Things are moving and shaking in the Overwatch League, all in preparation of the upcoming All-Star game. Set for next week, the latest Overwatch League All-Star game will allow players to complete in several custom-skill matches as well as the All-Star event itself, and we've finally got our look at each of the players populating both the Atlantic and Pacific reserves.
As revealed in a press release from Blizzard, the reserve players for the 2019 All-Star game have all been "selected by player, coach, broadcast talent, and staff voting." Here's the full list broken down by region:
- Tae-Sung “Anamo” Jung — New York Excelsior, support
- Dusttin “Dogman” Bowerman — Atlanta Reign, support
- Harrison “Kruise” Pond — Paris Eternal, support
- Se-Hyun “Neko” Park — Toronto Defiant, support
- Dong-Gyu “Mano” Kim — New York Excelsior, tank
- Jun-Ho “Fury” Kim — London Spitfire, tank
- Jae-Hui “Gesture” Hong — London Spitfire, tank
- Tae-Hong “Meko” Kim — New York Excelsior, tank
- Jun-Young “Profit” Park — London Spitfire, damage
- Yeon-Gwan “Nenne” Jeong — New York Excelsior, damage
- Jeong-Woo “Sayaplayer” Ha — Florida Mayhem, damage
- Dante “Danteh” Cruz — Houston Outlaws, damage
- Seong-Jun “Slime” Kim — Vancouver Titans, support
- Min-Ki “Viol2t” Park — San Francisco Shock, support
- Jin-Seo “Shu” Kim — Guangzhou Charge, support
- Ju-Seok “Twilight” Lee — Vancouver Titans, support
- Matthew “Super” DeLisi — San Francisco Shock, tank
- Sang-Beom “Bumper” Park — Vancouver Titans, tank
- Min-Seok “OGE” Son — Dallas Fuel, tank
- Indy “Space” Halpern — Los Angeles Valiant, tank
- Jay “Sinatraa” Won — San Francisco Shock, damage
- Hyo-Jong “Haksal” Kim — Vancouver Titans, damage
- Gui-Un “Decay” Jang — Los Angeles Gladiators, damage
- Min-Sung “Diem” Bae — Shanghai Dragons, damage
The press release also provides more information about player eligibility, staying that "[all] reserve players will be eligible to compete in the custom skill games on May 15 and the Overwatch League 2019 All-Star Game on May 16."
Furthermore, the Stage 2 playoffs are slated to begin tomorrow, May 9, starting at 6 p.m. Pacific time. Overwatch League fans can find more details at the official Overwatch League website, or by tuning in to live streams featured over on the Overwatch League Twitch page.
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