Bdosin
Choi Seung-Tae 
South Korea
London Spitfire
Should stick with healers for the time-being
May 19, 2018
Bdosin was uncharacteristically ineffective in 4-0 loss to the Houston Outlaws.
ANALYSIS
Bdosin attempted to use Sombra in the series against Houston, but it wasn't really effective. He didn't seem to have a grasp on how to use her on Lunar Horizon Colony because any time he had her ultimate up, making all of the offensive attempts less effective than a flat tire on a racing car.
Good ol' reliable
April 29, 2018
Bdosin is the reliable constant during 3-0 loss to Los Angeles Gladiators on Thursday night.
ANALYSIS
Even though London has been in a terrible spot in terms of their individual and team play for Stage 3 thus far, Bdosin has been one of the most consistent players throughout it all. His map awareness while on Zenyatta is incredible and helps gets picks that would otherwise make the matchups more disastrous for the Spitfire.
Zenyatta superstar
April 13, 2018
Bdosin's incredible Zenyatta play shined in the 3-0 victory over the Florida Mayhem.
ANALYSIS
Bdosin continues to be the shining control tower for the London Spitfire. His ability to so consistently get the first kill in teamfights works so well for a team that generally likes to be aggressive. So long as Zenyatta continues to be in the meta, Bdosin will continue to dominate the field.
Does his job in loss
April 7, 2018
Bdosin never disappoints, even in a 3-2 loss to the Houston Outlaws.
ANALYSIS
There's not much you can really criticize about Bdosin even in losses, especially if he does his job well on Zenyatta like always including assassinating enemy DPS to start fights while applying the appropriate healing orbs amongst his teammates. He also played well on Moira, able to 1-vs-1 the Houston DPS on Oasis so that his team didn't have to divert resources or attention to the enemy Tracer in the backlines. Unfortunately, there's only so much he can do to get the victory on every map, but he's reliable always.
Baits his oppenents into traps
March 18, 2018
Bdosin trapped Seoul Dynasty in a 4-0 win on Saturday in the Overwatch League, Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Not only was Bdosin a great healer, partnering with Nus to keep his team up, but he also coordinated with his DPS to dominate Seoul despite playing only Moira and Zenyatta. He did this by baiting for his team as Zenyatta, the perfect target for Seoul's tanks and DPS. He'd scurry around corners as Seoul chased him only for Nus to heal him up, such as London's first defense of Hanamura where Zenyatta was able to pull Seoul's Winston away from the fight, only to burst down the Winston as Nus healed him up. Because Seoul's tanks left to kill Winston, London's DPS was then able to pick off their rivals' backline at their leisure.
Struggles despite win
March 18, 2018
Bdosin wasn't his strongest in a 3-1 win over the San Francisco Shock on Friday.
ANALYSIS
While London managed to walk away with this win, it wasn't due to anything overly positive that Bdosin brought to the table. Time and again, he actually seemed to be doing more bad than good for his team. He was on Zenyatta for most of the series, but there wasn't a single Transcendence he landed that actually had some sort of impact. Any use came at the wrong time while his teammates were already dead or simply had no follow-up. This may not have ended up being a huge deal against a team like San Francisco, but he will need to bring more to the table when they face more formidable competition come postseason.
Flexes his team to a win
March 10, 2018
Bdosin tried to carry his team through a 3-1 loss against Los Angeles Gladiators on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Bdosin came into the series to substitute HaGoPeun on support, but he made a significant impact for his team. His first map on King's Row saw him play an excellent defense as Zenyatta. His ability to both slay and heal gave his team unbelievable sustain and momentum to nearly take the map. In his defense of the second point, Bdosin had three Transcendence ultimates in three consecutive fights, nearly holding Los Angeles from even capturing the second point. On Route 66, his flex skills allowed Spitfire to narrowly edge out the map against an exhausted Gladiators.
Commendable effort in close loss
February 12, 2018
Bdosin couldn't carry the London Spitfire past the New York Excelsior on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Bdosin had a stellar patient Zenyatta in this match. Typically he would aim to use Transcendence after JjoNak's Zenyatta to allow the Spitfire to gain an advantage. The problems arose when that serenity was disrupted. Whether it was Saebyeolbe or the entirety of the Excelsior, Bdosin seemed to be shaken by the aggression of the Excelsior. Where this was especially apparent was on Control points, and he seemed to have much less of an impact on fights. To further improve he'll need to learn how to consistently stay cool on every map type.
Big carry performance from the flex support role
January 27, 2018
Proving that supports can be one of your best DPS, Bdosin left behind scorched earth coming out with a 3-1 victory against the San Francisco Shock on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
Zenyatta is often played due to his ability to pick off a hero with the RMB, but Bdosin took that skill and made it look like art. At several points in the set, he eliminated a priority target at the very start and won a teamfight. With a 17.78 percent First Kill percentage, Bdosin's assassinations on Zenyatta included key picks such as dhaK's Mercy which nearly guaranteed a victory in the following teamfight and eventually, the map and set itself. From stats and performance alone, he sets himself a bar higher than most supports in the Overwatch League itself.
Maximizing Zenyatta's utility
January 12, 2018
Bdosin flexed his omnic muscles in the London Spitfire's 3-1 win against the Florida Mayhem on Thursday in the OWL.
ANALYSIS
Bdosin is one of those Zenyatta players you want on your fantasy team. Whether it was taking out a flanking Tracer, or saving the point with a Transcendence (TWICE!) he completely controlled the battlefield. Not only that, but Bdosin had supreme synergy with NUS's Mercy, knowing exactly where he needed to be to have the most impact on a fight. It'll be interesting to see how he fares against Boombox on Saturday.
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