Seoul Dynasty
South Korea
Leads Seoul to 4-0 win
April 9, 2018
tobi shined in the main healer role during the Dynasty's 4-0 sweep of the San Francisco Shock on Friday.
ANALYSIS
Throughout the course of the first season of the Overwatch League, tobi has become better and better as the patches roll through. That's not to say tobi is patch dependent as a player, though, as the main support role is essentially limited to 3 heroes, all of which tobi can play well. Rather, tobi's influence on Seoul comes in the form of shotcalling and leadership, both of which carried in this matchup. After seeing the Seoul B-team struggle against a new Valiant side, tobi's X-factors are suddenly much more noticeable, making him an invaluable tool for the Dynasty.
Returns to form vs San Frrancisco
April 9, 2018
ryujehong played well in the Dynasty's 4-0 win over the San Francisco Shock on Friday.
ANALYSIS
It's clear from how much better the Dynasty played from Wednesday to Friday that the OG support core was clearly missed. ryujehong made his veteran presence felt throughout the match, remaining a thorn in sinatraa's side and leading the Dynasty dive. It wasn't just ryujehong that played well, though, as the entire team seemed to easily slip into the terrifying form that is occasionally common for this squad.
Vanishes against the Valiant
April 6, 2018
Fleta failed to impress during Seoul's 0-4 loss to the LA Valiant on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
From MVP shoe-in to nonexistent, Fleta's meteoric rise and subsequent fall has been impressive, if heartbreaking, to watch for Seoul fans. Stuck on Tracer for the opening matches in this new Tracer/Sombra meta, Fleta struggled to make an impact, eventually returning to his comfort Genji pick. Seoul couldn't get anything done as a team, but Fleta's past experiences should have made him used to that. Alas, Fleta couldn't do anything as he was extremely volatile this series, a worrying trend to start Stage 3.
Can't find his footing in big loss
April 6, 2018
Miro continued his recent run of poor performances on Wednesday, struggling in Seoul's 0-4 loss to the LA Valiant.
ANALYSIS
Miro used to be a name to be feared, back in the infancy of Overwatch. The monkey master, Miro was one of the first to understand Winston's limits, helping Lunatic-Hai dominate South Korea. Now, though, Miro has been long since overshadowed, and it showed in a big way on Wednesday. One of the three members of the squad that have played almost every game, Miro was hesitant often times, either overly cautious or jumping in and immediately dying. Seoul's shortcomings shouldn't be solely blamed on Miro, but, considering the caliber of player he is regarded for, his struggles have hurt this team in a huge way.
Fails to make an impact vs the Valiant
April 6, 2018
Gambler failed to impress in his OWL debut, failing to do much in the Dynasty's 0-4 sweep at the hands of the Valiant on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
Gambler was hyped as a shotcalling main support, and he did just that. He did have occasional moments of simply incorrect calls, such as a disastrous contest on Temple of Anubis, when he sacrificed his Mercy Valkyrie in a failed attempt to defend point A. For the most part, Gambler did what was expected of him, but the Dynasty simply looked lost. Maybe it's on Gambler, maybe on his teammates, who are used to tobi's shotcalling, but either way, this was a disastrous entrance for a much-hyped addition to what should be a top-tier squad.
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