Overwatch caster and esports host, Soe Gschwind, has been involved in a “bad” car accident with her partner that has left the pair in hospital.
Announcing the accident in the early hours of November 25, OWL caster and Overwatch community icon, Soe Gschwind, confirmed that she and her partner, Jacob, had both been hospitalized.
Writing that she was “mostly fine,” she goes on to state that the couple were “waiting for him [Jacob] to get a CT done” at the time of writing.
Overwatch caster Soe involved in car accident
“Had a bad car accident,” she states, going on to confirm: “all cars involved got totalled. Looking at my car, I can’t believe everyone walked out of this alive. In shock but very grateful.”
Had a bad car accident. Jacob & I are both at the hospital & are getting checked out. I think I'm mostly fine. Waiting for him to get a CT done. All cars involved got totalled.
Looking at my car, I can't believe everyone walked out of this alive. In shock but very grateful.
— Soe Gschwind (@Soembie) November 25, 2021
The comments section of the tweet are flooded with well-wishes from some of gaming and esports’ biggest stars, as well as a collection of Overwatch League teams.
“Jesus. Hope all the tests come back okay. Sorry to hear this happened,” comments 100 Thieves co-owner and streaming sensation Jack ‘CouRage’ Dunlop.
Jesus. Hope all the tests come back okay. Sorry to hear this happened.
— Jack “CouRage” Dunlop (@CouRageJD) November 25, 2021
This was followed up by a message from fellow OWL analyst, Scott ‘Custa’ Kennedy, who writes “glad to hear both of you are okay.”
Glad to hear both of you are okay >
— Scott Kennedy (@Custa) November 25, 2021
Finally, both Dallas Fuel and Washington Justice’s official OWL account also responded, with the latter commenting “We’re so sorry to hear that but so glad you both are alive. Everyone at the Justice is keeping you and Jacob in our thoughts and we wish you both a speedy recovery.”
We’re so sorry to hear that, but so glad you both are alive. Everyone at the Justice is keeping you and Jacob in our thoughts and we wish you both a speedy recovery. ❤️💙
— Washington Justice (@washjustice) November 25, 2021
As the community continues to show the esports star their support, we’re sure she’ll be welcomed back with open arms when she returns to the stage.