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OGE makes the ultimate Wrecking Ball play in competitive Overwatch match

by Joe O'Brien

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Dallas Fuel main tank Son ‘OGE’ Min-seok showed off his Wrecking Ball skills during an Overwatch scrim.

OGE pulled off an epic play that lived up to the hero’s name in a competitive match on Lijiang Tower.

At the start of Lijiang’s Night Market point, the two teams got into a six-vs-six fight on the point to claim initial control.

As the fight progressed, Jeff ’Emongg’ Anderson, playing on OGE’s team as D.Va, was able to help get the enemy team positioned by one of the side doors.

The positioning set up OGE perfectly, who came in swinging to knock the enemy tank line off the map, before finishing the combo with a pile-driver and helping clean up the rest of the team.

The play came in a custom-settings match organized by Dallas Fuel coach Justin ‘Jayne’ Conroy.

In the aftermath of Brandon ‘Seagull’ Larned’s video on the state of Overwatch, which prompted much community debate on the topic as well as an extensive discussion between Seagull, Jayne, Lane ‘Surefour’ Roberts and Félix ‘xQc’ Lengyel.

Jayne organized a set of custom matches among Overwatch League pros and other high-skill players to test a variety of rules for competitive Overwatch, including allowing each team to ban one hero, and varying the active and passive generation speed of ultimate ability charge.

Wrecking Ball has yet to see play in the Overwatch League, only having been released towards the end of the Season One playoffs. Although he’s been seen in the likes of the Overwatch World Cup and Contenders, he won’t make his debut on Overwatch’s biggest stage until OWL Season Two kicks off on February 14.