Kim Dong-Jun 
South Korea
NRG eSports
Released from Dallas Fuel
April 15, 2018
Rascal's release, while shocking, is somewhat understandable. It has been rumored that he is causing internal issues and has been incredibly difficult to work with both in and out of game. He has also reportedly been refusing to communicate with teammates in-game recently and thus has made himself a liability rather than an asset to the team.
Another weapon to equip for the Fuel
February 26, 2018
Rascal added new life to the Dallas Fuel in their 3-1 victory over the Shanghai Dragons on Wednesday in Week 1 of Stage 2 for the OWL.
Rascal is the Dallas Fuel's second roster addition, and it's clear he is another lethal part of the team. While he only played in the last map of the series, Rascal brings another flavor to the Dallas roster, with his strong Sombra performance. The Fuel has definitely been working on integrating the new members over the break, and it shows again in how coordinated Rascal moved with the rest of the Fuel. With this addition, Dallas Fuel can start equipping the right players for the right opponent.
In talks to join Fuel
February 13, 2018
As reported by ESPN's Jacob Wolf, Dallas is in talks to acquire Rascal.
Rascal's move might surprise some, especially since London is sitting pretty on top of the OWL standings, but it makes sense on both ends. For London, Rascal's hero pool was covered by its other DPS, mostly Profit and birdring, and Rascal took up a roster spot to specialize and excel in nothing more than Mei. For Dallas, Rascal is strictly an upgrade over Seagull, someone who can hopefully get the most out of struggling hitscan players EFFECT and Taimou. Still, Dallas has five DPS on its roster, meaning competition will be fierce for playing time, but count on Rascal to appear in Dallas blue early in Stage 2.
Shuts down Seoul with Junkrat
February 2, 2018
Rascal showed off during Game 1 of the London Spitfire's 4-0 sweep of the Seoul Dynasty on Thursday.
Rascal was on Junkrat for his one outing in this series and he dominated with the hero. His positioning was strong and his ultimates were on point. While he continues to be a niche pick for his team in a given series, he also continues to make the most of his time in the game.
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