INSIDE LOOK: TORONTO DEFIANT'S NEW L.A. DIGS

INSIDE LOOK: TORONTO DEFIANT'S NEW L.A. DIGS

From Korea to the Hills, Toronto Defiant's Overwatch journey to California continues

(TORONTO, CANADA — December 19, 2018) — Toronto's new Overwatch esports franchise, the Toronto Defiant, have found a new home in Los Angeles ahead of their season opener on February 15, 2019 — and it’s got eight bedrooms, a basketball court and an outdoor pool! 

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Front office staff have landed a Team House in Beverly Hills, that will be shared by all eight  players while they live in LA throughout the 2019 season. While the place still needs a touch of Toronto-branding and a whole lot of tech and computer equipment, the team is sharing photos of their new digs with their fans.

Here's the first look at where Envy, Neko, Ivy, Yakpung, Aid, Stellar, Asher and RoKy will call home:

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The 2019 Overwatch season gets going for the Defiant on February 15, 2019 (4pm PST, 7pm ET) when they take on the Houston Outlaws at Blizzard Arena.

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The full 2019 Toronto Defiant schedule was released last week, with the juicy all-Canadian match up on tap for May 3. On June 14, Defiant will take on the London Spitfire, the 2018 Champions.  July 6, the team will travel to Atlanta to take on the Reign in one of the three away games for Overwatch Season 2.

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More photos and video content will be shared with fans as the team lands and settles in California in the new year. To keep up with the latest, make sure to follow @TorontoDefiant on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Paulo Senra Vice President, Content and Communications, OverActive Media
About OverActive Media

OAM is a global esports and entertainment organization that combines franchised team ownership with audience engagement to connect with fans, franchise partners and corporate sponsors around the world. In North America, OAM owns the Toronto Defiant of the Overwatch League ("OWL") and the Toronto Ultra of the Call of Duty League ("CDL"). In Europe, OAM operates the Spain-based MAD Lions organization with teams in League of Legends European Championship ("LEC") and in Counter-Strike Global Offensive ("CSGO"). OAM is a founding equity partner of B Site Inc. and a franchise holder in the Flashpoint CSGO league. OAM also owns a live events division, OAM LIVE. 

OAM is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.