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Overwatch Is Coming Home
Friday 15th March, 2019 20:11 Comments: 0
A little while ago I suggested (to some friends that I play Overwatch with) that Overwatch could have teams based in their countries (or states) and implement a "homegrown" rule as seen in football (or soccer, if you're American).

It seems that the first part of that prediction may be happening soon. It'd be great to watch London Spitfire playing in London again, after meeting them at the Gilded Gala.

Teams can have up to 12 members, but only six can play at a time. My suggestion would be that teams should be required to have a minimum of six homegrown players. This means someone that's a national of that team (e.g. London Spitfire would allow anyone from the UK), or has been playing for that team for a number of years. If you don't have six homegrown players you lose a number of spots. So you could have twelve homegrown players, or six and six (so you can have the best players from other countries/teams playing alongside the locals), or six non-homegrown players (no substitutions).
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