Seoul Dynasty Hosts Overwatch Pacific Challenge With Guests Guangzhou Charge

TJ Denzer,

December 11, 2018 3:10 PM

Ahead of the new Overwatch League season, Gen.G and Seoul Dynasty are gearing up for the Overwatch Pacific Challenge in Korea, inviting fans to see their favorite Seoul Dynasty players and an exhibition match with Guangzhou Charge.

Overwatch League Season 2 isn’t far away. Teams have been announced left and right and players are moving back and forth between the rosters as everyone gears up to make year 2 of the competition the fiercest one yet. Returning team Seoul Dynasty has made some big plans for the new year alongside Gen.G and those plans just keep getting bigger. The team is launching a fan appreciation event in Korea in the form of the Overwatch Pacific Challenge and newcomer team Guangzhou Charge is joining in on the action with a friendly exhibition match set to take place between the two.

The Overwatch Pacific Challenge was announced by Gen.G in a press release on December 11, 2018. Set to take place on December 29 and cap off the year, Seoul Dynasty will set up at the Paradise City Hotel and Resort in Korea. There, fans will be able to meet their favorite players from the roster of Joon Hyeok “ZUNBA” Kim, Je Hong “ryujehong” Yu, Jin Mo “tobi” Yang, Chan Hyung “Fissure” Baek, Sang Beom “Munchkin” Byun and Byung Sun “FLETA” Kim, as well as new additions to the team, including Min Hyuk “Michelle” Choi, Min Seo “Marve1” Hwang, and Seung Soo “Jecse” Lee.

With new players on Seoul Dynasty, the team is set to show off fresh gameplans and new strategies in this coming exhibition.
With new players on Seoul Dynasty, the team is set to show off fresh gameplans and new strategies in this coming exhibition.

The main event of the night will be a special exhibition match. Seoul Dynasty has invited fellow Pacific team and rival Guangzhou Charge to the event to test their limits in a friendly match and gauge each other ahead of the second season. Ticket holders will be able to interact with Seoul Dynasty players before and premium ticket holders (dubbed the Dynasty class ticket) will be able to step on stage with the players after the match is over. The tickets have gone on sale through Ticketlink.

Whether or not one is able to see the action go down, it may very well be a sign of things to come. With returning team Seoul Dynasty looking to test out its new talents and newcomer Guangzhou Charge looking to make an opening statement, it may just be a telling glimpse for what we may expect out of these two teams when Overwatch League Season 2 starts on February 14, 2019.


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