Seagull Overwatch Profile

Birthday: July 23, 1992
Nationality: United States
Role: Flex
Earnings: $27,672

Brandon “Seagull” Larned Player Profile

As Overwatch continues to develop, bringing in new personalities to the game, only a handful of players will walk out with a player profile equal to match the legacy of Brandon “Seagull” Larned.

Seagulls player profile is not short of achievements in Half-Life 2 Deathmatch, Team Fortress 2 and Overwatch. To put it simply, wherever this 26-years old American set his foot a story he made. So, without any further ado, let’s take a look at his personal Info and team orientation.

Seagull Overwatch Player Profile

Personal Info and Team Orientation

Brandon “Seagull” Larned was born in the United States on July 23, 1992, and has actively participated in Overwatch since its beta release, streaming it on Twitch.

Prior to his career as a professional Overwatch player, Seagull was a well-established name in the Half-Life 2 Deathmatch community. Just in case you are unfamiliar with the game, it is characterized by dynamic pace which challenges players to make quick-witted choices and while producing outstanding movement. Since the game came out in 2004, Seagull was only 12 years old at the time. However, this did not stop him from being one of the better players the game has to offer.

Although being considered one of the greatest games of all time, Half-Life 2 lacked professional opportunities and tournaments. Due to this, somewhere in 2008, Seagull made a switch to Team Fortress 2. It was during this period that he would start receiving wider recognition, authorizing himself as a rising eSports star.

Seagull Dallas Fuel Player Profile

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The first full season that he added to his player profile is Season 2 Open, in which Seagul finished third with the team iDemise. Maybe the most notable period was the Mixup Era when Seagull got acquired by Season 13 Runners-up Classic Mixup in 2013.

Together, they would progress to finish second in ESEA Invite Season 14, and first in ESEA Invite Season 15 with that season being the peak of Seagulls performance. After making a switch from Demoman to Roamer, the community would stay staggered by his immense display of aggression, coordination, and ability to pinpoint enemy movement. Such display would eventually earn him the title of being considered one of the best Roaming Soldiers to have ever played the game. Classic Mixup would continue to stay highly ranked until Season 17 when Seagull quit the game in 2014.

Coming in with an experienced player profile from Team Fortress 2, Seagull got invited to participate in the official Overwatch’s public beta during 2015. As the game started to generate big interest around it right away, Seagul began streaming it on Twitch. Although his expectations for the streams were not high, he ended up attracting massive audiences, gradually becoming synonymous with the game.

Apart from streaming, Seagull was also participating as a professional, playing for the North American team Not Enigma during beta. Seagull proceeded to co-found Mixup with his former Team Fortress 2 members. Shortly after, the team got acquired by Luminosity Gaming.

Seagull Retires from Professional Overwatch

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While in Luminosity Gaming, Seagull has achieved a 60% win ratio at over 56 tournament games. Results like this placed them the second-best in North America, falling behind Cloud9 and the fourth-best in the world.

In spite of the results and popularity, Luminosity Gaming came to a mutual decision with the players to cancel the partnership. First to grab this opportunity was no other than NBA Hall of Fame basketball player Shaquille O’Neal. Being one of the investors and co-owner of NRG Esports. Shaq invited the players to join NRG in 2016.

Although expectations for NRG were set high, they ended up performing badly throughout the tournaments. Despite having a talented roster, players could not come to an agreement on how to play the game, differing in opinions. However, this did not affect the overall popularity of the team, as they stayed one of the fan favorites through 2016.

With the 2016 Overwatch World Cup set to happen, a popular vote got held in every participating nation. Fans were able to select four players who would represent their nations. Seagull ended up receiving 57% of the votes, which placed him 24% above the next highest-voted player. By being the highest voted player, Seagull became the Captain for the Team United States and selected the remaining two players to join.

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Having struggles balancing between his streaming schedules and practices for competitive tournaments, Seagull has decided to withdraw from the active roster of NRG in April 2017. However, he would continue to stream under their brand and stay in the team as a substitute. Another reason for this decision was the Overwatch League, which was set to launch, decreasing the number of available tournaments.

Having a spectacular player profile and being such a well-known figure got Seagull multiple invites for the Overwatch League. However, he was firm in his decision to join the Team EnVyUs. He was eager to enroll with the current roster of EnVyUs, as he had overall praises for the organization.

Seagull got signed as a rotation player and would continue on to win the inaugural season of the Contenders North America tournament, staying undefeated over the six-week event. Team EnVyUs entered the Overwatch League competing under the name Dallas Fuel.

Being considered one of the best teams in the world, Dallas Fuel had high hopes for the inaugural season. However, due to difficulties inside the team, Dallas Fuel ended up struggling to survive. Players could not work out their difficulties for the greater part of the season. This resulted in Dallas fuel having a result of 12 wins and 28 losses, with six victories made during the last ten matches.

On August 7, 2018, Seagull has announced that he will be retiring from professional Overwatch, mostly due to health issues. He has decided to continue focusing on his streaming career in the future. Nonetheless, this completes the player profile of one of the most iconic personalities of the eSports scene, Seagull.

Seagull Streamer

The teams’ Seagull played Overwatch for are:

Not Enigma


Luminosity Gaming

NRG Esports

Team EnVyUs/Dallas Fuel

What is Seagulls Overwatch team role?

Seagulls most common team role is as a flex. Seagull has proven to be able to adapt to any given situation, having a wide pool of champions he can play. Some of his signature champions include: Genji, Junkrat, Pharah, Hanzo and D.Va. He stands out both mechanically, showing great abilities with his projectile aim, but also possesses a great sense for timing and making crucial decisions.

What are Seagulls accolades?

Seagull was first at Overwatch Contenders 2017 Season 1: North America

Was first at GosuGamers Overwatch Weekly NA #13

Was second at OG Invitational

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