South Korea Mows Down Russia in Overwatch World Cup Finals

on November 6, 2016 10:02 AM

The first-ever Overwatch World Cup has ended after a weekend of South Korea dominance.

Kicking off on Friday at BlizzCon in Anaheim, a total of 16 different teams completed in the tournament, which tournament concluded on Saturday with the finals match, where the South Koreans absolutely womped the Russians. However, it was not only the Russians who easily fell to South Korea’s might, it was every team in the tournament, with nobody able to even grab a point of the champions.

When Asked if they felt like they have been challenged yet, South Korean player Tae Yeong “Migtairong” Kim said that its first-round opponent team U.S.A. “used a lot of strategy and probably challenged us the most.”

Kim also pointed out that Team Sweden gave difficulties as well, especially team captain André “iddqd” Dahlström who mains as McCree.

Speaking of Sweden, the team took a bronze medal at the tournament with a 3rd place victory over Finland

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