Jong-ryeol & # 39; Saebyeolbe & # 39; Park in New York Excelsior did not expect to have a racist troll trying to blow up his rubbish bin, but Overwatch League's one did not let it slow him down.  Saebyeolbe has been a favorite on NYXL and a fixture in the Overwatch League since season 1.
He and the rest of Excelsior were able to reach Inaugural Season Playoffs last year, but were knocked out of the Philadelphia Fusion in the first round after a surprise.
Although GOAT's meta has not let him live up to his full potential on DPS, he is still loved by lots of fans.
Saebyeolbe fights racists in the best possible way
When streaming in the break between Steps 1 and 2, Saebyeolbe defended at King's Row, when a viewer began to flood his in-game messages with racist spam, causing the messages to to get started.
When it was in the game and not a power function as donations, it could not be extinguished immediately, but Saebyeolbe used its superior brain power to find a solution on the spot.
The New York player took his power camera in the face and stretched it out so that it was wide enough to cover offensive messages and left his spamming his hate in the void.
"Let's go boys, don't care about that, just look at my face," said broad Saebyeolbe to his viewers.
How did this happen?
Exactly how the troll could get through Blizzard's language filter is unknown, but the account will probably not be for longer if it has not been banned yet.
Overwatch allows players to turn off this type of in-game notifications in the Options menu of the Social tab, which Saebyeolbe did after being wide for a while.
Excelsior start phase 2 on Thursday, April 4, when they take on the Philadelphia fusion at. 16 PM PT.