Though only a little over three years old, Blizzard’s Overwatch has quickly established itself as not only one of the greatest first-person shooters of all-time, but as a legitimate sporting movement by spawning the Overwatch League, a first of its kind professional eSports league that will support permanent Overwatch teams in cities like Seoul, Shanghai, New York, and San Francisco.

Backed by sports moguls like Robert Kraft, Jeff Wilpon, and Andy Miller, the
Overwatch League has both the financial support and the fans to become a cultural force in the years to come. No doubt it’s all thanks to this game’s accessibility and appealing online experience, complemented by a colorful character roster that audiences immediately came to love.

Indeed, Blizzard did perhaps too-good of a job creating a cast of characters that gamers could get behind. In 2016, Pornhub reported that
Overwatch had become one of its most popular search terms of the year, seeing an 833 percent surge in searches among the 18-24 year old demographic. Sex, sports, entertainment: What’s next for this game?