Every Sunday Overwatch League Co-Founders Taco & Mash host a roundup of the latest and greatest of the week’s storylines. We partnered with the great folks over at eStarz to produce what we think is a super enjoyable show. This week we covered topics spanning the Houston Outlaws issue’s fielding an impactful Tracer player, how good the Los Angeles Gladiators have suddenly gotten, who’s been hiding in the Philadelphia Fusion’s tree house, and much more!
Previously known as the Misfits the Florida Mayhem are one of the twelve teams in the inaugural season for the Overwatch League. The Misfits dominated contenders Season One during the regular season but fell in the finals to finish in second place. Unlike almost every other team that had their roster sign up for the Overwatch League, the Florida Mayhem haven’t signed any other players yet. With a current roster of only six players, we expect to hear about signings made but not announced soon.
|Tim “Manneten” Bylund||Florida Mayhem||Tank/Flex|
|Sebastian “Zebbosai” Olsson||Florida Mayhem||Support|
|Kevyn “TviQ” Lindström||Florida Mayhem||DPS|
|Joonas “zappis” Alakurtti||Florida Mayhem||Tank/Flex|
|Johan “CWoosH” Klingestedt||Florida Mayhem||Tank/Flex|
|Andreas “Logix” Berghmans||Florida Mayhem||DPS|
|Aleksi “Zuppeh” Kuntsi||Florida Mayhem||Support|
A resurgent Florida Mayhem comes into week four hoping to challenge the struggling Los Angeles Valiant. With a reverse sweep against the Dallas Fuel and with the addition of flex Zappis to the roster, the Mayhem want to show a struggling L.A. Valiant that they are a team to be reckoned with. Find out how it all went down when the two battled it out in Stage Two, Week Four.
The Houston Outlaws and Florida Mayhem both are entering the latter half of Week 3 with losing streaks. Can Houston get back on their feet and get a victory? Or will the Mayhem blow the Outlaws away and obtain a much needed confidence boost of their own?
There’s a lot to consider as we approach the halfway point of the stage- I know, already, right?- and the playoff picture might start solidifying right here, right now. These matches are gonna be great! But which ones will be the greatest? Well, I’ll tell you.
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The Boston Uprising looked to prove that they haven’t fallen off the horse in Stage 2, where they haven’t won a single map. They faced the Florida Mayhem, who have taken maps off two of the best teams in the league in Stage 2.
The final day of matches in Week 1 of Stage 2. Fusion vs. Mayhem. In this match, Fusion looks to keep their spot as a solid mid-tier team with a lot more to gain. While Mayhem was eager to try and prove their worth, with a great game against New York earlier in the week. Regardless of what team you wanted to see come on top, you knew that they were going to be great DPS plays from each team today. Which will come out on top though? Carpe and EQO or LogiX and TviQ?
The New York Excelsior start Stage 2 in first place despite losing the Stage 1 championship to the London Spitfire and are looking to extend their lead despite Ark sitting out due to a wrist injury. The Florida Mayhem’s usual entertaining entrance was set aside tonight with the team shouldering up center ramp and bowing their heads in a moment of reflection and recognition of the recent tragic events that occurred in their home region. Read more …