Sinatraa named OWL MVP; Haksal earns Rookie of the Year honors

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San Francisco Shock damage player Jay "Sinatraa" Won was named Most Valuable Player of the second season of the Overwatch League on Thursday.

Sinatraa, 19, led all players in hero damage per 10 minutes in teamfights this season and helped the Shock reach the finals of the first three stage playoffs. His team also won the Stage 2 title. The Shock had the league's second-best record during the regular season.

A native of Seattle suburb Shoreline, Wash., Sinatraa joined the Shock in September 2017.

Vancouver Titans damage player Kim "Haksal" Hyo-jong claimed Rookie of the Year honors after joining the Titans in December. The 18-year-old helped Vancouver to the league's best overall record and two stage final appearances, including the Stage 1 title.

The Titans moved on to the upper-bracket semifinals in the Overwatch League playoffs on Thursday, beating the Seoul Dynasty 4-2.

-- Field Level Media