Fate
Pan-seung Koo 
South Korea
Los Angeles Valiant
Pops off all throughout sweep
February 25, 2018
Fate made great use of his tank heroes in this 3-0 sweep over the Shanghai Dragons on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Playing a healthy mix of Winston and Reinhardt in this series, Fate was a crucial part of his team's win on Saturday. He started off with his Winston playing the lynchpin of Los Angeles' dive composition in the early matches. He did have one rough moment where he Primal Rage'd and jumped right off the side of the map on Hanamura, but that was but a blip on the radar in an overall strong performance from Fate. He closed out the series with some stellar Reinhardt play that kept the Dragons winless.
Intelligent tank player
February 11, 2018
Fate was impressive in a 4-0 victory over the Shanghai Dragons during Week 5 Stage 1 of the OWL.
ANALYSIS
Fate had an exciting series against the Dragons. Mostly playing Winston, Fate showed the world why he is one of the OWL's premier tanks with highly intelligent dives and excellent survivability. With the help of his returning teammate uNKOE, Fate was able to create huge disruptions in the frontline while also staying alive and keeping the objective first and foremost in his mind. Fate also had some impressive respawn-staggering kills on the enemy supports that forced the rest of the Dragons to sit at spawn and wait.
Great tank play leads to series sweep
February 1, 2018
Fate danced in and out of the Philadelphia Fusion in the Los Angeles Valiant's 4-0 victory Wednesday in Week 4 of Stage 1 in the OWL.
ANALYSIS
There's a certain beauty to proper Winston play. Fate's Jump Pack usage allowed him to regularly apply pressure on the Fusion's backline without being collapsed on. While he did overextend a couple times, he certainly made up for it. Whether he was jumping onto Boombox or responding to Fragi's dive, Fate's Winstone is a forced to be reckoned with.
Main pick doesn't work
January 18, 2018
Fate fails to bully New York Excelsior with Winston in a 0-3 loss on Thursday, Week 2 of Stage 1 of the Overwatch League.
ANALYSIS
Fate seemed exceedingly comfortable on Winston, perhaps to a fault. Fate's strong Winston play would find use later in the series, mainly on Numbani, where his Bubble Shield helped mitigate damage while defending. But more importantly, and a key to the Winston kit, was Fate's willingness to dive. The only problem was that New York Excelsior often had characters that countered Winston. This was especially evident on Oasis where NYXL were able to easily set up in a section of the map with an Orisa and Roadhog and blast down Fate. However, despite the clear counters all series long, Fate stuck to his pick. This would pay off in the final defense of Numbani, where Fate was able to zone and dive thanks to NYXL's awkward pushes.
Never underestimate the power of a monkey
December 10, 2017
Fate opened the path for Los Angeles Valiant on Friday in their 3-1 OWL Preseason victory over the Los Angeles Gladiators.
ANALYSIS
Fate immediately and routinely became a major thorn in Gladiator's side during the series as Winston. Fate applied pressure all over the map, giving the Valiant space to take care of their opponents. To do this, Fate made sure he was where he needed to be through diving the Gladiators' backline with SoOn's Tracer or taking down iReMiix's Winston at the start of a fight. Fate made sure Valiant was in a position to win every fight, leading his team to a 3-1 win.
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