Given the success that Blizzard has seen with the Overwatch League, it’s not surprising that they’re looking at ways to make it grow even bigger. So much so that they have since announced an all-access pass for its “superfans” that will offer them a “a premium viewing experience and behind-the scenes access”.

According to Blizzard, “To allow super fans to dive deeper into the league they love, the All-Access Pass grants access to the Overwatch League Command Center: a second-screen match-day livestream, featuring alternate in-game camera angles, backstage cameras, player POVs, and real-time stats. Your pass also provides access to exclusive behind-the-scenes VODs. In Stage 3, this will be in the form of a weekly series called Behind the Screens, in which an Overwatch League player will give their own analysis of a recent game.”

In addition to that, fans will also be able to participate in Match Day AMAs where they’ll be able to submit questions to players who will be taking part in the match. There will also be exclusive emotes and those who are subscribed to the All-Access Pass will also be given a special global chat badge on Twitch to show off to others.

Last but not least, All-Access Pass subscribers will be given in-game skins, sprays, and a player icon. The pass is priced at $30 for the inaugural season and more information can be found on Twitch’s website.

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