Overwatch Gets New Currency For Overwatch League Skins In 2018

Blizzard									Overwatch League starts preseason action Wednesday night

Blizzard Overwatch League starts preseason action Wednesday night

Each purchase goes to the team in question. "In addition to ensuring that all proceeds from your league-related purchases are properly shared with our 12 inaugural season teams, this system also makes it easier for fans to rep the teams they love on the heroes they prefer".

This new currency has been launched to make sure that it achieves its intended goal - to support the teams in the league by the sale of their skins. This special currency will be used by players to purchase Overwatch League skins that will not be available in Loot Boxes. Players who log on to the game in the first month of the Overwatch League's launch will receive enough tokens to buy one team skin.

There are 12 registered teams in the Overwatch League, and each of them will have unique skins in their colors. In the video below, Overwatch League Commissioner Nate Nanzer compares it to buying a jersey for your favourite team in any other sport - it shows your support, but it also gives money directly to your team of choice.

Of course, one of the major features in the Overwatch League is the teamplay.

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On December 5th, Nate Nanzer, the League commissioner, posted a video introducing the newly implemented Overwatch League Token on the Overwatch League official website.

Take note that the Overwatch League tokens will be only used to buy in-game content for the Overwatch League.

It remains unclear, however, how players will be able to acquire more Overwatch League tokens, such as whether they can be earned while playing matches. New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft co-owns the Boston Uprising, and Los Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenke co-owns the Los Angeles Gladiators.

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