Sayaplayer says goodbye to Overwatch and his old tag

Sayaplayer says goodbye to Overwatch and his old tag

The eSports talent is moving to T1 VALORANT and has given himself a new name

Things are moving fast for Jung-woo Sayaplayer Ha these days. He has not wasted any time, after recently being released from the Florida Mayhem, who also got rid of three other players. Jung-woo Sayaplayer Ha has decided to alter his game, and this change has also led to a new name.

Jung-woo Ha will now be known as Spyder, as he joins the T1 VALORANT roster. Jung-woo Spyder Ha has become the newest Overwatch pro to make the transition over to Riot Games’ first-person shooter offering. Spyder should be able to surprise his prey as he gets a break starting from the ground floor of what just may be the newest big eSport.

Overwatch players like Jay “sinatraa” Won, Andrej “babybay” Francisty, and many more have made names for themselves in VALORANT, and the newly baptized Spyder’s FPS skills should translate well. Jung-woo Ha was a force to be reconned with and was best known for his Widowmaker play during his time with Mayhem. Fans will be thrilled to see what the former Sayaplayer, now converted into Spyder, can bring to this new battle.

A short two days after T1 had signed CS: GO veteran Sam “DaZeD” Marine, they also added Tyler “Skadoodle” Latham back on the main roster, which will leave Braxton “brax” Pierce, and team captain Keven “AZK” Larivière gearing up for the next big VALORANT tournament. The Spyder will be expected weave some tricky webs to aid his new team, and we would not want to be on the Spyder’s list of prey.

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