Jooseok "Twilight" Lee finds himself in one of the best positions an Overwatch professional can be in. He is the best support player on the best team and is just one win away from becoming the 2019 Overwatch League champion. The Vancouver Titans' phenom has made his impact felt throughout the entire 2019 season and has another chance to help cement the Titans in Overwatch League history. Let's take a closer look at the Vancouver superstar.
Twilight began his professional Overwatch career when he joined BK Stars. The team competed in Apex Season 1, a Korean-based Overwatch tournament that featured the best of the best in the professional scene. Twilight's stint with BK Stars didn't last long and he went of to join CONBOX where he competed with them in Apex Season 2 and Season 3. They found moderate success, but Twilight eventually left. Before the Overwatch League, the height of Twilight's professional career was during his tenure with RunAway where they took first place during Overwatch Contenders 2018 Season 2: Korea.
When the Overwatch League expanded for the 2019 season, RunAway's roster became the Vancouver Titans and the rest is history. The Titans found success early and became the number one team quickly. They won the stage one playoffs and fell just short in stage two. The Vancouver Titans rode their momentum all season to a number one seed in the playoffs and a birth in the Overwatch League Grand Finals.
Twilight is a flex support player and shows his versatility on a number of heroes. He made his name in the Overwatch League on Zenyatta, but has shown to be just as impactful on both Ana and Moira as the metas shifted.
While Twilight hasn't strayed much from those three heroes, his impact on each of them help solidify the Titans as the best team in the league. He consistently pumps out both healing and damage to great effect, making him a dangerous opponent to go against.
Overwatch League Impact
Twilight has made a name for himself after just one season in the Overwatch League. As Zenyatta, Twilight ranked first in "lowest first death rate in team fights" and first in "team fight win rate." Because of his ability to stay alive during team fights, Twilight was able to continue pumping out damage, keeping his team healed up, and discording enemies properly Because of his outstanding Zenyatta play, Twilight was named one of five finalists for 2019 Overwatch League MVP as well as becoming a Role Star for the support role.
His clutch Ana sleep darts, pin-point Zenyatta accuracy, and well-timed Moira ultimate made him the best support throughout the entire 2019 season. He solidified himself as one of the best supports of all time for the Overwatch League and his impact will be felt for as long as he decides to play.
Jooseok "Twilight" Lee has had a successful career in Overwatch up to this point. At just 21 years old, the Korean phenom has a chance to continue his career and help keep the Titans at the top of the Overwatch League for years to come. In a season full of highs and only a few lows, he is in a prime position to help Vancouver win the 2019 Overwatch League Grand Finals this Sunday, September 29th at 3:00pm EST.