The Seoul franchise for the Overwatch League has signed three new players, Byeon “Munchkin” Sang-beom, Koo “xepheR” Jae-mo, and Kim “Fleta” Byung-sun, according to a report from GameMeca’s Kim Mee-hee.
Lunatic-Hai, the two-time defending champion of OGN Overwatch APEX, suffered an upset Friday at the hands of GC Busan and has been eliminated from Season 4.
KSV eSports and Lunatic-Hai, the roster for the Seoul franchise in the upcoming Overwatch League, seeks fan input for coming up with a name for the team.
South Korean esports organization Lunatic-Hai announced Sunday through Facebook it will venture into Counter-Strike and PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS.
Kim “EscA” In-jae, the DPS player for Lunatic-Hai, Korea’s best Overwatch team, addressed the amount of criticism he’s received from the Korean Overwatch community during a stream.
Lunatic-Hai, the widely considered best Overwatch team in the world, revealed the roster Wednesday for a second team, which happened through an online tournament hosted by the Korean Overwatch team, Team Contentsbox.
The coach for Lunatic-Hai, perhaps the best Overwatch team in the world, spoke at length about various perceived shortcomings of Blizzard when it comes the handling Overwatch.
Three players from reigning OGN Overwatch Apex champion Lunatic-Hai will represent South Korea in the Overwatch World Cup.