Park Jun-Young 
South Korea
London Spitfire
Destroys Valiant in big win
July 20, 2018
Profit was on top of his game during a 3-1 win over the Los Angeles Valiant on Wednesday.
Profit has recovered from his mid-season slump in a big way as he and birdring are cutting down everything in their path throughout these playoffs. Profit especially lit up the skies with Hanzo and owned the matchup against Agilities from start to finish. There was simply nothing at all that the Valiant could do to curb both Profit and birdring, which led to a fairly easy 3-1 win.
Consistent as always
July 18, 2018
Profit continued to be London's rock in its 3-0 match victory over the Los Angeles Gladiators to even the playoff series 1-1.
Profit is continually an anchor player for the London Spitfire, trying his best to keep the team on the right track. Although his Hanzo isn't the best, he played it well enough to complement bridring when he needed it and was able to flex over to other heroes when Hanzo wasn't working.
Rock Bottom
July 15, 2018
Profit's performance was abysmal during the 3-0 loss in the first best-of-five against the Los Angeles Gladiators in the playoffs on Wednesday.
Profit hasn't been in a good spot in a long time but with such a long break in-between the regular season and the playoffs, fans had hoped he would pull it together. He did not in this game, sporting more deaths than kills across all three maps in the series, providing no impact and only served to give ultimate charge to the Gladiators.
Finding some consistency
June 15, 2018
Profit had some high points during the 4-0 victory over the Florida Mayhem on Thursday.
Profit has really underperformed in a lot of his recent games, but against Florida, he looked okay; albeit only when he played Tracer. His Pharah looked a bit lost, sometimes not really looking like he knew what to do, but when he plays Tracer, he looks as comfortable as ever, landing Pulse Bombs and assassinating stray targets.
Weak play
June 8, 2018
Profit played poorly during a 2-1 loss to the Los Angeles Valiant.
Profit's Tracer took a nosedive in quality during the series. While it's supposed to be one of his better heroes, he looked worse than usual, even lower than as of late. He got caught out a lot and barely could do damage when his team needed it.
Struggles to Flex
June 3, 2018
Profit continued to struggle during a 3-1 loss to the London Spitfire.
It continues to be a baffling sight whenever Profit struggles, given how well he has done traditionally in the Overwatch League. However, Profit does show to be good on Tracer and Genji and, sometimes, Junkrat, but the team seems to struggle when they need him to flex onto different roles to let birdring shine. Going on Brigitte and Zarya also, he paled in comparison to birdring and it showed how out of sync he was with the team at times.
Shaking off the Rust?
May 27, 2018
Profit performed well in a 3-2 victory over the Seoul Dynasty on Saturday night.
Profit has taken his fans on a very long and emotional rollercoaster ride, playing significantly below his skill level and sometimes looking like he was about to make a comeback. In this matchup, it was hard to tell if he was really back on the wagon or if this was just a solid performance against a hapless team like the Dynasty.
Does well due to low presence
May 25, 2018
Profit is still a matter of concern, especially during the 3-2 victory over the San Francisco Shock.
Profit played Brigitte in the series to various amounts of success, but only really seemed to do well when the Shock ignored his presence. Being so distracted with the tanks up front and Birdring massacring the Shock lineup, Profit was able to do whatever he wanted and helped secure the win on Nepal.
Struggling to find his excellence
May 20, 2018
Profit was ineffective in a 3-1 loss to the New York Excelsior on Saturday night.
While Profit used to be one of the best DPS in the Overwatch League, he's become less of a threat and more of an empty presence. True, going against New York is a tough matchup, but before Stage 3 it used to be a closer story than a one-sided rampage from the Excelsior. Profit just couldn't do anything and that in itself is surprising.
Raising the bar on his performance
May 6, 2018
Profit was radiant in a 3-1 victory over the Shanghai Dragons on Saturday night.
While the rest of the London Spitfire team has struggled to stay afloat, Profit has turned his shaky start to stage 3 into extra power, tapping into a new level of play. His flanks have been less predictable and his decision to counter dive with support assassination is on point as well.
Looking back like his old self
April 29, 2018
Profit stepped up big time in 4-0 stomp over the San Francisco Shock on Saturday night.
Profit's performance was fantastic this series, specifically on Tracer whom he spent most of the match playing on. He looked a lot closer to the way he had been playing in previous stages when he got all the deserved praise thrown his way, but we're still going to be talking about his consistency as the Shock also played poorly, allowing Profit free reign around the map. Either way, a good performance is still good.
Puts up an underwhelming performance
April 29, 2018
Profit was average during a 3-2 loss to Los Angeles Gladiators on Thursday night.
Profit is usually such a stellar performer for the Spitfire but was so poor in the first half of the series. While games don't usually ride or die based on one person, Profit's usually the person who keeps the team in a fighting chance, but it wasn't so this time.
Fatal mistake in final seconds
April 20, 2018
Profit performed well but ultimately lost the game at the last second in a soul-crushing 3-2 loss to the Boston Uprising on Thursday.
Profit has more than often been the driving force pushing the team forward, but in the most crucial moment of this series, he threw a pulse bomb on a wall instead of the enemy team, which immediately lost the map on Oasis and the series all at once. It wasn't a missed throw or anything of the sort, but he choked under pressure, leading to disappointment.
Learning new Tricks keeps you on top
April 15, 2018
Profit may need to learn some new tricks to move past the 3-2 loss to the Philadelphia Fusion on Saturday.
Profit became somewhat predictable in the way that he flanks so the Fusion were ready every time he tried to assassinate the support on Tracer, and thus his offensive strikes weren't as effective as it used to be. However, Profit pulled out Roadhog on Junkertown, which led to a helpful map victory that brought the series to a needed game 5.
Profit's performance back on track
April 13, 2018
Profit carried hard in a 3-0 victory over the Florida Mayhem on Thursday evening.
Profit was disappointing during Week 1, but in the game against the Florida Mayhem, he was stellar. Before anyone can claim that any good player would look good against a bottom team like the Mayhem, it wasn't the case this time. Florida got a lot stronger with recent acquisitions and played well throughout the series, and may have taken some maps off of the Spitfire. Profit's play on Tracer was incredible and was a proper redemption from the prior week.
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