Shu Destroyed The Competition

Shu Destroyed The Competition

Written by 

Sascha Heinisch


29th Oct 2021 19:41

After a marathon of an OWL 2021 season, the Countdown Cup has drawn to an epic close with the likes of Florida Mayhem, Atlanta Reign, Boston Uprising, Houston Outlaws, Seoul Dynasty, Los Angeles Gladiators and many other Overwatch teams battling it out to be top dog.

Yiska breaks down the team's and player's journey all the way from June Joust to Summer Showdown to the Grand Finals of the Countdown Cup, honing in on OGE's relationship with Head Coach KuKi, Pelican's poor ping connection, Dpei's ability to consistently coach stacked rosters, and Shu's contender for 'Clutch of the Year' moment against Chengdu Hunters.

Sascha Heinisch
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Sascha Heinisch
Sascha "Yiska" Heinisch is a Senior Esports Journalist at GGRecon. He's been creating content in esports for over 10 years, starting with Warcraft 3.
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