The investors from the New York Mets & New England Patriots, each agreed to pay Activision $20 million over time. Team owners such as the New England Patriots’ Bob Kraft, who will control the Boston franchise, and Jeff Wilpon, whose family owns the New York Mets and will run the team in that market. Profitability for both the league and individual teams is expected in three years. Teams will share league-wide revenue from advertising and broadcast rights. They’ll get to keep local revenue up to a set amount each year. Sales of licensed merchandise will be split between the teams and the league, which is wholly owned by Santa Monica, California-based Activision. The first competitions for the Overwatch League will be played in Los Angeles later this year. More teams are expected to be named with a target of 8 to 12 by opening day.