The Dallas Fuel charge into the arena struggling to get a good run going and banking on the debut of Min-seok “OGE” Son to do it starting with their historical APEX nemesis. The Seoul Dynasty casually stroll into the arena knowing that history, and Fleta, are both on their side.
At their inception, the Dynasty were the favorites to with the inaugural season of the Overwatch League. Built upon legendary team Lunatic Hai with star power like Ryujehong, Tobi, and Zunba, they were expected to be the best. However, meta shifts and unfortunate losses led them to a bottom 3 finish in the first season. Looking to reclaim their glory, the Dynasty have signed “most handsome” main tank Fissure as well as numerous members of Contenders team Lucky Future Zenith. Will this be the start of their redemption arc?
|Sang-beom “Munchkin” Byeon||Seoul Dynasty||DPS|
|Lee “Jecse” Seong-soo||Seoul Dynasty||Support|
|Joon-hyuk “zunba” Kim||Seoul Dynasty||Tank/Flex|
|Jin-mo “tobi” Yang||Seoul Dynasty||Support|
|Je-hong “ryujehong” Ryu||Seoul Dynasty||Support|
|Hwang “Marve1” Min-seo||Seoul Dynasty||Tank|
|Choi “Michelle” Min-hyuk||Seoul Dynasty||Tank/Flex|
|Chan-hyung “Fissure” Baek||Seoul Dynasty||Tank|
|Byung-sun “Fleta” Kim||Seoul Dynasty||DPS|
Well, it’s been a busy week for the Overwatch League. Last week’s games surprised just about everybody- that Valiant 4-0 against the Dynasty? Or Boston’s, against the apparently-struggling Outlaws? It looks like teams are getting a fresh start this stage, and that means big changes are on the horizon. It couldn’t come at a better time for some teams- or at a worse time, for others. Read more …
The Seoul Dynasty enter the match, after being steamrolled in their Stage 3 opener by the Los Angeles Valiant, looking for not just the victory but for vindication that they are still a force to be reckoned with. The San Francisco Shock come into the arena with all their players of age and into the Stage that on paper should be theirs. They opened with a win over the Los Angeles Gladiators and are looking to extend that and lay claim by declawing the tiger.
In the second match of Stage 3, the brand new roster for the Los Angeles Valiant will challenge the inconsistent but ever dangerous Seoul Dynasty. Will the Valiant’s new players find a way to win out? Or will the Dynasty reign supreme?
The Los Angeles Valiant and the Seoul Dynasty have both announced overnight that Jun-hyeok “Bunny” Chae has been transferred to the Valiant. It’s been rumored for about a week now that the Valiant were looking to pick up a Korean Tracer player, with rumors about them signing Nenee being the most prominent.
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.
As the Stage 2 playoffs draw closer and closer, the struggling Houston Outlaws go to war against the recently successful Seoul Dynasty. Will the Outlaws be able to damage the Dynasty’s stage playoff hopes? Or will Seoul claim victory and get one step closer to a chance at taking all the glory?
For Saturday’s first match, we are rewarded with a colossal matchup. The Seoul Dynasty vs the London Spitfire. Dynasty is coming off a heartbreaking loss to the Excelsior, while London is riding hot off a victory. The matchup to look out for is the star-studded dps clash of Fleta and Birdring, who can come out on top.
The New York Excelsior enter the arena with Saebyeolbe leading them to the deck and looking to once again become the king slayers. The Seoul Dynasty come into week 4 thus far undefeated in Stage 2, an identical position as Stage 1 when they were handed their first defeat by the very team on the other side of the stage. They enter the arena stoic and determined for history not to repeat itself.