Full Rosters for Overwatch League All-Star Game Revealed
Over 55,000 fans voted for the starting lineup of the Pacific and Atlantic Division Overwatch League All-Star Teams; reserves were chosen by the league.
Today, the Overwatch League announced the full 18-player rosters — which includes starters and reserves — for both the Atlantic and Pacific Divisions for this weekend’s All-Star Game. After over 55,000 fans cast their votes with Overwatch League players, coaches, casters, and staff selecting the reserves, here are what the teams will look like:
Coached by New York Excelsior’s Hyeon-Sang “Pavane” Yoo.
- Seong-Hyun “Jjonak” Bang – New York Excelsior, Support
- Jong-Ryeol “Saebyeolbe” Park – New York Excelsior, DPS
- Do-Hyeon “Pine” Kim – New York Excelsior, Flex
- Yeon-Jun “Ark” Hong – New York Excelsior, Support
- Jae-Hyeok “Carpe” Lee – Philadelphia Fusion, DPS
- Jae-Hui “Gesture” Hong – London Spitfire, Tank
- Ji-Hyeok “Birdring” Kim – London Spitfire, DPS (injured)
- Hae-Seong “Libero” Kim – New York Excelsior, DPS
- Nam-Ju “STRIKER” Gwon – Boston Uprising, DPS
- Jeong-Woo “Sayaplayer” Ha – Florida Mayhem, DPS
- Seung-Tae “Bdosin” Choi – London Spitfire, Support
- Se-Hyun “Neko” Park – Boston Uprising, Support
- Dong-Gyu “Mano” Kim – New York Excelsior, Tank
- Tae-Hong “Meko” Kim – New York Excelsior, Tank
- Austin “Muma” Wilmot – Houston Outlaws, Tank
- Young-Jin “Gamsu” Noh – Boston Uprising, Tank
- Jun-Ho “Fury” Kim – London Spitfire, Flex
- Gael “Poko” Gouzerch – Philadelphia Fusion, Flex
- Jun-Young “Profit” Park – London Spitfire, DPS (sub for Birdring)
Coached by Los Angeles Valiant’s Byung-Chul “Moon” Moon.
- Chan-Hyung “Fissure” Baek – Seoul Dynasty, Tank
- Scott “Custa” Kennedy – Los Angeles Valiant, Support
- Se-Yeon “Geguri” Kim – Shanghai Dragons, Tank
- Byung-Sun “Fleta” Kim – Seoul Dynasty, DPS
- Je-Hong “Ryujehong” Ryu – Seoul Dynasty, Support
- Young-Seo “Kariv” Park – Los Angeles Valiant, Support (replacement for Seagull)
- Brandon “Seagull” Larned – Dallas Fuel, Flex (retired)
- Minho “Architect” Park – San Francisco Shock, DPS
- Terence “SoOn” Tarlier – Los Angeles Valiant, DPS
- Brady “Agilities” Giarardi – Los Angeles Valiant, DPS
- Lan “Surefour” Roberts – Los Angeles Gladiators, DPS
- Young-Seo “Kariv” Park – Los Angeles Valiant, Support
- Benjamin”BigGoose” Isohanni – Los Angeles Gladiators, Support
- Nikola “Sleepy” Andrews – San Francisco Shock, Support
- Pan-Seung “Fate” Koo – Los Angeles Valiant, Tank
- Minseok “OGE” Son – Dallas Fuel, Tank
- Indy “Space” Halpern – Los Angeles Valiant, Flex
- Joon-Hyeok “Zunba” Kim – Seoul Dynasty, Flex
- Pongphop “Mickie” Rattanasangchod – Dallas Fuel, Flex
- Aaron “Bischu” Kim – Los Angeles Gladiators, Flex (sub for Seagull)
Both starting squads are pretty interesting in that they are basically modified versions of existing teams; the Seoul Dynasty make up three of the six starters for the Pacific Division while four of the six starters for the Atlantic Division are from the New York Excelsior. It is no surprise considering Fissure (Dynasty), Fleta (Dynasty), Jjonak (Excelsior and OWL MVP), Saebyeolbe (Excelsior), and Pine (Excelsior) are some of the best players in the world as well as fan-favorites.
The Overwatch League All-Star Weekend will be held at the Blizzard Arena in Los Angeles, California. It all begins on Saturday, August 25, at 4 pm PDT where players will have to test their skill in a series of custom skill matches. The action continues Sunday, August 26, at 11 am PDT, with the actual All-Star Game.
You can catch all of this week’s competitive Overwatch play on Twitch, MLG, and the official Overwatch League website. If you have Disney XD or ESPN3, both channels will be broadcasting the event from 4 pm to 10 pm PDT on Saturday and 11 am to 2 pm PDT on Sunday.