Overwatch Pro Settings and Gear List


The Overwatch League has been running at full force for a couple of months now and we’re all very excited to see a new addition to the global esports lineup. As usual, we researched the Overwatch settings like resolution, dpi and sensitivity for each individual pro. We also verified information on the monitors, mice and keyboards of these players as well.

We consider this our data-vault, our source to give you the Best Monitor and Gear for Overwatch. The best gear isn’t enough though. Tuning your Overwatch settings is what takes you to the next level. Our Overwatch Pro Settings Guide is a great place to start. We’ve updated the list to reflect the newly established Overwatch League by Blizzard in addition to a host of free agents that are looking to break-through in the scene. This is for all players who want to add the perfect Overwatch settings to their arsenal.

In our articles we deliver an overview of what we consider to be the best Overwatch settings. Averages of eDPI for example can be a great guiding tool in deciding which Overwatch sensitivity you want to use. Instead of taking a data-driven approach, it might be that you want try out a favorite Overwatch pro’s settings like Seagull or Surefour. If that is the case, you can find the settings, resolution and sensitivity of the pros below.

The list is connected to our database which is continuously updated, as the scene evolves and new trends become standard. If we’ve made any mistakes, please feel free to join us in the comments to discuss these settings and their sources. If you have any further questions, you can refer to our FAQ as well.



607 Comments on “Overwatch Pro Settings and Gear List”

  1. Aimbotcalvin has switched his keyboard to Logitech Carbon G413 according to his stream.
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