O2 Blast vs. Shanghai Dragons Preview & Results – Overwatch League 2023 Spring Stage Knockouts East

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O2 Blast vs. Shanghai Dragons Preview & Results – Overwatch League 2023 Spring Stage Knockouts East

O2 Blast vs. Shanghai Dragons may be the first game in the Spring Stage Knockouts East in which a Contenders team is favored over an Overwatch League team.

A highly weakened Shanghai Dragons has an even tougher challenge in the lower bracket.

Shanghai Dragons

The Shanghai Dragons don't have a single foothold in the Spring Stage Knockouts East. They were sent to the lower bracket by a lesser team than O2 Blast, and now they're being put up to the task of O2 Blast themselves. The best Contenders team in the world likely will overlap one of the worst Overwatch League teams. For Dragons to win this, they have to show whatever signs of life it was that they were showing against the Seoul Dynasty.

Players

Tank

  • Byung-sun “Fleta” Kim

DPS

  • Jung-woong “Viper” Lee
  • Hee-su “Heesu” Jeong

Support

  • Nam-jim “Gangnamjin” Kang
  • Seung-hyun “Ir1s” Kim
  • Huichang “BeBe” Yoon

O2 Blast

It took one of the best Overwatch League teams in the world to send O2 Blast to the lower bracket of the Spring Stage Knockouts East by a 3-2 scoreline. For them to now be going up against one of the worst Overwatch League teams in the world is practically no challenge at all. This match is like a warm up for the rest of the lower bracket for them. They're expecting a 3-0 win in this match.

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Players

Tank

  • Jun-hwa “Attack” Kim
  • Min-seo “Marve1” Hwang

DPS

  • Jun-young “Probe” Jung
  • Seon-woo “KNIFE” Lee
  • Seung-yong “TOPDRAGON” Jeong

Support

  • Gi-beom “OPENER” An
  • Hyeong-woo “irony” Kim

Shanghai Dragons vs. O2 Blast Results

Maps

Player of the Match

O2 Blast vs. Shanghai Dragons Preview & Results – Overwatch League 2023 Spring Stage Knockouts East
Joseph Shay
Joseph is Production Director and Writer with experience in the esports field. He has coached Overwatch teams in North American and Pacific Contenders, and has been an avid esports fan for years now. Outside of esports and media, he is a Creative Writing major based out of Virginia, USA.