• Lim “Glister” Gil-seon is the dude involved
  • Korean got dropped by the Shock
  • Glister is now second DPS for the French team: they picked up the throwout.

So Paris Eternal wanted a second DPS player, and they got one. In general, they had continued their Overwatch League offseason by staying put and not going for a full rebuild, but hey, they wanted that DPS and they got it!

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Don’t get it wrong, Lim “Glister” Gil-seong has a steadfast trayectory in his league career, and that was what probably pushed on the decision made by the Frenchies.

Glister started out his league career by participating in a lot of minor division teams in Korea, and then he joined Gen.G. The world opened up for Cinderella… ehem… Glister, since he began playing in tourneys such as NetEase Esports X Tournament and Overwatch Contenders Korea. Of course, all this splash finally got the right ones wet, and he went on to join the OWL right smack in the middle of the 2020 season.

In the league, he went on to play for the London Spitfire team for all of the 2020 season. Success was not by his side with this squad, and he wandered away, only to find himself in the claws of one of the most noteworthy squads, the back-to-back champs, the ones with the most renown: San Francisco Shock. But this team was having a hard time going back to their championship level, no matter how hard they tried. They even had an improved overall performance, but fell short of their better exploits. (Tough luck there, Glister dude!)


As part of the frustration on not being able to go back to their previous level of awesome, San Francisco Shock dropped seven players, including Glister. But that left him up for grabs and now Paris Eternal gave him a new home.

Glister will now be chums with Paris Eternal’s roster, namely: DPS Nikolai “naga” Dereli, main tank Daniël “Daan” Scheltema, and supports Emir “Kaan” Okumus and Arthur “dridro” Szanto. These were the ones that were not chopped off by the French squad. There’s another London Spitfire veteran in the team: Choi “JMac” Dae-han, who adopted the position of head coach.  

Having paired up Glister with naga for the DPS front is most probably the polishing Paris Eternal was lacking in order to have a decent product to work with.

If Glister is not the jinx here, that is… hey, I’m just sayin’.

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