Two more Overwatch League teams battle for their spot in the finals of the Spring Stage Knockouts East
Both teams have really split the bracket, with Dallas being on the lower half.
The @DallasFuel's star continues to burn bright 💫
— Overwatch League (@overwatchleague) April 13, 2023
The Dallas Fuel lucked out with their first round in the upper bracket. Making it this far in the upper bracket is a bit more than most people expected after seeing how they started the season. What does that equate to though, when facing up against a team as strong as Seoul Infernal? Well, they've got momentum, and maybe a slightly better game plan. Against the Infernal, they need to bring back that 2022 Overwatch League Championship spirit to start powering through to the Midseason Madness.
- Han-been “Hanbin” Choi
- Yeong-han “Sp9rk1e” Kim
- Tae-Hoon “Edison” Kim
- Jeong-ho “MCD” Lee
- So-myung “Bliss” Kim
The gang's all here❤️🔥 pic.twitter.com/BWYDedo5rj
— Seoul Infernal (@Infernal) March 10, 2023
Seoul Infernal have kicked themselves into high gear. This rebranded team is starting off hot, possibly the second best team in the region with the highest skill average. An unlikely team of underrated players sits in a position where the biggest threat in their bracket in a Contenders team. Of course, that Contenders team is O2 Blast, which any team should be very careful against. After defeating O2 Blast 3-2, Infernal are sitting pretty at the top of the Spring Stage Knockouts East bracket now.
- Tae-sung “Mag” Kim
- Jae-hee “MN3” Yoon
- Hyun-woo “ZEST” Kim
- Yeong-Hun “FiXa” Kwon
- Min-seok “skewed” Kim