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Published: 5/Nov/2018 20:16 Updated: 5/Nov/2018 22:18by Bill Cooney
As he discussed his experience at the Overwatch World Cup with fans, streamer Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel revealed he didn’t think Blizzard will continue to hold the annual competition in the future.
“I thought it was POG, maybe because I’m a player I’m biased a bit but we’re not going to play anymore I think,” xQc told viewers as he watched highlights from the weekend.
“Now that I think about it, this might be the last time we [Team Canada] ever compete,” he continued, talking about the current players for Team Canada.
“I think I’ve heard next year there might not be another World Cup so I think that’s pretty much it,” a disappointed xQc told viewers.
“I think that’s it, I think that’s the end of the road for us boys,” the streamer revealed to fans.
The Overwatch World Cup wrapped up at BlizzCon last weekend with South Korea making history as the only nation to still ever win an Overwatch World Cup.
xQc and Team Canada walked away with third place in the tournament, but Blizzard hasn’t announced anything so far concerning next year’s Overwatch World Cup.