Seoul Dynasty Debuts Original Entrance Music in Overwatch League

Joe O'Brien

Seoul Dynasty has released an official theme song for its Overwatch League team.

The song, titled “82” after the calling code for South Korea, features Korean-American rapper pH-1 and was produced by DaviDior, whose work includes production for DJ Khaled’s “I’m the One”.

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The Dynasty debuted the track as their entrance music for their match against Philadelphia Fusion in Stage 4 Week 4 of the Overwatch League. While team walk-ins have been getting more elaborate as the season progressed, Seoul is the first team to commission original music for their entrance.

Dynasty chief growth officer Arnold Hur commented on the partnership in a press release:

“pH-1 and DaviDior are both incredible musicians, and when we learned that they were fans of our Seoul Dynasty team, we knew we had to work together to make something great happen. We took a lot of feedback from our team about what kind of music they liked and worked closely with both pH-1 and DaviDior to put together something that our fans around the world could get excited about.”

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DaviDior also commented:

“I wanted to let the team know that I’m going to support them from beginning to end, and I thought this was a great opportunity to do something innovative and work with the game and team I love. I want to thank Blizzard and the Seoul Dynasty organization for making it happen, and I expect we’ll see more great collaborations with music and gaming in the future.”

The Seoul Dynasty entered the Overwatch League to extremely high expectations, but has unfortunately been unable to live up to them. They have failed to make any of the stage playoffs, and after a loss to the Philadelphia Fusion look likely to also miss out on the end-of-season playoffs as well.

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Joe O'Brien was a veteran esports and gaming journalist, with a passion and knowledge for almost every esport, ranging from Call of Duty, to League of Legends, to Overwatch. He joined Dexerto in 2015, as the company's first employee, and helped shape the coverage for years to come.