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Voting

In March of 2017, competitive players of Overwatch across the world were fiercely proving themselves on the in-game competitive ladder, as the average skill ratings of the top 100 players from each nation would determine which countries would qualify for the Overwatch World Cup. Thirty-two countries from five continents made the cut, and then elected committees in each qualified nation took on the task of crafting the perfect representative rosters.

Eligible Countries

RankCountrySR
1
China
4550
2
South Korea
4522
3
United States
4470
4
Sweden
4309
5
Finland
4295
6
United Kingdom
4293
7
Canada
4291
8
France
4268
9
Denmark
4259
10
Russia
4221
11
Germany
4219
12
Japan
4184
13
Australia
4184
14
Chinese Taipei
4162
15
Netherlands
4147
16
Hong Kong
4113
17
Norway
4101
18
Poland
4093
19
Brazil
4071
20
Italy
4068
21
Spain
4051
22
Israel
4007
23
Singapore
4002
24
Thailand
3999
25
Argentina
3992
26
Turkey
3960
27
Belgium
3942
28
Vietnam
3941
29
Portugal
3930
30
New Zealand
3922
31
Austria
3900
32
Romania
3861

Congratulations

Thank you to our winners and everyone who contributed to the 2017 Overwatch World Cup!

South Korea
First Place
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