Overwatch Gains An EGO Leader

Overwatch’s popularity as a top first person shooter is evident. In July the game surged to over 10 million players. As well, over the past few weeks the game has also gained more and more traction within our community. Players are currently forming a competitive team in the forums to begin competing  in tournaments and eSports events. We want to continue to see and monitor the growth of this game within our community. To help keep its progress on the right track we have asked Johnny to oversee the game in EGO.

Johnny, previously responsible for overseeing our World of Warcraft Division, has been tasked to gauge the community’s opinions of the game and see that TeamSpeak and Forum activity remain steady. If you are passionate about the game give Johnny your thoughts on how we can grow our EGO presence. We look forward to what the future holds for Overwatch in EGO.


A part of EdgeGamers since May 2008, Austin has been a part of many aspects of our community. After leading the Counter-Strike Division, Austin was brought up to the Community Manager rank in March 2011, and later accepted the rank of Chief Operations Officer in July 2014.

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