The OWLs Nest is CheckpointXP’s official podcast for the Overwatch League. Every episode Robbie Landis is joined by Jake Lyon to discuss the latest league moves, matches, and more. As the Overwatch League, regular season nears its conclusion everyone is looking for the MVP of the season. The postseason is bearing down on us and along with it voting for that most valuable player has commenced.
With the regular season winding down the debates on most valuable players have gone from predictions to debates. The Overwatch League has released the official list of candidates and voting has begun. The list spans 6 teams, includes three tanks, two supports, and five DPS players. That list includes…
- Byungsun “Fleta” Kim, DPS , Shanghai Dragons
- Gicheol “Cr0ng” Nam, Tank, Guangzhou Charge
- Minki “Viol2t” Park, Support, San Francisco Shock
- Gihyo “Xzi” Jung, DPS, Paris Eternal
- Jun-woo “Void” Kang, Tank, Shanghai Dragons
- Byung-sun “Fleta” Kim, DPS, Shanghai Dragons
- Kyung-bo “Alarm” Kim, Support, Philadelphia Fusion
- Jae-hyeok “Carpe” Lee, DPS, Philadelphia Fusion
- Ou “Eileen” Yiliang, DPS, Guangzhou Charge
- Jun-ki “Yaki” Kim, DPS, Florida Mayhem
- Hyo-bin “ChoiHyoBin” Choi, Tank, San Francisco Shock
There Can Be Only One
Robbie and Jake break down the list of the MVP candidates on this episode of the OWLs Nest. What makes each individual player worth of the Most Valuable Player title. What sets them apart from the rest of the DPS, Tanks, and Supports? And most importantly, who is actually going to take home the MVP award? Will it be Alarm, the rookie support of the Philadelphia Fusion? His past performance in the Countdown Cup against Paris showed how to pinpoint accurate he is with lightning reflexes on Ana sleep darts. Or will Choihyobin of San Francisco Shock cement another Shock legacy as he nabs the nod with his incredible Sigma play. Make sure you head to the Overwatch League website and cast your own vote for the Overwatch League MVP.
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