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Overwatch • Jun 27, 2019

How to get Jjonak's new MVP Zenyatta skin in Overwatch

How to get Jjonak's new MVP Zenyatta skin in Overwatch
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The first-ever Overwatch League MVP skin made especially for Sung-hyeon "JJoNak" Bang of the New York Excelsior is now available in game.

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Jjonak was crowned Most Valuable Player of the Overwatch League’s Inaugural season in part because of his godlike Zenyatta play, that’s more or less continued to the current season as well.

To celebrate his achievement, Blizzard designed Jjonak his very own Zenyatta skin and were nice enough to give the rest of us the chance to get our hands on it as well.

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Jjonak seems to really like the skin Blizzard made just for him.

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How do we get the new skin?

The MVP Zenyatta skin is based on the pro’s love for octopuses, JJonak stands for “jjomullak najki,” or “fumbling octopus” and he even has one tattooed on his arm.

The skin looks incredible with little octopus orbs, and definitely worthy of one of the best Overwatch players around.

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The "Zen-Nakji" Legendary skin is a must-have for any true Zenyatta fan.

Now regular players have the chance to get their hands on the skin from June 27 to July 14 for 200 Overwatch League Tokens, which can either be bought with real money or earned from watching OWL on Twitch.

The skin can be unlocked by going to the Overwatch League menu in game and selecting the grey OWL tab, where it can be found right next to the Lucio Dance Party emote.

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Big changes coming to the Overwatch League

After announcing his retirement from the Overwatch League, former L.A. Gladiators pro Baek ‘Fissure’ Chan-hyung confirmed on stream that the League would be going to a 2-2-2 role lock for Stage 4 of the current second season.

This would mean that teams would be forced to run two DPS, two tanks and two supports, which would essentially eliminate the GOATs composition from play.

Whether or not this means that 2-2-2 will be coming to the main game for everyone else remains to be seen, but if it does it would be one of the biggest changes to ever happen to Overwatch since the game came out.

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