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Overwatch World Cup Viewing Parties in Europe

Overwatch World Cup Viewing Parties in Europe

Heroes from across the globe are preparing to clash in the Overwatch World Cup Finals at BlizzCon 2018 next week. Starting Friday, November 2, the United Kingdom, France, and Finland will be battling for European pride, and you can cheer on the action alongside fellow fans at one of the viewing parties listed below:


Paris: “Meltdown Paris” 

Grenoble: “Meltdown Grenoble” 

Caen: “Meltdown Caen” 

Troyes: “Meltdown Troyes” 

Strasburg: “Meltdown Strasbourg” 

Rennes: “Meltdown Rennes” 

Lyon: “Meltdown Lyon” 


London: “Meltdown London” 

London: “Loading Bar: Sheperds Bush” 


Kouvola: “Gastropub Betony” 

Tampere: “Tampere esports Klubi” (Saturday only)

Jyväskylä: "Ilokivi" (Saturday only)


Catania: “Clan Gaming Center” 

Rome: "RedStar Gaming"  

Rome: “TESLA Gaming Center” 


Cologne: “Meltdown Cologne” 

Berlin: “Interface Bar”  (Friday only)


Zürich: “eParadise” 

Lausanne: "Qwertz


Madrid: “Meltdown Madrid” 

Valencia: “Meltdown Valencia” 


Vienna: “Respawn Esports Bar” 


Copenhagen: “Triheart café” 

The Netherlands:

Alphen aan den Rijn: “Esports Game Arena” 

Be sure to drop by and catch the Overwatch World Cup Top 8, featuring the following matchups:

  • Nov. 2, 20:15 CET — United States vs United Kingdom
  • Nov. 2, 22:15 CET — France vs Canada
  • Nov. 3, 00:15 CET — China vs Finland
  • Nov. 3, 02:15 CET — South Korea vs Australia

Check out the official Overwatch World Cup website for all the details, including full team rosters, as well as the semi-final and final match times.

While these viewing parties aren't organized by Blizzard directly, each venue will be giving away some sweet loot to lucky visitors. And to keep you on the edge of your seat between Overwatch World Cup matches, many venues will be broadcasting other esports tournaments live from BlizzCon throughout the weekend.

If you're planning to attend a viewing party or are hosting your own gathering, remember to share the fun on social media using #OWWC2018.
Enjoy the show!