San Francisco Shock’s Park ‘Architect’ Min-ho made an insane play to help secure his team the win against Houston Outlaws.
A massive multi-kill in the final map of the series was crucial to coming out with a victory.
Architect was one of the hottest prospects outside of the Overwatch League when the mid-season signing period arrived, and it was the San Francisco Shock that was able to secure his services.
The signing paid dividends in the Shock’s latest match, as the San Francisco team found themselves coming down to the wire against the Houston Outlaws.
San Francisco found themselves down in the series at 1-2, but having forced a fifth map the team had an opportunity to secure the match victory on Oasis.
On the opening point of the map the Shock took the lead, reaching 99% and trying to fend off an Outlaws attack to score a 1-0 lead. Architect’s Pharah arrived to seal the deal with an incredible five-kill play, locking down the point.
San Francisco ultimately secured the map, stealing the series from Houston along with any possibility of the Outlaws reaching the stage playoffs. San Francisco themselves are also out of the running due to map count, but they have secured a season’s-best finish in the stage.
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