OVERWATCH: Seoul Dynasty’s Gesture announces retirement


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Seoul Dynasty main tank Jae-hee “Gesture” Hong announced his retirement from professional Overwatch League play on Tuesday.

Gesture competed with GC Busan before joining the London Spitfire in November 2017. The 23-year-old South Korean spent two years with the Spitfire before joining Seoul Dynasty and guiding the club to a Grand Finals appearance against the San Francisco Shock in 2020.

“There were lots of tough days, but I was able to overcome the days with the help and support from the teams, close friends, and the fans,” Gesture wrote on Twitter.

Seoul Dynasty also took to social media to publicly thank Gesture.

“We would like to thank Gesture for everything he has brought not only to the Seoul Dynasty but to the Overwatch community as a whole and wish him nothing but the best as he moves on to the next chapter of his career,” Seoul Dynasty wrote.

–Field Level Media


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