You have until April 28 to build your SR.
Blizzard has announced the start of this year’s Overwatch World Cup.
According to the official Overwatch League website, the average skill rating (SR) of the top 150 players from each country will be tracked starting today and continuing until the end of Competitive Season 9 on April 28.
The top 20 countries will be invited to participate in the competition alongside France, South Korea, Thailand, and the United States, which have been chosen as host countries and received automatic qualification.
The qualifying countries will form their own National Competition Committees made up of a General Manager selected by Blizzard and a Coach and Community Lead who will both be selected by votes.
From June 1 to July 5, tryouts will be held where players can compete to represent their country of citizenship. Committees will select the roster—which can consist of up to 12 players and can include members from the current Overwatch League—and submit it to Blizzard.
Group stages will run from August to October and the finals will be held this November in Southern California.