Overwatch pro player Justin ‘Kellar’ Kellar pulled off an insane killing spree with Doomfist in a ranked match.
Kellar was on the defensive side of Junkertown, with the enemy team pushing the payload around the bend of the third stage.
With the opposing team stacking up behind an Orisa shield on the payload, Kellar’s side were gradually conceding ground, until eventually he took matters into his own hands and single-handedly wiped out the entire enemy squad.
Kellar began the streak by picking off the enemy Hanzo, before looking for an opening on the rest of the team stacked on the payload. “Let’s go in,” he told his team-mates. “Gotta walk forward at some point.”
As none immediately responded, Kellar took it upon himself to clear out the opposition. Dropping in on the back line, Kellar pulled off a perfect chain of abilities to quickly wipe out the four defenders, before chasing down a fleeing Roadhog for the ace. To add insult to injury, he killed the Hanzo again off respawn for a total of seven kills in less than thirty seconds.
Unfortunately, Kellar won’t be appearing in the upcoming season of Contenders, after GGEA were disqualified from Contenders Trials ahead of Season Three for failing to meet the roster requirements in time.
The news came as one of the first of a series of issues for Infinite Esports & Entertainment, parent company of OpTic Gaming, Houston Outlaws, and GGEA among others.
The organization has since laid off multiple staff including president Chris Chaney, a former director has been accused of misconduct in negotiations, and most recently a player for OpTic India was caught cheating at the $100,000 eXTREMESLAND LAN.