Vancouver Titans vs Atlanta Reign
In a moment in which nothing seems fixed or guaranteeable, Atlanta Reign vs. Vancouver Titans stands out as one of the most lopsided, uneven match-ups the Overwatch League has to offer. It might not be particularly hype-inducing, it might not "stand the test of time," it might not produce any plays or moments worthy of mentioning, but it's still an "easy" match to bet; as a result, it warrants our attention and a bit of granular analysis.
We won't take away too much of your time here: the Atlanta Reign are head and shoulders better than the Vancouver Titans -- they're so much better it doesn't even compute. The gap between them is both gargantuan *and* insurmountable, and much of the same can be said for most other teams in comparison to the boys in blue and green. This Vancouver bunch isn't going to have a whole lot of fun over the coming weeks and months and, well, it's easy to understand why: they're ill-equipped to compete at the highest of levels. They have the fewest weapons, the least experience, the lowest possible skill ceiling, and no hope whatsoever to cling on.
It's a bad look for an equally bad team. So, in essence, this is less about the Atlanta Reign being as good as they are and more about Vancouver being the de facto worst team in the Overwatch League. This might be a harsh way of phrasing things, but by no means is it incorrect. In fact, this is the *only* way one can talk about it if one wants to retain any semblance of objectivity -- a rational observation, if you will.
Our choice on this one is clear as day: the Atlanta Reign by way of clean sweep.