Ones to Watch, commonly abbreviated to OTW, is an In Form item category assigned to a very limited selection of players, replacing their regular cards on specific times.
The Ones to Watch items dynamically upgrade and have an opportunity to increase in ratings throughout the season. If you have a Ones to Watch item in your club, its ratings will automatically match that of the players latest TOTW, MOTM, TOTT, Hero or Record Breaker item. The better the player performs in real life, the higher their ratings become.
Ones to Watch players are released as Live Items. The ratings on this item type update automatically, whether they are in your Club or listed on the Transfer Market.
Ones to Watch players consist of a curated selection of the highest profile and most promising players who have been permanently transferred or on full season loans between clubs in the most recent transfer window.
Yes, it is possible. In the first two years, only players aged under 30 could receive one of these items but EA has changed the rules in FIFA 19.
Usually 23 for both editions. However, depending on how many popular popular transfers occur, the Winter Edition may feature less players.
A few players are announced in late July, while the rest is only unveiled when the game is released.
No. Some players are made exclusively available via objectives and squad building challenges.
You can get an hybrid card in the same way you can get any other card: on packs or on the transfer market. If you want to try your luck on packs, you can go to the store and buy them with coins or FIFA Points.
They can be found in any pack with players cards. Obviously, the chances of finding one of these cards are higher if you open a pack which contains more player cards.
You may get Ones to Watch items from a pack or as a reward which could be tradeable or untradeable. By pre-ordering FIFA 20 Ultimate Edition, you will receive an OTW card for free (untradeable). However, the pre-order must be made before August 5, 2019
No. You may not find that information on the database but they have the same traits and specialities of their NIF cards.