Author: @Loadscr33n

HBO will be releasing the final part of their Patriot’s documentary on December 10th

After a successful premiere of the “Do Your Job Part III: Bill Belichick and the 2018 Patriots” documentary on Wednesday, HBO announces that there is still one more documentary it wants to offer to the global audience who have been a fan of the NFL for a while now. According to HBO, the documentary named “Belichick and Saban: The art of Coaching” will premiere on December 10th, 2019 after this year’s season has reached its peak. Should the Patriots be successful in their attempt to gain victory, it will be like icing on the cake when the documentary finally...

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Uprising Stage 3 Week 3 Preview

New to Overwatch? Get caught up on everything Overwatch League by reading our introduction. Thursday, June 20th @ 7:00pm: San Francisco Shock Sunday, June 23rd @ 4:45pm: Paris Eternal What better way to rebound from an 0-4 start to the stage then finding yourself facing the last stage’s champion? That’s where the boys in blue find themselves this week as they face off against the San Francisco Shock Thursday night. Following that, on Sunday they get a rematch with the Paris Eternal, who took out Boston just two weeks ago 3-1. Talk about a horror show wrapped inside a disaster....

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Uprising Stage 3 Week 2 Preview: Outlaws and Fusion

With Stage 3 in full gear, the Boston Uprising look to earn what eluded them opening week – a win. After getting swept by the London Spitfire and only winning a single map against the Paris Eternal, things couldn’t get much worse for Boston. Another week brings a new set of opponents and opportunities to get things going in the right direction. Here’s what lays in front of them.

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Monday Shotcaller: Stage 3 Week 1

After a month long break to think about getting reverse swept by the lowly Washington Justice, the Uprising launch Stage 3 against the London Spitfire and Paris Eternal. One pretty great team and a fellow mid-tier team. What could go wrong? Turns out, everything.

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What OWL could learn from the Uprising’s Collegiate Cup

Boston Uprising’s second annual Collegiate Cup was held this past Sunday at the Back Bay Events Center in Boston. Defending champion Northeastern University found themselves in the semifinals along with Boston University, UMass Amherst, and Emerson College. A different type of venue, crowd, and competitors brought a different experience than the typical Overwatch League match. I think the league could learn from the good and bad that the college tournament showed. Good: Hype Videos While some Overwatch League matches have short vignettes that try to establish some personality to the players, I haven’t seen one that could hold the...

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Monday Morning Shotcaller: Stage 2 Week 3

Admit it. Down 2-0 at halftime against both the London Spitfire and Vancouver Titans, you thought Boston could come back and reverse sweep. You thought there was some magic left down in the well. That the spark that lit the fire against Dallas, Atlanta, and Toronto was still burning. It’s ok, I did too.

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Uprising Stage 2 Week 2 Preview: Hangzhou Spark

Let’s throw some crazy new comps out there. Let’s stick Blase on Baptiste in new and exciting ways. We can be the ones to show what this new hero can do. How about we drop Sombra for a week and let rCk pop off and show just how good a DVa he is. Colourhex should get perma locked on Widow just to put a nail on the whole ‘one match fluke’ fake news I’ve seen percolate around Reddit.

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Monday Morning Shotcaller: Stage 2 Week 1

You have to give it to the Uprising – they do everything they can to make it interesting. Because after opening Stage 2 with a pair of reverse sweeps (3rd in a row in stage play) the entire league is catching on to the interesting story of of the Uprising. A team whose GM will make any roster change he can to better the team, fans be damned. A team full of players perceived to be ‘unknown’ or ‘unproven’ or ‘inexperienced.’ And a group who never says die and can’t be counted out till the last fuse of overtime burns out.

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Boston Uprising’s Watch Party in Worcester, MA:

Going into Thursday night’s matchup against the Atlanta Reign, the Boston Uprising looked to come out strong in the first week of stage 2. On the other side of the country, Boston Uprising’s staff were similarly looking to come out strong with their first watch party in Worcester, MA. While the team had hosted two standing room only watch parties in downtown Boston (and one in Foxboro) – Worcester was the team’s first foray outside of the Boston metropolitan area. Would Uprising fans come out hyped to support their team outside of Boston?

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