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Tweets of the Week ft. bowl cuts, debuts, and anime

Volamel 2019-04-22 02:44:04
  After one of Overwatch League’s most chaotic weeks, Stage 2 is set to seriously change the landscape of how Season 2 will be viewed. Atlanta beating NYXL, but losing to Guangzhou leaves us with another strange love-triangle similar to Stage 1’s circular match records. Transitive property aside, here are your Tweets of the week for the week of April 15th.
OWL is an Anime As long as I get Yes’s Roundabout, cheesy training montages, and secret techniques--I’m good. In other news, Shock clapped the Spark, 4-0.     Leenock who? Nothing gets by JJoNak’s vision alive. Why? Because he’s the exception, but he also might be a sentient race of alien that crash-landed on Earth millions of years ago. Just a thought!     The Boop God A return to form is always nice to see, and Tobi is quickly climbing the ladder of world-class Lucio’s once again. New tricks for an old dog.   Interview? IDK After having one of the most clutch saves in Overwatch to date, iDK reveals why he was bummed after the big win.   Sleepy to Washington While the Justice sits at the very bottom of the league, at the very least, they are actually making moves to try and improve. Your move Mayhem.     Clever Use of Mechanics eMIL from Angry Titans shows a cheeky Translocator placement aimed at hacking the Reinhardt which opens them up for a key Shatter. Upon reading farther, what’s even more interesting is that Davin, the enemy Zarya, read the play beforehand and was only a few frames from saving his team.     Hunted Not only have the Los Angeles Gladiators massively improved since Stage 1, but their social media is easily one of the best in the league.     Bowl Cut Atlanta Reing’s flex support, Dogman, once said on stream that if he ever made it into the Overwatch League he’d get a Korean bowl cut. Welp, I hope you enjoy your bangs Dusttin.     Brigitte Bad Can you remember a time where either ZachaREE or blase were not complaining about Brigitte?     Brand Lifted Diya, the final remaining Chinese player left on the Shanghai Dragons, found his debut this week and had his first victory. Now he just needs to walk across the stage.  
Joseph “Volamel” Franco has followed esports since the MLGs of 2006. He started out primarily following Starcraft 2, Halo 3, and Super Smash Bros. Melee. He has transitioned from viewer to journalist and writes freelance primarily about Overwatch and League of Legends. If you would follow his thoughts you can follow him at @Volamel.

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