Update, December 6: Nate Nanzer's Overwatch League AMA is over, so here's a rundown of some of his more interesting responses.
Overwatch League commissioner Nate Nanzer hosted an AMA on Reddit yesterday, answering questions about the future of the League and some of the day-to-day associated with his job. As ever with this kind of thing, Nanzer didn't reveal too much, but there were a few interesting responses.
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One answer, in reponse to the question "Will we be able to earn Overwatch League tokens by watching tournament streams of OWL?" reads "We are currently thinking about ways to reward our fans for engaging with the Overwatch League. No details to share at this point, but we are very aware of what other games do in this regard and are considering our options."
Nanzer also discussed the ongoing development of the League, discussing the possibility of fantasy Leagues for fans and plans to grow the League to more European and Asian cities, as well as developing teams in Australia and Latin America. You can get a full run-down of all the questions and their answers, courtesy of this comment.
Original story, December 5: Overwatch League begins preseason play tomorrow, and to help set the stage commissioner Nate Nanzer is currently hosting a Reddit AMA where all your League-related questions will be answered.
Or rather, all the questions he has time for will be answered, as the AMA is scheduled only to last until the end of the hour. Hurry and get those questions in while you can.