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Seoul Dynasty Signs New Players and Coach

Posted 26th October 2018 By: Derpina

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Esports News – Esports team Seoul Dynasty is ready to begin their new journey for the Overwatch League Season 2 with three new players and a new coach. This roster change brings their total number of players to nine, exceeding the minimum eight players needed before December 1. The signing period is still open and all teams can continue to sign, trade, and transfer players.

The signings include the following players:

Choi ‘Michelle’ Min-hyuk – A Flex Tank player from South Korea. He previously played under Lucky Future Zenith; during his stay, his team won the Overwatch Contenders 2018 Season 2: China, the Lan Story Cup 2018-Chengdu, and the Overwatch Contenders 2018 Season 1: China against LGD. Gaming. In 2017, he was part of team Ardeont who won the first season of Overwatch Contenders and the second season of Overwatch Pacific Championship.

Hwang ‘Marve1’ Min-seo – the Main Tank player of Seoul Dynasty. Like Mich elle, he previously played for Lucky Future Zenith and won the Overwatch Contenders 2018 Season 2: China and Lan Story Cup 2018. He was also a former member of Meta Athena and Meta Bellum. His signature heroes are Winston and Reinhardt.

Lee ‘Jesce’ Seung-soo – Seoul Dynasty’s support player. He previously played under the banner of Element Mystic but started his Overwatch professional career with Stardust. His notable achievements include winning the Surge 2017 and Overwatch APEX Challengers Season 5. His signature heroes are Lucio, Mercy, and Ana.

Joining the three players is the new coach of Seoul Dynasty, Lee ‘WhyNot’ Ju-hyeop. He was the former coach of O2 Ardient and a former player of MVP Infinity.

Overwatch Season 1 run

Seoul Dynasty concluded their Overwatch League’s inaugural season at eighth place, a completely different and unexpected ending from the championship-winning team who started the season. The team struggled to find its balance in the playoffs and the matches leading to the grand finals, forcing the organization to drop multiple players from the team into a free agency: Kim “KuKi” Ki to Los Angeles Valiant, Koo “xepheR” Jae-mo to Florida Mayhem, Gong “Miro” Jin-hyuk, Moon “Gido” Gi-do, Choi “Wekeed” Seok-woo. Gambler will stay with the organization as a streamer.



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