Overwatch League (OWL) esports team Washington Justice just revealed their new state-of-the-art team facility in D.C.
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We're excited to announce that we've moved into our new facility in the heart of downtown DC!
Our new HQ will offer our players an unparalleled competitive environment while offering fans more ways to interact!#JusticeIsServed
— Washington Justice (@washjustice) March 10, 2021
New D.C. Facility
Located in the center of Penn Quarter on 7th Street, the new building looks to take the team to new heights. On top of acting as a training area for the Washington Justice esports team, the org will include fans too. Overwatch League fans can find a full shop and exclusive events awaiting them at the 4200 square foot facility.
“With our new facility, we will be able to offer our players an unparalleled competitive environment while offering our fans ways to interact more often, and in ways we never could have before, all while being located in the center of downtown D.C.,” Mark Ein, owner of the Washington Justice said.
Overwatch League Washington Justice
While maintaining health protocols and team safety, the org plans to host in-person events. These include socially distanced watch parties, merchandise drops, special events, and more. Washington Justice will certainly increase facility and fan activity once the global pandemic ends. Overwatch esports fans finally get another way to engage with their favorite team.
“We are thrilled to bring esports back to our local fans and to provide a world-class training environment for our players,” Grant Paranjape, VP of Esports at the Washington Justice stated. “This innovative, new facility enables us to create a best-in-class experience for our players and competitive staff, while also unlocking more frequent opportunities for us to connect with our fans.”
After a difficult few seasons in the Overwatch League, the Washington Justice facility may be just what it needs to recover. In the 2020 season, they failed to make it to the final playoffs after losing to OWL Champion Sam Francisco Shock. Fans can’t wait to see the 2021 OWL season with the new Washington Justice facility in D.C.
Written by Justin Amin
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