Florida Mayhem battled it out against their East Coast rivals the Philadelphia Fusion this weekend. Both teams had a great run in Stage Two as they seemed to be the two that came together in the end to get some wins. Fusion went on to make the Finals. Here is how the match went.
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|
Stage Two of the inaugural season of Overwatch League has wrapped up. As we prepare for Stage Three many of the teams have shifted rosters and made changes. This leads us to the question does how many players you have on the roster matter in your success?
The Seoul Dynasty dropped a match earlier in the week to the Houston Outlaws, putting their Stage Two playoff hopes in serious Jeopardy. They need a decisive win against the Mayhem and help from the other teams in contention to make the Stage Two playoffs.The Mayhem on the other hand are on a serious upswing, waiting on even more reinforcements to arrive, and no serious pressure for a victory.
It is Wednesday, my Dudes, and that means more Overwatch League. Today we had the San Francisco Shock up against the Florida Mayhem. One of them causing a major Mayhem in the standings, while the other is simply looking to try out their new roster. Who’ll come ahead today? The Mayhem? Or the Shock?
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!
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.