The Los Angeles Gladiators work to develop chemistry with new main tank Fissure in order to take on the resurgent Seoul Dynasty. The Dynasty come in as the favorite but the Gladiators are far from a team that Seoul could write off. Check out what went down when the two clashed in Stage Two, Week Two.
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|
I’m baaaack! I took some time off for midterms, but that doesn’t mean I wasn’t thinking about all of you guys, and all these fantastic games of Overwatch we’re about to see! Last week was crazy, and it doesn’t look like it’s about to calm down anytime soon in Burbank. Let’s get into the most exciting matchups of Stage 2, Week 2.
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The Seoul Dynasty have added depth to their support line by signing the often rumored Heo “Gambler” Jin-Woo to their roster. This gives Seoul more options at a position where they are already quite skilled, but perhaps not as resilient as they would like. Their Press Release is below…
In the third and final game of the 3rd day of Week 1, Stage 2, Seoul Dynasty looked to continue their climb back towards the top of the table, as they took on the San Francisco Shock at Blizzard Arena in Los Angeles. I think everyone coming into this game expected the Dynasty to reign supreme and take down the Shock, but could the scrappy team in orange “Shock” the favorites, and begin their own climb out of the bottom half of the table?
Stage two of the Overwatch League started with a bang, as Seoul Dynasty took on the Los Angeles Valiant in the opening match. With the Mercy meta behind us, can Seoul reclaim their spot as the top dog? Will the Valiant continue to impress? Tonight’s match gave us a good look at what the future may hold.
With Stage 2 on the horizon, let’s look at some of the teams, and what to expect from them this Stage.
Overwatch League begins again this week. Stage 2 kicks off this week with a lot of changes to look forward too. As many of the interviews have shown, this stage is anyone game. Here are some of the matches to look forward too this weekend.
With the end of the Overwatch League Stage 1, so must the practice of having teams play through the fourth map (the Map of Shame) after being steamrolled and having already lost the match must end. This practice is anti-climactic to every match in which it occurs and demoralizing to both the team and the fans of the team that is on the losing end.