Baek Chan-Hyung 
South Korea
Seoul Dynasty
Traded to Seoul Dynasty
August 21, 2018
Fissure has been transferred to the Seoul Dynasty, reports Jacob Wolf of ESPN Esports.
After a tumultuous end to the regular season in which he didn't play during the last week or the playoffs, Fissure has been traded to the Seoul Dynasty. The move is one that Rod "Slasher" Breslau had previously reported as being a likely outcome back in July. With Seoul having struggled throughout Stage 4, especially at the tank position, this will be a major upgrade. Whether it ends up being enough to actually reverse the team's fortune remains to be seen.
Benched for playoff opener
July 11, 2018
Fissure has been benched for the Los Angeles Gladiators' first playoff series against the London Spitfire on Wednesday, reports Tyler Erzberger of ESPN esports.
Despite being one of the best players on the Gladiators, and possibly the best tank in the entire league, Fissure has been benched by Los Angeles. No reason has been given for his benching, but it's an incredibly surprising move given how important he was to the team's success since he joined back in Stage 2. iRemiix will start for Wednesday's series.
Named to All-Star team
June 26, 2018
Fissure will be the starting main tank for the Pacific Division during this summer's All-Star Game, Blizzard has announced.
After being traded to the Gladiators, Fissure has been one of the most dominant tanks in the entire league. The fans agreed and have voted him to the starting roster for the Pacific Division at this year's All-Star Game. His tank partner will be Geguri in what is sure to be a formidable frontline. The remaining 12 players for each team will be announced this July.
Monkey king comes up short
April 20, 2018
Fissure took a tough loss in a 2-3 series against the Los Angeles Valiant on Wednesday.
Fissure reaffirmed that he is bar none the top tank player on both Winston and Orisa in a seat-clenching thriller that had an unfortunate end for the Gladiators. Fissure's excellent shotcalling and hero control made the Gladiators shine despite the devastating loss to their cross-town rivals. This loss currently has edged the Gladiators out of the playoffs for Stage 3, though there are still many weeks ahead for them to pull through.
Still top dog, or rather, top monkey
April 16, 2018
Fissure was his usual self in a close 3-2 victory over Seoul on Saturday.
Fissure showed that Asher isn't the reason his Winston is so impressive - as he did not need a Tracer counterpart which currently dominates the meta to be an unstoppable player who executes with marksman-like precision. Fissure mostly stuck to his beloved Winston and played in a very safe and controlled manner, never overextending and exhausting as much of his own health pool as he could safely do before returning to heal up. Fissure continues to be a consistent player for the Gladiators and a good one at that.
Maestro of Gladiators aggression
April 6, 2018
Fissure's massive Overwatch IQ allowed for an impressive 3-1 victory over the Dallas Fuel on Wednesday.
Fissure once again showed just how important timing and communication is in being an effective and efficient main tank on Winston against a floundering Dallas Fuel on Wednesday. Fissure linked up with teammate Asher's Tracer for some quality meta play that involved calculated dives and precision. In addition to his excellent reads and callouts for deep dives, Fissure did well in his primary job of creating space for his supports and DPS to function to their maximum potential, allowing for a seemingly easy victory for the Gladiators.
Once again the lifeblood of the Gladiators
March 16, 2018
Fissure continued to be a massive boon for the Los Angeles Gladiators in their 2-1 win over the Florida Mayhem on Friday.
Fissure may have led his team to a win in this series, but he certainly didn't start out on the best foot possible. The Mayhem identified that he was such a strong force for this team and focused him down at every moment in the first half. He was constantly taken down first in almost every fight, which meant that he was simply unable to prevent his team from getting mowed down shortly after. Once the second half started, however, he was back in business. He lit up the stage from the jump and allowed the Gladiators to easily pick up the final two maps for the win. With his aggressiveness at the forefront of this Los Angeles attack, they are in a great spot to push their way into the Stage 2 playoffs next week.
Downs Spitfire
March 10, 2018
Fissure found revenge against his old team of London Spitfire in a 3-1 win on Saturday.
After being traded from the London Spitfire, Fissure finally had his chance to throw down against his old team. He was especially strong this series as Winston, playing a dive composition with Asher. Asher would poke London from behind as Tracer, weakening key DPS and support targets before Fissure would leap on them as Winston. This worked brilliantly on the first two maps, Volskaya Industries and Lijiang Tower, where the defensive playstyle of London allowed Asher and Fissure to easily circle around them.
The Gladiators' Shield
March 4, 2018
Fissure continues to make the Gladiators look like a new and improved team in their 4-0 drubbing of the Shanghai Dragons on Wednesday.
Fissure has well established himself as a true anchor for the Los Angeles Gladiators, with their success often hinging on his individual success. His game sense makes him one of the better main tanks in his division and if things continue to trend this direction, the Gladiators could see themselves with an outside chance at a Stage 2 title run.
Comes up big in his debut
February 26, 2018
Fissure impressed in his first match for the Los Angeles Gladiators as they defeated the San Francisco Shock 4-0 on Wednesday.
Fissure was a noticeable improvement from iReMiix in his debut for the Gladiators. He was able to give them the edge in fights that got messy, establishing target priority and brining some modicum of order to the Gladiators. Only being with the team for a small time, Fissure showed what a difference one player can make and leaves room for the imagination as to how high the Gladiators can ascend the standings this stage.
Will transfer to LA Gladiators
February 13, 2018
Los Angeles Gladiators will acquire Fissure from the London Spitfire, as per ESPN's Jacob Wolf .
Los Angeles might have enjoyed the synergy between iReMiix and Bischu early on, but that tank line failed to create any space for the Gladiators backline, resulting in some heartbreaking losses. With the addition of Fissure, one of the best main tanks in the world, LAG has landed a serious upgrade while giving Asher another Korean to link up with. It remains to be seen how Fissure will integrate, but since he can play every main tank at a phenomenal level, expect to see Fissure make waves as he moves on from competing for the starting spot with Gesture on London.
Roster History
Event Placements