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More Competitions. An official announcement by the team is expected within the next few weeks.Shanghai has had a disastrous debut in the inaugural Overwatch League season, currently sitting last in the standings without a match victory thus far, accumulating a 4-33 map record and 0-8 match record.

The team has looked disorganized and failed to produce under tank players Wenhao "Roshan" Jing and Dongjian "MG" Wu.Shanghai has two matches left in Stage 1 against the Dallas Fuel and the Los Angeles Valiant, and without a major shift is on pace to end the Stage 1 of the OWL without a win.Part of the idea for the South Korean players to come at once is to alleviate concerns over communication within the team, which is made up of Mandarin speakers.
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Geguri was meant to be part of that overhaul, though, so any lengthy delay will likely only keep the Dragons in the OWL basement. It is officially licensed by The Overwatch League and comes with an individually numbered, tamper-evident hologram from Fanatics Authentic. NEWS. Hearthstone Masters.


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In 2019, She was included in Time's list of "Next Generation Leaders" for "Fighting Gender Bias in Gaming".


World of Warcraft Arena World Championship. LEAGUE. Support Account My Gifts Careers Company. Kim Se-yeon (Korean: 김세연; Hanja: 金世娟, born June 26, 1999), better known as Geguri (게구리), is a South Korean professional Overwatch player for the Shanghai Dragons of the Overwatch League. After Overwatch League general managers signed and set their final rosters, critics cited the lack of women as a step backward for a game that showcases a wide variety of diverse characters.Overwatch League and the Shanghai Dragons have not yet commented on this report at the time of publication. South Korean Overwatch player Kim "Geguri" Se-yeon will become the first female in the Overwatch League and will be joined by three other South Korean players as … The Philadelphia Fusion didn’t participate in the OWL preseason because of complications that rose from visa applications.Hopefully the wait won’t lessen the impact of Geguri’s OWL debut later in Stage Two, but Shanghai, which is 0-10 currently, could have no postseason aspirations without a dramatic turnaround. SCHEDULE. Overwatch League player Kim "Geguri" Se-yeon is a rare woman in the male-dominated eSports world. This process helps to ensure that the product purchased is authentic and eliminates any possibility of duplication or fraud.

Welcome to the Overwatch League, your home for all the latest information, news, scores and stats from the league! Overwatch League. Here's how she's navigated the pressure. To ensure authenticity, the hologram can be reviewed online. The addition of Geguri, Fearless and Ado will give the Chinese-based organization much-needed improvements in crucial areas. Wednesday’s official signing of Kim “Geguri” Se-Yeon by the Overwatch League’s Shanghai Dragons was celebrated as a big first step for inclusivity within the league, and fans in the know on Geguri’s Zarya skills couldn’t wait to see how she’d perform on the game’s largest stage. She is the first female player to be signed to an Overwatch League team.

Overwatch World Cup. The three South Korean players do not speak the language, but are expected to begin learning as much as they can in time for their debut.Last month, discussion arose across the Overwatch and esports landscape regarding the lack of inclusion of women in the Overwatch League. Geguri (게구리) is a misspelling of the korean word for frog; gaeguri (개구리).

South Korean Overwatch off-tank Kim "Geguri" Se-yeon, formerly of ROX Orcas, is set to join Shanghai Dragons in the Overwatch League and become the first female player to join the league, multiple sources close to the players involved and the organization told Geguri will be Element Mystic tank captain Lee "Fearless" Eui-Seok and MVP Space flex Cheon "Ado" Ki-hyun, sources said.The three South Korean players will be joined by a fourth unknown Chinese player to round out the Dragons roster, should the deal go through, sources said.Geguri's move to the Dragons will not only mark the first time a female will compete in Blizzard's Overwatch League -- she will be one of only a few women competing professionally in esports at the highest level of their respective game. OWL has had a bit of a rocky go of it early on in terms of timing when it comes to visa applications.