The San Franciso Shock went head to head with the Seoul Dynasty today in an all-out battle for Overwatch supremacy in the Overwatch 2020 grand finals.
San Francisco Shock makes history by becoming the two times Overwatch champions. Dynasty was an underdog. Both championship teams. Profit is the LeBron of Overwatch number one in DPS and eliminations. The match has been highly anticipated, especially with the DPS matchup.
The Shock took the first match by successfully snuffing Jester from the backline. The Shock was able to maintain control in round one. STRIKER was racking up kills in round one.
Kings Row the second roundmap has always been a place of domination for the Shock. Dynasty started on attack for the start of round one. The Shock moved forward at a break-neck pace and Seoul could do little to stop their progress.
Initially, Neutralizing Profit seemed to the world but a triple Kill at put that the rest and started the last min reverse. Gesture (roadhog) play was solid and pushed the Shock forward.
ViOL21T went on a DPS rampage and applied heavy pressure on Profit. The Shock put up an incredible defense. But the effort proved was ultimately overwhelmed by Dynasty’s game clutch gameplay. And the map goes 2-3 but the Shock pushed through for the win.
Hanamura was the map on round three, where Striker dominates typically. Pro Super Roadhog play had made a massive impact on the Shock’s 2-0 series lead. Hanamura is another map where the Shock dominates; Dynasty’s choice of this map left the announcers amazed at their selection and left them wondering if they had a secret strategy?
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However, the choice ended up being a winning strategy good decision but the shock changed their team comp, and the switch up proved to be a fatal mistake and proved to be futile in the end.
SF Shock Wins Back To Back
BACK. TO. BACK.
— Overwatch League (@overwatchleague) October 10, 2020
The risky map choices and Genji pick proved to be a winning strat. Profits finally came to life on map three and pulled the Dynasty to even the score 2-2 map. Profit vs Striker was a key matchup during the first two matches.
Good job San Fransisco Shock, you are 2x OWL champions back to back! Hopefully, Philidelphia Fusion will be able to win next year, we are rooting for you!