Stage 4 is starting today, which means it’s time for new predictions! It feels like with every stage it gets harder and harder to predict which teams will find their way to the top of the leaderboard. Some teams are improving, some are in a slump. With a new patch, and most likely a completely new meta, we could see a lot of changes.
The Florida Mayhem started the inaugural Overwatch League season with only six players, adding mid-season pickups in an attempt to put together a cohesive team on the fly. With a disappointing bottom 2 finish, the Mayhem are starting with a blank slate for Season 2…literally. Having dropped the majority of their Season 1 roster (aside from DPS TviQ), they are rebuilding around star DPS Sayaplayer with a mostly-Korean team. Time will tell if these changes will allow them to climb the ladder this season.
|Yoon “Swon” Seong-won||Florida Mayhem||Tank|
|Lee “bqb” Sang-bum||Florida Mayhem||DPS|
|Kim “aWesomeGuy” Seong Hun||Florida Mayhem||Tank|
|Kevyn “TviQ” Lindström||Florida Mayhem||DPS|
|Jae-mo “xepheR” Koo||Florida Mayhem||Tank/Flex|
|Hyeon-woo “HaGoPeun” Jo||Florida Mayhem||Support|
|Ha “Sayaplayer” Jeong-woo||Florida Mayhem||DPS|
|Damon “Apply” Conti||Florida Mayhem||DPS|
|Choi “Kris” Jun-soo||Florida Mayhem||Support|
The San Francisco Shock managed to beat the Houston Outlaws earlier this week and are definitely on the up. Not able to reach the Stage 3 Playoffs anymore, they can still work on joining the Season Playoffs, therefore every map win counts.
In a battle for the right to not be considered the second worst team in Overwatch League, Dallas Fuel took on the Florida Mayhem in Wednesday’s final match. Would a resurgent Mayhem be able to claw their way out of their current position, or would the Fuel finally right the ship on their sinking season? Read more …
It’s another day of Overwatch League with your second match this Friday. Up to bat was the Florida Mayhem and the Shanghai Dragons. Two teams people would say are playing much better than in Stage one or the start of Stage two. But does better for the Shanghai Dragons really mean a win over the Florida Mayhem? Or have the Mayhem been preparing for this match so that they aren’t the ones to lose to the winless team?
The ever improving Florida Mayhem look to upset the inconsistent Houston Outlaws in this match of Stage 3 Week 3, and doing so would deal a crippling blow to them. Can Florida pull it off? Or will Houston get the better of them in this high noon showdown?
In Week 2 of Stage 3, London Spitfire squares up against Florida Mayhem. Last stage, Florida showed they have the capacity to play with some of the midrange contenders and there’s no stopping that train now. London took a hit to their pride at the end of stage 2 with the loss to Philadelphia in the finals, and even further in their two losses in week 1. Both teams are looking for a win to prove they’re still in the running, but who is going to walk away with it? Read more …