The Overwatch League 2020 competition schedule, including a full list of matches and weekend series,

will be announced in the coming weeks. The season will run from February through August 2020 with

each team playing 28 matches. Sign up for the Priority Access email list and follow @DallasFuel on

Twitter for the latest announcements.

When will the full 2020 schedule be announced?

The Fuel will announce the venues we have selected in the coming weeks when the schedule is

revealed. We intend to play in multiple parts of North Texas in 2020 to make it convenient for as many Fuel and

Overwatch fans to attend our events.

Where will the Fuel play their home matches in 2020?

Our sold-out matches for the 2019 Bud Light Homestand Weekend were a major indicator of success for the

Overwatch League. The fan energy made the event incredible. If you liked Homestand Weekend, you’ll

love the 2020 weekends. Fans can expect multiple Overwatch League matches played over two days in a

festival-style atmosphere for each weekend hosted in North Texas in 2020.

Will the 2020 Overwatch weekends look the same as the 2019 Dallas Fuel Homestand Weekend?

Sign up for the Priority Access list at DallasFuel.com. We expect multiple weekends to sellout quickly

when tickets go on sale. More details on ticket sales will be announced to Priority Access list members in

the coming weeks.

How can I buy tickets for the 2020 Dallas Fuel Overwatch weekends?

Dallas Fuel players and coaches will be moving to Dallas this fall. Players and staff will live, practice and

play in front of their fans on a consistent basis. We’re excited to give the fans more and more

opportunities to share in the excitement of Overwatch competition in our home market.

Will the Dallas Fuel players actually move to Dallas for 2020 season or be based somewhere else,

given they will be traveling so often?

The Dallas Fuel will play 10 matches in front of our hometown crowd in North Texas and 18 matches in

other markets during the 2020 season. The new West Division gives fans the opportunities to take in

Fuel matches in major destination cities like Vancouver, Los Angeles and San Francisco, and we also

expect to be playing on international stages throughout 2020. Join the Dallas Fuel Discord to connect

with Fuel fans from around the world and plan your road game meet-ups.

How can Dallas Fuel fans support the Fuel at away matches?

Teams are responsible for selecting and operating the venues and their events to ensure fans have the

best experience possible. We learned a lot from Bud Light Homestand Weekend and have more time and resources to put into the events and entertainment for our five weekends in 2020. The Overwatch

League will continue to operate the broadcast production for all matches.

What part of the five weekend series do the Fuel manage versus what’s managed by the Overwatch


The weekend series model is a smart step all teams are taking for the 2020 season. We’ve proven the

model works well in North Texas and are excited to host five weekends in 2020. We expect to continue

to offer more opportunities for our hometown fans in future seasons.

What is the plan for increasing the number of home games in future Overwatch League seasons?

Our leadership and staff are working directly with the Overwatch League to make sure players’ needs

are kept in mind during the planning process for future league seasons. The high energy atmosphere

makes our players even more exited to take the stage. We’ll continue to provide Dallas Fuel players and

coaches with support, staffing and benefits that enable them to focus on competing at the highest


What resources are being made available to the players to help them transition to a new intense

environment of away matches?

Make sure to follow the Dallas Fuel team and players on social media, join the official Dallas Fuel Discord

channel, sign up for Priority Access Dallas Fuel email alerts, or check out the local independent fan club,

Fahrenheit 214, for more events and fan meet ups in North Texas.

How do I join the local North Texas fan club?