Philadelphia Fusion
USA
Shines on Junkrat and Pharah
June 10, 2018
Eqo cut through the Seoul Dynasty during the Philadelphia Fusion's 3-2 reverse sweep on Friday.
ANALYSIS
With the Fusion fighting to lock down a playoff spot, they certainly need all the help they can get. Eqo has returned to the lineup and provided the spark needed to get this team back on track. It may have taken a reverse sweep to take down the Dynasty here, but the win is what counts at this stage of the season. Eqo used both Junkrat and Pharah to the highest effect in this series, leaving Seoul with absolutely no room to maneuver in the second half. Now that Eqo is back in the fold, the Fusion can really get down to business and make one last push to get into the postseason.
Solid ultimate usage in big win
June 10, 2018
Hotba used his ultimates in perfect tandem with his teammates in a 3-2 reverse sweep over the Seoul Dynasty on Friday.
ANALYSIS
Hotba rebounded after a tough Week 3 to get his team back on the right path here in the final Stage of the OWL. He used Zarya for most of the series and showed people why he deserves the starting nod over Poko. He never wasted an ultimate, always waiting until he was able to combine it with a teammate's ultimate, such as a Rocket Barrage from Eqo, to completely shut the Dynasty down. They're certainly not out of the woods yet, but this was a solid win that shows off the kind of resiliency that the team will need to put on full display come playoff time.
Looks clean in huge win
June 10, 2018
Carpe looked looser than ever in a 3-2 reverse sweep of the Seoul Dynasty on Friday.
ANALYSIS
While Carpe was shouldering the vast majority of the load for the Fusion in the absence of Eqo, he looked to be in much better spirits now that his DPS partner was back in action. Playing everything from Tracer to Widowmaker and even Zarya, Carpe was feeling his game during this series. It certainly wasn't easy, as they had to overcome a 2-0 deficit, but they still stood tall when it mattered most to come away with the win and keep playoff hopes alive.
Can't shoulder the load for Fusion
June 3, 2018
ShaDowBurn was unable to prevent the Philadelphia Fusion from being picked apart in a 3-1 loss to the Los Angeles Gladiators on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
With Eqo injured, it was once again ShaDowBurn time for the Fusion. While he had a better showing in this game than in his last outing, he simply couldn't put the team on his back for the entire match. It wasn't for lack of effort, though. His Pharah continues to be a dominating force that gives the opposing team plenty of headaches whenever he takes the stage. His best moment came on Lijiang Tower when he had to try and hold down the control point on his own, but for as valiant of an effort as it was, it wasn't long before he was cut down. It simply seems as though this team is missing something and can't click at the same level that we were used to seeing from this team during Stages 2 and 3.
Crumbles on the frontline
June 3, 2018
SADO falters during a 3-1 loss at the hands of the Los Angeles Gladiators on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
Simply put, SADO looked like a much worse version of Fissure all throughout this match. He started the series off on the right foot, but once things got underway, he was getting pushed around with ease. His positioning was a bit suspect and he just couldn't seem to hold down the frontline like he has the last couple weeks. The problems weren't simply limited to him alone, however, as the entire team just looked a bit rough in comparison to the Gladiators.
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