DoA shares concerns about Overwatch League following MonteCristo's departure
The Overwatch League will look a lot different next season following the departure of Christopher “MonteCristo” Mykles. Earlier this week, the veteran caster cited creative differences as the main reason he was leaving the talent desk.
But Monte isn’t the only one who brought up concerns about how OWL is handling things and where the product is heading. His longtime broadcast partner Erik “DoA” Lonnquist is also unsure of his plans regarding the league.
After Monte made it known he would not be returning, DoA revealed that his contract with OWL is up and he is still in the process of figuring out what he wants to do next.
“As for my own 2020 plans, my OWL contract is also over as of today,” DoA said. “I’ve put everything I had into Overwatch since 2016, although I absolutely share Monte’s concerns about the league. That said, I still believe in the concept of what it’s trying to do in the esports space and I’m still totally in love with the game in general.”
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