Dallas Fuel’s Dylan ‘aKm’ Bignet has commented on his relationship with former team-mate Kim ‘Rascal’ Dong-jun.
Both Rascal and aKm joined the Dallas Fuel at a similar time ahead of Stage 2 of the Overwatch League, brought on near the beginning of the mid-season signing window. Rascal eventually departed the team near the beginning of Stage 3.
During Rascal’s time with the Fuel he and aKm were involved in a back-and-forth that saw both players publicly criticize each other for issues within the team. When Rascal ultimately departed the team, the Fuel’s official statement implied that he was a troublesome team-mate.
In a recent post on the competitive Overwatch subreddit, aKm talked about his relationship with Rascal. He takes responsibility for his part of the issues the pair had, and acknowledges that he could have done more to help Rascal overcome his own struggles in the team.
While things didn’t work out for Rascal with Dallas, it seems he and aKm have settled their differences since.
aKm also commented on his current position within the team, and the criticism he has received for his play. Problems with player personnel have seen aKm pushed into playing heroes such as Genji and Tracer, a position he’s not accustomed to and was never intended to play when he was originally brought on.
The Dallas Fuel currently sits in tenth place in the overall league standings with a 6-24 record, and finished Stage 3 in eleventh at 1-8.
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