Kim Se-yeon 
South Korea
Shanghai Dragons
Recognized as starter for Pacific Division
June 26, 2018
Geguri will be the starting off-tank for the Pacific Division at this year's All-Star game, Blizzard has announced.
Despite failing to help Shanghai win a single series all season, Geguri will get one last chance to show off her skills at the All-Star Game this August. This could finally be her shot at seeing what it feels like to win a series, but they'll have to get past an Atlantic Division All-Star roster that is filled with players from the New York Excelsior to do so.
Expanding the Hero Pool
June 7, 2018
Geguri hit new levels of excellence during a 3-2 loss to the Florida Mayhem.
Geguri has been consistent on D.Va her entire stay of the Overwatch League, with various success on Zarya. This week, however, saw the introduction of her Brigitte seeing the light of day. She played incredibly, hitting clutch heals and stuns that almost got the team their first win.
A battle across languages
May 27, 2018
Geguri struggled during the 4-0 loss to the New York Excelsior on Saturday.
Geguri continued to try and use Zarya with her team but the communicational disconnect still exists, making it hard to protect her allies as well as she can land shots. Even more difficult is setting up proper graviton surges, hoping her teammates will know what to do when it goes off but it looks like it'll still take more time.
Struggled without communication
May 20, 2018
Geguri struggled a lot to play Zarya during a 3-1 loss to the Los Angeles Valiant.
Zarya is known to be one of Geguri's best heroes, but since her introduction into the Overwatch League, the hero hasn't been in the meta so we haven't gotten a chance to see her just yet. In this series, she demonstrated why that was. Simply put, Zarya is a difficult hero to play with the language barrier on the team. You need to be able to know when to shield teammates and when to throw out the Graviton Surge. In contrast, D.Va is someone you can play with map awareness and reactions. She did well but it might not be the time for Zarya with the current state of this team's cohesion, or lack thereof.
Learns to be Aggressive
May 17, 2018
Geguri kicked things into overdrive during 3-1 loss to the Dallas Fuel on Wednesday Night.
Geguri was, for the most part, as good as she had been throughout stage 3. However, she truly let the sparks fly on King's Row, hunting down Dallas members who were caught out of position instead of being as passive as she used to, showing initiative while not abandoning the objectives as well.
Commitment to map objectives is incredible
May 6, 2018
Geguri was always in the right spot despite the 3-1 loss to the New York Excelsior on Friday.
Whenever you see the Dragons losing a point or being held off the payload or a control point, Geguri is always the only or last person holding the defense or keeping the offense alive during Overtime. Her sense of map awareness and dedication to map objectives is miles ahead of her team and even more so than any team unfortunate enough to pull a "Cloud9."
Biggest threat to enemy supports
April 19, 2018
Geguri's incredible play showed its worth during 1-3 loss to the Seoul Dynasty.
Geguri has been famous for her tracking being top-notch, and with the camera following her around this match, she demonstrated just how incredible she is. She used her tracking to take out the Dynasty supports a lot which was huge in this series as she tried her best to carry.
Geguri shows more offensive improvements
April 14, 2018
Geguri steps up big in a 3-1 loss to the San Francisco Shock on Friday night.
Geguri has been stellar in her ability to use her Defense Matrix excellently but in this series against the Shock, her focus target has been top notch, getting lots of Final Blows on Numbani for example.
Slowly becomes a pillar for the team
April 12, 2018
Geguri stood strong in the face of a 0-4 defeat against the Los Angeles Gladiators
It feels almost redundant to continuously talk about how Geguri is one of the best players on a team at the bottom, but her play against the Gladiators was genuinely outstanding, especially in the number of kills she got with D.Va's self-destruct as well as her general KDA.
Makes long-awaited OWL debut
April 6, 2018
Geguri had a solid debut on the Shanghai Dragons but still lost 3-1 to the Dallas Fuel.
While people may focus a little too hard on KDA stats, most people had too high expectations for Geguri and her role for the Shanghai Dragons. Never meant to be the panacea, her play on Orisa and were exceptional. She didn't have many weaknesses in her play so much as she didn't carry the game, which on a better team would be more than fine on either D.Va and especially on Orisa. It'll take some time to build actual synergy with a new team lineup but she'll do well in the environment once she shakes off the nerves as well.
The calvalry is on its way
March 16, 2018
Geguri will finally make her way to the United States within the week, the Shanghai Dragons announced Thursday.
With the Dragons in a complete state of disarray at this stage in the OWL, the arrival of reinforcements is something that players and fans alike can look forward to. Geguri is set to have her visa interview next Wednesday and is expected to arrive in the States next Friday. While this means that she will end up missing the entirety of Stage 2 after all, her arrival should give her enough time to practice with the team prior to the start of Stage 3 to give this team some hope at its first win.
Could miss entirety of Stage 2
February 27, 2018
Geguri, along with Sky, Fearless, and Ado, could potentially not join the Shanghai Dragons until Stage 2 of the Overwatch League, Dustin Steiner of Unikrn reports.
When the Dragons announced their new signings, many thought the four players, including the much-hyped Geguri, could be just what the team needed to right the sinking ship. If Unikrn's report is any indication, however, it could be far too late for the four to do anything about the team's Season 1 playoff hopes. The good news is that the Dragons have almost finished up the visa paperwork for the new players. The bad news is that the players aren't set to even arrive in the States until sometime between Weeks 3 and 5 of Stage 2. Once they get here, the Dragons have confirmed that they'll take the stage depending whether "they fit in to the meta and the new environment." This, along with the fact that they'll arrive late into Stage 2, means it's likely that the players' debut could be pushed into Stage 3. With the Dragons already having a record of 0-12 after the first week of the second stage, the Dragons' hole could be quite deep come the beginning of Stage 3. Unless some miraculous change of fate happens soon, and these players can get acclimated in record time, it is unlikely that the Dragons have much hope of making the playoffs in June.
Set to join Shanghai Dragons
February 6, 2018
Geguri will soon be the newest member of the Shanghai Dragons, Rod Breslau of ESPN Esports reports.
Geguri, one of the most well-known Overwatch players not currently playing in the OWL, will soon be on her way to the Dragons. Rumors have been swirling for weeks that number one tank player on the Korean ladder would land herself on a team sooner rather than later. Her entrance into the league will not only make her the first female player in the OWL, but one of only two women to play on a top team in a major esport. This is a move that should greatly benefit a struggling Dragons team that has yet to win a single game in Stage 1 of the OWL. No official announcement from the team has yet been made, but is expected to come within the next few weeks.
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