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San Francisco Shock Overwatch Player Rascal, Here Is How Much Money He Earned In 2020 So Far



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Kim Dong-jun, known as “Rascal,” is a 22-year-old South Korean Overwatch player who has been playing under San Francisco Shock jersey for over two years. In his career, he earned over $550.000 from the events.

In 2019, Rascal and his colleagues managed to reach out to the finals of the Overwatch League – 2019 Playoffs and faced Vancouver Titans. They got the trophy with a 4-0 clean sweep and end the year with great success.

Moreover, they continued their form in 2020 and showed their talent once again by winning the Overwatch League 2020 – May Melee against Florida Mayhem with 4-2 scores.

However, struggled a bit in the Overwatch League 2020 – Summer Showdown. Even though San Francisco Shock progressed in the playoffs, they got eliminated by Paris Eternal, which is also the team that won the trophy.

In August, Rascal and his friends wanted to get revenge from the last tournament and committed to winning. With this passion, they earned the trophy of Overwatch League 2020 – Countdown Cup against Philadelphia Fusion.

Unfortunately for the San Francisco Shock fans, they couldn’t show up in the Overwatch League – 2020 Regular Season. Rascal and his teammates finished the league in the third place behind Philadelphia Fusion and Shanghai Dragons.

Following this bad result, Shock needed to get up, and they managed to do it by winning the Overwatch League 2020 – North America Playoffs and proceeded to the grand finals.

At the Overwatch League 2020 Grand Finals, Rascal and his colleagues played so well and impressed everybody. They earned the trophy alongside the $1.500.000 prize against Seoul Dynasty with 4-2 scores.

Following these results from the 5 tournaments, Rascal managed to earn over $150.000 so far in 2020, and it’s most likely that he will raise this money in the next tournaments.

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