Seagull meets Elite Widowmaker in the Overwatch 2 Beta and immediately regrets it

Popular Twitch streamer and former OWL Pro Brandon “Seagull” Larned met Seonchang “Ans” Lee during the Overwatch 2 beta and was wiped out in seconds.

One of the original top creators of Overwatch content, Seagull is already playing in the first game’s beta. On April 26th, the OW2 beta finally went live and the streamer returned to action.

In one of his first matches, Seagull met Ans, a former Overwatch League champion, and decided to snipe him at Watchpoint Gibraltar.

Disaster struck just moments into the round when Larned seemingly overestimated his own abilities in the head-to-head match.

Seagull's thoughts on Overwatch 2 Beta

Seagull is a former Overwatch League pro.

Ans shuts down Seagull in Overwatch 2 Beta

After learning he was facing Ans, Seagull had some words for his teammates and chat.

“He took on me, Chat. An absolute Hanzo god,” the streamer exaggerated. “Okay, will he shoot me in the head within three seconds?”

Just as the spawn doors opened, Seagull appeared and began searching for his Widowmaker rival, only to have his prophecy fulfilled seconds later.

“F**k, damn it!” The former Dallas Fuel player cursed after being slammed in the head by Ans.

For his part, however, Seagull seemed in good spirits about the play and laughed at it. With so many high-quality players participating in the beta, it will be fun to see the strategies unfold and the meta take shape.

Some things, mind you, don’t really change: Widowmaker can still click heads and absolutely crush you with a well-placed headshot. Who would have thought? Seagull meets Elite Widowmaker in the Overwatch 2 Beta and immediately regrets it

Emma Bowman

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