It can’t be made to the top by everyone. On Sept. 7, the loser circle of the 2019 Overwatch League started and two clubs, including the League’s first division winners, did not finish their entry journey.
The Seoul Dynasty confronted the Hangzhou Spark during the first round of the loser bracket. Some people challenged the Spark’s capacity to adapt to a brand new meta after suffering a defeat to Los Angeles Gladiators in semifinals.
Sadly, Hangzhou was only prepared to understand the meta in the moment for Seoul Dynasty supporters. The Spark had merely a top edge, even after heroes from Seoul’s primary reservoir “Marve1” Min-seo like Sigma. Jun-ki in Doomfist, Spark’s Park “Bazzi,” was a big component of Team 4-1 victory over the Dynasty.
The supporters of Ryus “Ryujehong” Je-hong and Yang “Tobi” Jin-mo from the Seoul Dynasty apologies for the team’s failure while flowers were being shedded in their mental post-match session. “We attempted to improve ourselves and our gameplay all year round but sadly we were brief,” said Ryujehong through Danny Lim’s interviewer. The San Francisco shock rapidly regrouped in front of the London Spitfire in the Loser’s bracket following a disastroustful loss yesterday to the Atlanta reign. Although Joon-yeong’s London DPS park “Good” showed complete Pharah heroics, San Francisco has been bloodless. Shock DPS Kwon’s “Strike” and primary backing, “Moth” Espe, were brilliant as the Spitfire was taken 4-0 by San Francisco.
The London Spitfire, which in 2018 won the first season of the Overwatch League, had a rough season. Although it battles into the playoffs through the play-in competition, the elimination of Spitfire by the Shock is ruining its opportunities for a victorious two-year run.
The knockout bracket of the winner starts on Sept. 8. The Gladiators will face the Titans from Vancouver at 2 pm CT and the New York Excelsior will take on the Atlanta Reign at 5 pm CT. In the semi final match, the Hangzhou Spark and the San Francisco Shock will be facing the losers.