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Being one of the top support players in the Overwatch League never goes out of style. Fanatics, the clothing manufacturer for the the Overwatch League, has revealed the seven top-selling jerseys from stage two—and there are a few surprises.
New York Excelsior’s star flex support Bang “JJoNak” Seong-hyun tops stage two’s list of best-selling jerseys. JJoNak was crowned MVP during the first season of the Overwatch League and his fame as one of the league’s most talented players continues.
He dethrones former Atlanta Reign DPS Daniel “Dafran” Francesca, who had the top-selling jersey during stage one. JJoNak was second on stage one’s list.
It’s also apparently a good time to be a fan of support players. Seoul Dynasty’s Ryu “ryujehong” Jehong has the third best-selling jersey of stage two and Atlanta Reign flex support Dusttin “Dogman” Bowerman comes in at seventh on the list. Both players showed off their insane skills this stage, so their inclusion comes as no surprise.
While he was seventh on last stage’s list, Philadelphia Fusion off-tank Gael “Poko” Gouzerch has moved up to second this time around. Could this rise be related to the announcement that the Overwatch League grand finals will be held in Philadelphia? Dallas Fuel main tank Son “OGE” Minseok comes in at fourth after an impressive run from the Fuel during stage two.
Unsurprisingly, a few members of the San Francisco Shock have made it to this stage’s list of top-selling jerseys. The Shock recently won the stage two championship, which was a rematch of their stage one grand finals match against the Vancouver Titans. The team also achieved the league’s first “golden stage” after not dropping a single map throughout stage two. DPS Jay “Sinatraa” Won and main tank Matthew “Super” DeLisi came in at fifth and sixth, respectively.
Stage three of the Overwatch League begins June 6. Next stage’s list of top-sellers will likely include purchases from the new international store and should add an interesting twist to these rankings.