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Overwatch League Dallas matches sell out

Tickets to the first-ever home market matches in Overwatch League history have sold out. Hosted by the Dallas Fuel, the Overwatch League matches being contested during April 27-28 will have sold out the 4,500 capacity Allen Event Center in Texas.

Eight matches will be held over the two days. The weekend will be the first of three Homestand Weekends this season in the Overwatch League.

“We’re excited to make history as Dallas hosts the first home game in Overwatch League history,” said Dallas Fuel owner Mike Rufail.

“Homestand Weekend is going to be a great show for fans in North Texas, as many of the world’s top professional players will face off in eight live matches over two days. We’re proud to share this experience with the fans in attendance and the entire community watching around the world.”

Later this year, the The Atlanta Reign and Los Angeles Valiant will also host matches in the Overwatch League.

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