get you a team’s home and away skins for one character, so you’ll be able to get four new skins total.

Overall, the discounted price and new features seem like an excellent deal for hardcore Overwatch League fans who purchased the All-Access Pass last year. The lower cost will also likely help convince even more people to become Pass-holders this season.

You can check out Blizzard’s full post about the 2019 All-Access Pass here. If you want to learn more about the 2019 Overwatch League season, be sure to check out our coverage of the season’s packed schedule and additional cities. The Overwatch League’s 2019 season begins on Feb. 14.

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