Shanghai Dragons have struggled in the competitive ranks of the Overwatch League. The team is in dead last, and not by a little, by a huge margin. How can they ever turn things around?
Shanghai is still fighting. After a record 0-40 finish in the inaugural Overwatch League season, Shanghai is looking to rebuild from the ground up. Star off-tank Geguri, main tank Fearless, and DPS Diya were the only players kept from the original Dragons roster. Going in a new direction, the team has signed the majority of storied Korean Contenders team KongDoo Panthera. This includes players like support CoMa and DPS DDing who put up a fight against champions Runaway. With this new team and renewed hope, the Dragons are looking to create a much more successful second season.
|Yang “DDing” Jin-hyeok||Shanghai Dragons||DPS|
|Son “CoMa” Kyeong-woo||Shanghai Dragons||Support|
|Lu “Diya” Weida||Shanghai Dragons||DPS/Flex|
|Kim “Geguri” Se-yeon||Shanghai Dragons||Tank/Flex|
|Jin “YoungJIN” Yong-jin||Shanghai Dragons||DPS|
|Eui-Seok “FEARLESS” Lee||Shanghai Dragons||Tank|
|Cho “GuardiaN” Joon-hwan||Shanghai Dragons||Tank/Flex|
|Bae “diem” Min-seong||Shanghai Dragons||DPS|
Philadelphia Fusion vs the Shanghai Dragons in week 4 of stage 2 in the Overwatch League. The Dragons continue to fight against the heavy contenders in the league, taking a map here and there. Will this match be the one where they finally make progress? Or will the Fusion use these Dragons as just another stepping stone on their return to the top?
Looking for their first ever Overwatch League victory, the Shanghai Dragons do battle with the struggling Boston Uprising. Will the Dragons topple their opponents? Or will Boston rise up and teach Shanghai a lesson?
The Shangai Dragons have announced on Twitter that their Head Coach Chen “U4” Congshan will be stepping down from that role with the team. Current Assistant Coach Sun Jun “Kong” Young will act as interim Head Coach while the Dragons begin to look for another coach.
The last game of week 2 is another Battle at the Bottom. Both the Shanghai Dragons and the San Francisco Shock are 0-3 in Stage 2 and each would like to keep from joining the Florida Mayhem with a 0-4 record at the end of week 2. The Dragons are especially hungry for a win as their league standing is currently 0-13 and are hoping that tonight will be their first win. The Shock is desperately trying to avoid becoming the team that lost to Shanghai.
Los Angeles Gladiators face off against the Shanghai Dragons in Week 2 of Stage 2. The Dragons have a pretty poor record from Stage 1, and with their new players, might have a chance of bringing that around. While Gladiators hold their shields as strong as ever, hoping to make their way up in the ranks, there’s a real chance for the Dragons to turn their luck around with fresh blood leading the squad.
The Shanghai Dragons take on the Los Angeles Valiant in hopes to not only cause an upset, but to snatch their first win. Will there be another impressive performance by Diya, or will Agilities and company be able to shut him down? Either way, both teams are determined to prove themselves that they are true contenders. To see who became victorious, look below!