There is no doubt in anyone's mind that 3v3 is neglected as a mode. Riot very rarely update it, and the only times they actually do is to address issues, or to bring the mode up-to-date with the rest of the game. This is a criminal move; Riot succeeded in making 3v3 into a fun and engaging mode, and the introduction of ranked queues at the beginning of the season has brought about a small yet passionate community of players.
If you have played League of Legends to any extent, or watched high-level LoL play, then you'll know how important the pick/ban phase is. Sometimes, the match can be completely decided from this phase; if your composition idea has been completely shut out or the enemy counters you so hard that you have no hope of victory.
League of Legends is probably the most dominant Esport out there, with year-round off the charts viewing figures, and six figure tournaments year-round. But what if I told you that 3v3, the lesser-known two-lane mode that takes place on the Twisted Treeline, has Esports potential?
Overwatch has quickly grown to be a wildly successful shooter with a huge and dedicated fanbase. But the game is still only a year old , and I daresay the game is still incredibly young, with a long road ahead of it.