Austin Wilmot 
United States
Houston Outlaws
Getting some help
June 4, 2018
Muma is finally getting some more support from his teammates, evidenced in the Houston Outlaws' 3-1 victory over the Florida Mayhem.
Muma has continued his play style of "do your job" and his teammates are finally starting to work around him to get the victories they need. LiNkzr is now diving with Muma rather than flanking and Muma is consistently surrounded by his supports, even on stall dives. For the most part, Houston seems to be figuring out what works, just enough that they can stay in the playoff picture.
Solid play in loss
May 25, 2018
Muma played well, but not well enough in the Houston Outlaws' 3-1 loss to the Los Angeles Gladiators.
Muma spent most of the series playing Winston and did a good job of creating space for his team on the front line. He made clean dives into the backline, often able to get back out rather than over committing. Muma also made good stall plays as the Outlaws tried to prolong an inevitable defeat. Muma playing it by the book rather than trying to make hero plays is a better look for the Outlaws in the long run.
Overaggressive in loss
May 5, 2018
Muma made brilliant plays that led to nothing during the Houston Outlaws 3-2 loss to the San Francisco Shock.
Muma was a stud in the series against San Francisco, locking down multi-kills and being disruptive in the back line of the Shock, but he was not on the same page with his teammates. With Coolmatt also being aggressive, the Outlaws' supports were often left hanging out to dry with nobody peeling for them. While Muma did a lot for his team, it had very little overall impact.
Performing better off the bench
April 30, 2018
Muma seems to looked refreshed coming off the bench in the Houston Outlaws 3-2 loss to the Los Angeles Gladiators.
FCTFCTN is getting the starts on Volskaya now but Muma seems to enjoy it. Being able to focus on his own strengths instead of improving one weak spot has taken some pressure off and has resulted in more Outlaw wins. When Muma does sit out that first game, he always seems to finish stronger in the series and plays with a clearer head. Muma was able to see where the tank lines shortcomings were in Game 1 and was able to come in and fix those issues for at least two game wins for the Outlaws. Getting a lay of the land before entering the fray seems to be the best game plan for Muma.
Dominates Blizzard World
April 27, 2018
Muma was the king of Blizzard World in the Houston Outlaws 3-1 victory over the Los Angeles Valiant.
Muma is still arguably one of the best tanks in the Overwatch Legaue, but his performance is going to rise and fall with his team. He naturally plays aggressive, and if his DPS are not doing their job well he is often the one to pay the price. The team seems to be adapting to some of his weak spots through the use of FCTFCTN, but he should continue to be the go-to main tank for the foreseeable future.
Cant cut it against Boston
April 9, 2018
Coming off a win over London Spitfire, Muma went right back to suffering as the Houston Outlaws were swept by the Boston Uprising 4-0.
Muma flashed moments of brilliance on Winston, doing a good job of working his way into the back line of the Uprising. However, the Uprising supports were well coordinated and elusive, leaving Muma empty handed more often than not. Muma seems to suffer more on defense than he does on offense, but his performances will continue to fluctuate if Houston's Stage 2 results are any indication.
Has his mojo back
April 6, 2018
Muma was in top form as the Houston Outlaws topped the London Spitfire 3-2.
Muma is back to looking like a top tank player. Although the issue was seemingly intangible, it looks like Houston has fixed whatever was hindering their main tank. Muma made surgical dives as Winston, managing to get into Londons backline just as the Spitfire found themselves down a man. He was able to charge forward onto supports and secure Houston teamfight victories. If Linkzr can pull through, expect Muma to continue to look like one of the League's best tank players.
Frontlines well for Houston
March 24, 2018
Muma held things down during the Houston Outlaws 3-1 win over the Seoul Dynasty on Thursday.
Whenever Houston needed a strong push, Muma was the backbone that allowed it to happen. The DPS duo of LiNkzr and Jake were surely the highlight of this match for Houston, but without Muma protecting them and soaking up damage, things would have been much different. His positioning and ultimate usage was on point, which allowed Houston to handily walk away with this upset win.
Going through the motions
March 19, 2018
Muma is starting to look more and more desperate as Houston continued its slide with a 3-1 loss to the San Francisco Shock.
Muma is putting himself in the right positions as the main tank but is receiving minimal support. It's unclear if the DPS cant draw enough attention for themselves or if coolmatt isn't doing his job, but Muma seems to be using his ult and making aggressive plays out of desperation and frustration more than anything else.
Gets "Ka-Chowed"
March 14, 2018
Entering into the arena with "Ka-Chow" on his sunglasses lenses, Muma's cockiness was rewarded with defeat as the Houston Outlaws fell 4-0 to the Los Angeles Valiant.
Muma and coolmatt perhaps weren't on the same page, as Muma was constantly finding himself in trouble. He was chunked down by KariV and then quickly finished off by Soon, sometimes getting completely eliminated by Soon's Pulse Bombs. Unable to be the dominant force he usually is for his squad, Muma floundered.
Flat and agressive
March 4, 2018
Muma seemed to be playing rather flight and simultaneously overaggressive in the Houston Outlaws 3-2 loss to the Philadelphia Fusion.
Muma, being lauded prior to the match as the best tank in the Overwatch League, certainly didn't look like the best against the Fusion. Muma switched between playing overly aggressive and overly defensive at the wrong times. As things fell apart for Houston, it may have started with Jake but it finished with Muma.
Gorilla god
February 25, 2018
Muma was something else in a 4-0 victory over the Boston Uprising on Saturday.
Muma mostly stuck to Winston in the series against the Uprising, but with incredible precision, he was able to coordinate with both the DPS and supports and single out hero targets one by one with sniper-like accuracy. Muma also played some Reinhardt in a Rein vs. Rein battle against Boston's Gamsu where his expert ultimate anticipations allowed him to block multiple Earthshatters and set his team up for huge plays.
Muma signed by Gale Force eSports
September 29, 2016
Gale Force eSports has signed Muma to a contract for their Overwatch squad, according to Sasha Erfanian of theScore esports.
Austin "Muma" Wilmot has been signed by Gale Force eSports as a tank player. Muma is most recognized for his time spent playing professional Team Fortress 2 with Froyotech, one of the North American scene's top teams. Muma has spent the majority of the Overwatch release towards the very top of the ladder and is a welcome addition to a brand new roster and untested roster of competitors.
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