Effect might face visa hurdles for Overwatch league Season 2.
- Updated: January 11, 2019
Dallas Fuel Overwatch player Hyeon “EFFECT” Hwang might have suggested facing regulatory hurdles for Season 2. The player has faced a tough time in Season 1 as he went back to Korea. Battling stress and later coming out in the open regarding his sexuality, Hyeon has always had the Overwatch Community’s support.
On the 10th of January 2019, Benjamin “uNKOE” Chevasson another Dallas Fuel player posted a thumbs up sign along with his tweet. The tweet suggested that he had secured his visa on time for the upcoming Season. In response to the same, Effect had a thumbs down for the visa tweet. The Overwatch league is scheduled to start from the 14th of February 2019.
but my Visa 👎
— Hyeon Hwang (@EFFECT) January 10, 2019
The current season has eight new teams in the fray. With the addition of more teams, Overwatch League has a somewhat relaxed schedule for Season 2. Player Burnout is a serious issue in Overwatch League. After the completion of the Season 1, players and teams were complaining of burnout and a stressful schedule.
The DPS player for Dallas Fuel is one of the most talented individuals in the Overwatch League. Known for his Tracer gameplay, Hyeon is adept at focussing down a target. However, he is also skilled at several other characters such as Widowmaker and Mccree. We hope to see him back in action for Season 2 very soon.