Wekeed
Choi Seok-Woo 
South Korea
Seoul Dynasty
Forced onto backfoot in loss
March 24, 2018
Wekeed succumbed to the pressure of the Houston Outlaws in Seoul's 3-1 loss on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
Try as he did, Wekeed didn't bring much to the table in this loss for Seoul. While he opened up with a strong showing in the first couple maps, he simply lacked the amount of damage needed as things progressed. It's true that Houston's DPS were playing on a different level in this game, but that only served to make Wekeed look even worse in comparison. It was especially evident how much he was lagging behind the competition when he switched to Junkrat late in the series to try and match the Junkrat of Jake. He was unable to get anywhere near the Houston DPS' prowess as Seoul was simply rolled over.
Goes off as Genji in series win
March 12, 2018
Wekeed got to strut his abilities on Genji all throughout the 3-1 victory over the Shanghai Dragons.
ANALYSIS
Wekeed's flexibility is usually never in question, but he proved that he was not just a jack of all trades, but proficient in his role in all situations. Never switching off the Genji, Wekeed left behind bodies on the floor at every turn, having an extreme impact on the series.
Shines in full series off the bench
January 29, 2018
Wekeed played well in Seoul Dynasty's 3-1 series win vs the Shanghai Dragons on Wednesday in the OWL.
ANALYSIS
Wekeed's versatility was put on full display in this set, with Wekeed getting to shine even more with Fleta resting on the bench. Wekeed pulled out a wide variety of DPS heroes, mostly sticking to Junkrat but able to show off his Genji and Soldier: 76. Wekeed's usual role of a specialist means that the world doesn't have a lot of material to study on Wekeed, but he got the job done against a weaker Shanghai squad.
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