Bunny
Chae Jun-Hyeok 
South Korea
Los Angeles Valiant
Can't push the Valiant over the hump
May 8, 2018
Bunny couldn't prevent the demise of the Los Angeles Valiant in their 3-0 loss to the New York Excelsior on Sunday in the Stage 3 playoffs.
ANALYSIS
While Bunny has routinely been the savior for this Valiant team, even his contributions weren't enough to stop the team from getting picked apart by the Excelsior. In particular, he was no match for the prowess of Saebyeolbe's Tracer. The New York DPS showed Bunny exactly how Tracer should be played, which effectively neutralized any sort of advantage that Bunny could have brought to the table.
Looks solid once again
April 19, 2018
Bunny was on top of his game in this 3-2 win over the Los Angeles Gladiators on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
After Bunny looked incredible alongside Soon last week, it was time to see how he looked with Agilities. If he looked incredible with Soon, he was electric with Agilities. The pair were explosive as hell, which ended up being too much for the Gladiators to handle as the series drew on. This was especially seen in the Game 5 tiebreaker on Oasis where he and Agilities willed the Valiant to victory. Bunny, in particular, found two massive kills during the furious final hold that locked up the win for his team.
Shines in Valiant debut
April 12, 2018
Bunny made his first start for the Los Angeles Valiant in their 4-0 win over the San Francisco Shock on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
Bunny made his case for best Tracer in the league with an explosive performance in this series. While Soon had been on Tracer duty for most of the first season, Bunny stepped right in and showed him how it was done. He had an impressive knack of racking up kills without being killed from start to finish. In the very first game on Volskaya Industries, he managed a 32/1 eliminations-to-deaths record. He was pretty much always in the backline of San Francisco easily shredding through their supports. He was subbed out for Ilios, but came right back in for the final game and again lit up the Shock. He had 41 final blows in the game, with 27 of those coming on Shock supports. We'll see how much Bunny ends up playing going forward, but rest assured that he will make quite the impact when he does take the stage.
Officially joins Valiant
March 31, 2018
Bunny has been announced as the newest member of the Los Angeles Valiant.
ANALYSIS
The Tracer specialist is trading in the black and gold for the green and yellow. After playing with the Dynasty for the first two stages of the OWL, Bunny will now make his mark with the Los Angeles Valiant. The move is a good one for the Valiant, as he will bolster a DPS squad that had been up in the air in Stage 2. With other moves having been rumored over the last week, the Valiant roster situation is far from over.
Reportedly on the move to Valiant
March 30, 2018
Bunny is expected to be sold to the Valiant, Rod "Slasher" Breslau reported Friday.
ANALYSIS
With the Valiant seemingly in a constant state of turmoil these days, it's nor surprising that they could be looking to one of the better teams in the league for help. Bunny is a solid Tracer and would be a good addition to the team, especially considering that the team needs some sort of boost to shake off the funk of Stage 2. Although Slasher reported earlier in the day that Soon was likely to stay with the team, bringing on another player that is his speciality could put his future with Los Angeles in doubt. How the Valiant roster shakes out in the coming weeks will be one of the more intriguing stories to follow in the OWL.
Carries Dynasty bench to win vs Dragons
March 12, 2018
Still getting experience with the Seoul lineup, Bunny shined in the 3-1 victory on Wednesday against the Shanghai Dragons.
ANALYSIS
Bunny is always one of the stars on the stage for Seoul Dynasty and his Tracer play curb stomped the Dragons on Volskaya Industries and Lijiang Tower, offering the Dynasty the chance to show off the power of the sub lineup. Bunny is definitely a step above the subs which is why he's consistently subbed in to provide a valuable flanking Tracer to the offense.
Shreds the Valiant
February 24, 2018
Bunny played the part of enabler during the Seoul Dynasty's 4-0 sweep of the Los Angeles Valiant on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
Bunny may become a fixture in Seoul's lineup as the team's win over the Valiant was nothing short of phenomenal. Bunny's powerful Tracer allowed for his teammates to flex onto a plethora of other heroes in a powerful opening win for the Dynasty.
Shows up once again in win
February 10, 2018
Bunny played well during Seoul Dynasty's 3-2 win over the San Francisco Shock on Friday.
ANALYSIS
Bunny continues to be a strong player for this Dynasty squad. While he's not an every game DPS player, he shows up whenever he's in the game. Whether he's on Tracer or McCree, he gives Seoul a strong presence that can win fights with consistency. Still, this was not the kind of win that Seoul wanted, and it was one that eliminated them from playoff contention. It'll be back to the drawing board for them going into Stage 2.
Plays too aggressive with Tracer
February 2, 2018
Bunny ran wild with his Tracer in a 4-0 loss to the London Spitfire on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
While Bunny was on fire with his Tracer from start to finish, it wasn't always a boon to his team. Sure, he was pumping out damage as the highest damage Tracer in the League. During his rampant run, however, he was frequently pushing too far away from his team. Once he was picked off, he was often in a spot that he couldn't be rezzed, leaving his team at a huge disadvantage. This ended up being a constant thorn in Seoul's side as they struggled through this series without picking up a single point until the final game. Some major adjustments will be needed in a hurry or the team could slip even further down the standings.
Picks up Wekeed's slack
December 15, 2017
Bunny flanked well all throughout the final three games of Seoul Dynasty's 3-1 win over New York Excelsior on Day 4 of the preseason.
ANALYSIS
Bunny stepped in for Wekeed in the last three maps of this series on Saturday and it was immediately clear why the change was made. He mainly stuck with Tracer in each of these games and was a master at getting into Excelsior's backline with picture perfect flanks. Showing off some fanciness with the slippery damage dealer, Bunny landed a nice Blink into Pulse Bomb for two key kills to hold down the point during Map 2. With so many key plays, it was no wonder that Seoul walked away with a strong win after faltering a bit on the opening map.
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