Gesture
Jae-hee Hong 
South Korea
London Spitfire
Passive in defeat
February 12, 2018
Gesture never took any real chances against the New York Excelsior is the London Spitfire's 2-3 loss on Day 4 in Week 5 of the OWL.
ANALYSIS
Gesture seemed to constantly second guess on every engage. This came across on screen as a hesitant Spitfire as a whole at critical times. Having such a passive tank allowed the Excelsior to dictate the pace of fights. While it's a good idea to respect a team such as the Excelsior, Gesture needs to be more confident in his play to give the Spitfire more opportunities to succeed.
Hammers Philadelphia in big win
January 14, 2018
Gesture was a monster against the Philadelphia Fusion on Saturday, leading the London Spitfire to a 4-0 sweep.
ANALYSIS
Gesture earned player of the series honors with style as the main tank, displaying great playmaking abilities on all three main tank picks. As Reinhardt, he swatted Philly's tanks out of position while landing huge Firestrikes to deal big damage. As Orisa, his shield management and ability to quickly generate ult charge was impressive, to say the least. His Winston, compared to the other heroes he played, was decidedly average but it was more than enough to get the job done and dominate the frontline battle for London.
Bringing Reinhardt back
January 12, 2018
Gesture pushed over the Florida Mayhem in the London Spitfire's 3-1 victory in the OWL Thursday.
ANALYSIS
Gesture made being a sneaking Reinhardt look easy on Oasis while opening the doors for the rest of his team otherwise. Despite some shaky target prioritization at times, Gesture kept himself alive through thick and thin. This allowed him to come back into fights at the best time to give Profit or Birdring the chance they need to make a play. If you want to understand what a tank should be doing, Gesture is a strong player to analyze.
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