- Dallas Fuel are once again short of tank players, and have added OGE to the team
- OGE hasn’t played a lot of professional Overwatch but Fuel see something in him
- Are Dallas Fuel losing patience with their controversial current tank player xQc?
Dallas Fuel have announced the addition of tank player Min-seok ‘OGE’ Son to their main roster.
OGE is relatively inexperienced in the esports scene, having only played for one team before in Korea.
CONBOX were a mid-tier team in APEX, and OGE was only one the team for a few months before the entire roster was released in October 2017.
Dallas Fuel have added main tank player Min-seok ‘OGE’ Son to their Overwatch League team
OGE has been a free agent since then, and has now impressed Dallas Fuel enough for them to add him to the team.
Dallas Fuel have been busy in the transfer window, adding three new players since it opened. It looked like the additions of Dylan ‘aKm’ Bignet and Dong-jun ‘Rascal’ Kim were making the difference at the start of Stage 2, but Fuel have returned to their poor form since then.
Now, with Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel suspended for the second time this season, Dallas are short on tanks once again. If the organisation are losing patience with the controversial player, perhaps OGE is coming in as a permanent replacement.
Are Dallas Fuel losing patience with their controversial current main tank Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel?
However, as part of the announcement, Dallas Fuel said that OGE is expected to start playing for the team in Stage 3, so they’ll have to make do with their current roster for now.
OGE’s addition means that although xQc is currently suspended, behind the scenes the team has a full 12 player roster, opening the door for internal scrims to improve their play.
With Dallas sitting at 10th in the overall season standings, they need to start winning more matches soon to have any chance of making the playoffs at the end of the season.
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