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The Seoul Dynasty have announced the signing of former London Spitfire player Choi “Bdosin” Seung-tae as the team heads into the 2020 Overwatch League season. This move reunites the 23-year-old with Spitfire teammates Jaehui “Gesture” Hong and Junyoung “Profit” Park.
— Seoul Dynasty 🐯 (@SeoulDynasty) January 13, 2020
Bdosin joins Seoul Dynasty
“We’re excited to announce ‘Bdosin’ Seungtae Choi to the team! Bdosin proved himself as a top healer through outstanding positioning and aggressive plays,” wrote Seoul Dynasty on Twitter. “Join us in welcoming Bdosin to the Tiger Nation.”
The flex support player previously competed on the London Spitfire, which he joined in November of 2017. While there, he led the organization to win the Overwatch League Championship during the Inaugural Season. Other notable achievements for him on the Cloud9-affiliated organization include 5 – 8th during Stage 2 Playoffs of Season 2 and 7 – 8th during the Overwatch League Playoffs.
The Zenyatta main most recently finished 3rd at the Overwatch World Cup while representing Team Korea. He is the third Spitfire player to join the Dynasty and will share his role with fellow flex support Kim “creative” Young-wan, who joined in October from academy team Gen.G Esports.
2020 Overwatch League season
The 2020 Seoul Dynasty roster consists of DPS players Kim “FITS” Dong-eon, Park “ILLICIT” Jae-min, and Profit. The tank role features off-tank Choi “Michelle” Min-hyuk, along with tank players Hwang “Marve1” Min-seo and Gesture. Finally, flex supports creative and Bdosin are accompanied by support player Yang “tobi” Jin-mo.
The full Korean roster will be guided by head coach Park “changgoon” Chang-geun and assistant coach Mun “MMA” Seong-won. Yijun “RacoonPanda” Kim and Kim “WizardHyeong” Hyeong-seok will serve as analysts.
The team finished Season 2 of the Overwatch League in 7 – 8th, after a defeat by the Hangzhou Spark. Can the Dynasty fix old mistakes in their first match of the 2020 season on Feb. 15 against the same Chinese team? Let us know about your opinion, and keep up with Daily Esports for all of your Overwatch coverage.
Ethan Chen is a writer with over 3 years of experience covering esports, gaming, and business.