Welcome back to Daily Esports’ Daily News Recap. Today, we discuss Pokémon Sword and Shield’s new Wild Area event. This event features strong competitive Pokémon in The Video Game Championships 2020 format. Check out the different Pokemon listed on Daily Esports.

Next, Twitch has recently updated its guidelines to stop channels from using Videos on Demand to create 24-hour streams. These VODS will prevent streamers from streaming unlimited hours, limiting the amount of Valorant drops for viewers.

and finally, Overwatch League player Jay “sinatraa” Won has retired from the San Francisco Shock. The team announced Sinatraa’s release from the organization, with reports stating he is pursuing Valorant professionally with plans to join the Sentinels’ team. Find out what other factors led to his decision to drop out of the OWL.

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