On April 4, the Overwatch League’s 3rd phase kicked off with an exciting start. As the Overwatch League continues to grow and becomes the center of Overwatch esports, Blizzard has partnered with Twitch to deliver an esports experience to fans like no other with the All-Access Overwatch League Pass.
With this All-Access Pass, users will gain access to a plethora of features to add to the excitement of the Overwatch League, as well as take the chance to go even deeper with top level strategy. With a pass, players will gain access to the following features: a personal overhead map of an OWL map, exclusive alternate camera angles from a match, live stats that update as games go on, player face cams for each match, a special chatroom where players can submit questions concerning the last two teams that played during that day for other players to answer on stream, weekly match analysis from players explaining their thoughts, 23 global Twitch emotes, 2 Twitch badges, a passholder-only chat, and ad-free viewing for the OWL. In addition, starting on April 14, owners of the pass will gain access to exclusive skins for McCree, Moira, and Soldier: 76 for personal use in Overwatch as well as an in-game spray and player icon.
To entice users to purchase the All-Access Overwatch League Pass, there will be a free trial for limited All-Access Pass features with the overhead maps, alternate camera angles, live stats, and player cams. This free trial will last until May 15. These paid benefits will last until the start of the Overwatch League 2019 season. After the start of the next, however, owners of the All-Access Pass will still retain their Twitch emotes, Twitch badges, and in-game content.
The All-Access Overwatch League Pass will run users $30 if they are a standard Twitch member or $20 if they are a Twitch Prime member. Act quickly, though, as the Twitch Prime offer will only last until April 11.