Harrison Chang Tempo Storm Heroes of the Storm
May 16, 2017 psalm News
RotoWire Fantasy Analysis
psalm was dominant when playing against Gale Force eSports, winning 3-1 during the 2017 HGC Group Stage.
psalm went with a crazy Cassia pick right at the start of Game 1 on Cursed Hollow. He chose an all-out Fend build that focused on doing massive amounts of damage, as he was the only primary damage dealer on the team. psalms build worked out perfectly as he topped both the hero damage and the siege damage for his team as well as posted a 1/0/3 KDA. Game 2 was a little more rough for psalm as he went with a Thrall pick on Braxis Holdout. Thrall does not do well against Zagara in a solo lane and resulted in his team having trouble finding where to place him. He had a 1/3/9 KDA, which could have been much better if he had opted for a smarter pick during the draft. In Game 3, psalm went for a pocket pick in Tracer and absolutely dominated with top hero damage on Warhead Junction and a 4/2/6 KDA. Finally, in Game 4 psalm went with a Zeratul pick and was able to dismantle GFE's backline while amassing a ridiculous 9/1/8 KDA for a total KDA of 15/5/26.