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.
Lifeless and passive
June 17, 2018
Freefeel continued to disappoint in the 4-0 loss to the San Francisco Shock.
Despite all of Freefeel's mistakes, there was always hope that he could improve before the end of the season, but alas, at the end of a 40-series losing streak for the Dragons, he has yet to improve in any means other than dying just a bit less per match. Maybe before next season, he and his team can pull it together to a point where he can coordinate with the rest of the team in more than a resurrection-bot way.
Off the bench
June 17, 2018
Daemin appeared in the match during a 4-0 loss to the San Francisco Shock.
Daemin has spent the majority of his time on the Dragons as a benchwarmer, and it has less to do with him specifically and more to do with the fact that both Ado and Diya are a proven DPS duo. His play was neither terrible nor fantastic but it is proof why he shouldn't be in over either Diya or Ado unless a 3-DPS meta comes into play in the future.
Keeps the fight going
June 13, 2018
Diya did his best to keep his team from failing too hard in a 4-0 loss to the Los Angeles Gladiators.
While a lot of the team feels as though they've lost hope in getting a single win this season after the mishap against Florida, Diya is going strong and every map feels like he's doing his best to carry his team, alebit to no avail. His Widowmaker play was solid but just not enough with the state of the team.
Rare sighting
June 13, 2018
Roshan showed up for a little bit during a 4-0 loss to the Los Angeles Gladiators.
Roshan is barely ever shown during matches these days, but allegedly the team wanted to try to use him to get around the language barrier as much as possible after a mishap in scrims. However, he did so poorly that the team immediately swapped him back out for Fearless in the tanking position for the rest of the series.
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