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Ex-Florida Mayhem coach R2der responds to criticism by his former players

Published: 23/Jan/2019 12:10 Updated: 23/Jan/2019 12:24

by Joe O'Brien


Former Florida Mayhem coach Choi ‘R2der’ Hyun-jin has responded to criticism of his coaching by his former players.

After Florida Mayhem announced they were parting ways with R2der, former Mayhem player Johan ‘CWoosH’ Klingestedt – now a head coach himself for Contenders EU Season 3 champions Team Gigantti – tweeted a scathing appraisal of R2der’s coaching, saying that letting him go was “one of the best decisions Mayhem has done.”

R2der has now responded to the accusations, apologizing to the players who felt hurt but also explaining the difficulty of the circumstances in which he was working.

After originally being brought on as an assistant coach, R2der was forced to coach alone after ‘Mineral’ took a step back for health reasons. The team was also without an interpreter for some time.

Consequently, R2der focused on the strategic element of the team, but acknowledges that he failed in other aspects required of a well-rounded head coach.

The Mayhem had a difficult season, saved from dead last only by the extreme failure of the winless Shangai Dragons. Despite the pedigree of the team formerly known as Misfits, they never really looked in contention against most of the league.

Florida Mayhem have undergone a major rebuild after their disappointing first season. Only three members of the Season One squad remain, with the once-Swedish line-up now made up mostly of South Korean players.

Season Two of the Overwatch League is due to kick off on February 14, and Florida Mayhem’s new line-up will make its debut on February 15 against newcomers Atlanta Reign.


Overwatch Oct 28 update makes Sombra more consistent than ever

Published: 29/Oct/2020 1:26 Updated: 29/Oct/2020 2:08

by Brad Norton


The October 28 Overwatch update has arrived and the latest patch comes with a ton of critical bug fixes, many of which will give Sombra mains a huge sigh of relief.

Blizzard has been on a hot streak with major quality of life improvements over the past few days. On Oct. 20, it was Wrecking Ball and Lucio that received some much-needed changes. A few days later, on Oct. 22, multiple heroes had their health adjusted.

Now, it’s time for Sombra players to rejoice as the latest update is almost entirely for them. While a ton of bug fixes were in focus this time around, it’s clear that Sombra was Blizzard’s top priority for this patch.

If you’ve been avoiding the hero, now is the time to jump back in with your favorite hacker. Here’s everything there is to know about the latest Overwatch update.

Overwatch Sombra Translocator
Sombra’s Translocator was at the top of the list in the latest Overwatch patch.

Sombra is the only hero that received changes in the October 28 patch notes. Everything else on the list purely focused on general bug fixes. Two main changes for the Damage dealer should make her life easier than ever.

First up, a rare Translocator bug was squashed. Seemingly at random, her teleporting ability could go on its full six-second cooldown if it was destroyed while being used. As with most abilities in Overwatch, if they’re taken out the split moment in which they’re triggered, the game often refunds them right away. Sombra’s translocator should now function just the same.

Moreover, if you’re invisible with the hero, you can now rely on her intel more than ever before. Sombra is supposed to be notified when an enemy spots her while cloaked. That hadn’t been the case from time to time due to a pesky bug. Though the brand new update has completely fixed this issue. 

No matter where you are or how many opposing players spot you, you will now be properly alerted when enemies are onto the case.

Sombra gameplay
Sombra-mains will have a far simpler time while invisible moving forward.

Among the other changes were plenty of fixes for the Workshop mode. Funnily enough, if Sombra is more than double her normal size for whatever reason, she’ll be detected properly in that form too.

The full list of changes in the October 28 patch can be found below.



  • Fixed a bug that would cause colorblind friendly names for duel and elimination game modes to not appear properly



  • Fixed a rare bug where Sombra’s translocator could be on cooldown after use if it was shot at the same time it was used
  • Fixed a bug that would cause Sombra to not receive a detect notification when being seen or receive a detect notification without being seen by an enemy


  • Fixed a bug where Workshop Setting Combo failed to paste when using the non-default option
  • Fixed a bug where presets/codes would fail to import when created using older versions of Workshop Setting Int/Real/Toggle
  • Fixed a bug where Player Stat and Player Hero Stat would not work in the Conditions of a Rule
  • Fixed a bug where having a high number of dormant Conditions and Actions would have a worse impact on server load than usual
  • Fixed a bug where an expensive Condition in a Wait Until action could continue to affect server load after the action finished
  • Fixed a bug where multiple Start Camera or Start Facing actions on the same player could interfere with each other, causing some not to work
  • Fixed a bug that caused Sombra to not be detected properly when scaled over twice as large