It has everything done. The London Spitfire and the Philadelphia Fusion have made their way to the Barclay Center and it's time to see who the league's best team is. The Grand Finals series will be the best of three, with one game taking place tonight and the other two (or possibly just one) taking place tomorrow night.
The night began with Dorada, with Philly on the first attack. They chose a twin sniper, a wrecking ball comp that did not work so well against the Triple Tank, a double-sniper fortress complex that London used. Philadelphia then moved from Reinhardt / Zarya to Winston / D.Va, which worked much better. They fought at the end, but eventually reached the finish line.
London came much harder at Dorado. They made their way through the card cleaner and it looked like they were taking the card. Philadelphia, however, had different ideas. They changed a bit and stuck to the last point. The merger could hold it and take the first card 3-2
Card 2 went to Oasis and was much less of the same match. From the gates of Point A the London Spitfire came to a convincing team fight. They would do it 1
Oakwood was the next, Philadelphia was again in attack. The offensive exchanged Boombox for Poko and gave the merger three tankers and only one healer. This creativity was developed for her in New York in the semifinals, but against the Spitfire she did not work. They could only make it through the first strangler. That meant that London could only do it where Philly left off, and they could do it pretty easily.
Match point took place on Volskaya, and the London Spitfire held off the Philadelphia merger again very well. They could only get the first tick at point B. London had a hard time getting that first tick, but finally did.
London has officially added the first card in the Grand Finals series. There were so many good games tonight, so if you have not, check out the VOD on OverwatchLeague.com.
The game of tomorrow starts at 4 o'clock EST with Twitch, ESPN and Disney XD.