This article is part of our Overwatch series.
The first group in the 2018 World Cup continues to shape up through Saturday, with the top teams beginning to pull away from the pack. As South Korea continued to dominate, Finland and Russia battled for second, while Japan tried to turn its fortunes around in the face of a critical injury. Without further ado, let’s dive right into Stadium Paradise in Incheon and look at how everything went down.
Korea on Top, Japan Hanging On
For what it’s worth, most if not every person who follows the OWWC saw this coming, yet the extent of South Korea’s dominance still inspired awe. After dispatching Hong Kong with ease, South Korea turned its attention to a hamstrung Japan, crippled by the loss of main tank Kazuki “SamuraiD” Nouno to