October 1, 2022

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An Overwatch League player knows he's been kicked out via Tweet

An Overwatch League player knows he’s been kicked out via Tweet

Shooting is never fun, but it’s even worse when you find out on Twitter. Sang Min “Myunb0ng” Seo, support player for New York Note and watch League team, find out that they will not play this week or any other match of the week His organization bid him farewell in a tweet. Menu changes in OWL are usually announced via tweets, so this wasn’t out of the ordinary. The problem is that no one seems to have told Seo to release it beforehand. He responded to his farewell tweet with question marks, apparently confused.

Photo: Twitter

As quoted ad on Twitter another question markseemingly confirming the notion that he didn’t know this was coming.

Screenshot from Twitter showing two tweets with text as follows.  Quote retweeted from @Omyunbong:?  Quote a tweet from NYExcelsior today saying goodbye to Myunb0ng.  We would like to thank Myunb0ng for his dedication and hard work over the past year with the team, and we wish him well in all his future endeavours.

Photo: Twitter

This particular revelation inspires the big “Oof” because two hours before tweeting about the Seo release, the New York Excelsior chirp welcome For the newest support player, Soon-jae “Ansoonjae” Jae. So, ostensibly, Seo saw the ad and was in the process of welcoming a support line companion, unaware that said companion would take his place. the curse.

New York Excelsior on Wednesday apologized for the situation. “We published an announcement today thanking Myunb0ng for his time with us, but we failed to properly communicate with the team prior to making this announcement,” the team said. wrote on Twitter. We take full responsibility and no excuses. To Myunb0ng, we deeply regret our miscommunication and putting you in this situation.”

Fans responded to Seo’s tweets with shock, hoping that wasn’t what the player really found out about his release. But even if that were the case, SEO wouldn’t be in poor company. There are many stories in meat sports where players find out about being dropped or traded via tweets and A bunch of other hateful ways. It still kind of stings, though.

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