Wednesday, 28 February 2018

Aces High: An Interview With Support Seung-Tae “Bdosin” Choi


With Stage one having reached its completion, there were a few iconic moments from the 3-2 victory the London Spitfire gained against the New York Excelsior. The first was the comment made by Jong-Yeol "Saebyeolbe" Park stating his reasons for wanting to see the Spitfire beat the Houston Outlaws coming back to bite him, the second was the moment of elation the team showed, especially Jeong-Seok "NUS" Kim and Seung-Tae “Bdosin” Choi when they clinched the stage by reverse sweeping NYXL. Finally the moment after, when realisation of their success but the incoming meta changes would take effect meaning the Spitfire had to prove they deserved their win. This episode of Aces High, is an interview with one of the leagues most aggressive and effective supports Seung-Tae “Bdosin” Choi

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Saturday, 24 February 2018

London Spitfire: Stage Two, Week One - The Good, The Bad & The Ugly


Scheme scheme, plot plot. London Spitfire took that number one spot. Keep coming at them, it won't stop. London Spitfire took that number one spot. Yes stage one is done, finitio, over. It resulted in the Spitfire having to play 14 hours of games, to beat the two teams that beat them in week five, the Houston Outlaws and New York Excelsior, but the team came through to win stage one. Now after two weeks off, stage two begins in possibly the hardest way it could, once again playing rivals Houston and New York. 
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Tuesday, 20 February 2018

Blackwatch Watch List - Stage Two


Stage one ended with a thrilling playoff final in which the London Spitfire came back from 0-2 down to reverse sweep the New York Excelsior in one of the best series we've seen so far. The off season has seen plenty of trades and free agent signings that have shaken up the OWL landscape, from the win-less Shanghai Dragons to the stage victors London Spitfire. Today I’m going to pick out the seven players I feel that are going to be influential for their team for better or worse.
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Thursday, 15 February 2018

Hangar Talk: Welcome To Hurricane Airspace

From the moment that the Blizzard announced that the Contenders tier two series would continue and be a building block towards playing in OWL, there has been speculation as to who the London Spitfire would be fielding in their academy team for the new season starting in March. Would the Spitfire continue with the spicy Korean feel that the main team has or would they look to a more European team similar to the one Jack wanted to field as part of his original OWL team. Well the wait is over and we can announce that it will be one of the best European teams in the tier two scene that will represent our academy. Welcome to the British Hurricanes!!
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Wednesday, 14 February 2018

The Rise of Se-Yeon “Geguri” Kim & The Shanghai Dragons


It’s the first ever mid stage break in Overwatch League history, the London Spitfire have just won the first stage with a 12 man roster and it seems that most teams are looking to this model to improve their own chances of winning. One of these teams are the Shanghai dragons, who were the only team not to win a game last stage. While their roster is improving, it isn’t at the same level as the rest of the league and they need to change this fast. 
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Sunday, 11 February 2018

London Spitfire: Stage One, Week Five & Playoffs - The Good, The Bad & The Ugly


The first stage of the London Spitfire's inaugural season is officially in the books and this week was a week full of action, as it saw both week five of the regular season and the playoffs being played in one weekend. This weekend ended up with the Spitfire starting off low before rising up and obtaining the result that every Spitfire fan wanted. Without further ado, it's time to look into how the final week went for the Spitfire did in this weeks The Good, Bad & Ugly.

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Sunday, 4 February 2018

The Tea Party That Started An Uprising


When Blizzard first announced that they were going to follow the American sport franchise system for the Overwatch League. Robert Kraft, well known for owning sports teams within the state of Massachusetts, jumped at the opportunity to enter the esport scene and became the first owner in Overwatch league history by buying the Boston spot. While some teams picked up some of the biggest named players and teams available to them. Boston took a different approach to building their roster, but one that is well known with in the state. They brought a moneyball approach to esport.

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Saturday, 3 February 2018

London Spitfire: Stage One, Week Four - The Good, The Bad & The Ugly


Week four was meant to be the Spitfire facing the final boss in the now 6-1 Seoul Dynasty who were joint top of the league and the slowly improving yet still 0-7 Shanghai Dragons. In truth what happened was that the London Spitfire themselves turned into the final boss and absolutely destroyed both Seoul and Shanghai in convincing 4-0 fashion. With the Spitfire sitting pretty at the top of the league, it's now time to dive into this weeks, The Good, The Bad & The Ugly.
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