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Noh Yeong-Jin (Korean: 노영진), better known by his in-game name Gamsu, is a South Korean professional Overwatch player who plays main tank for the Dallas Fuel of the Overwatch League (OWL). Noh began his professional esports career with League of Legends, playing as a top laner for several teams, such as Fnatic, Team Dignitas, and Samsung Galaxy Blue. He transitioned to Overwatch in 2016, competing for CONBOX in OGN's APEX Series. With the inception of the Overwatch League in 2017, Noh signed with the Boston Uprising before being traded to the Shanghai Dragons a season later. After one season with the Dragons, Noh signed with the Dallas Fuel.

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  • Noh Yeong-Jin (Korean: 노영진), better known by his in-game name Gamsu, is a South Korean professional Overwatch player who plays main tank for the Dallas Fuel of the Overwatch League (OWL). Noh began his professional esports career with League of Legends, playing as a top laner for several teams, such as Fnatic, Team Dignitas, and Samsung Galaxy Blue. He transitioned to Overwatch in 2016, competing for CONBOX in OGN's APEX Series. With the inception of the Overwatch League in 2017, Noh signed with the Boston Uprising before being traded to the Shanghai Dragons a season later. After one season with the Dragons, Noh signed with the Dallas Fuel.
  • Noh Yeong-Jin (Korean: 노영진), better known by his in-game name Gamsu, was a South Korean professional Overwatch player who played main tank for the Dallas Fuel of the Overwatch League (OWL). Noh began his professional esports career with League of Legends, playing as a top laner for several teams, such as Fnatic, Team Dignitas, and Samsung Galaxy Blue. He transitioned to Overwatch in 2016, competing for CONBOX in OGN's APEX Series. With the inception of the Overwatch League in 2017, Noh signed with the Boston Uprising before being traded to the Shanghai Dragons a season later. After one season with the Dragons, Noh signed with the Dallas Fuel.
  • Noh Yeong-Jin (Korean: 노영진), better known by his in-game name Gamsu, was a South Korean professional Overwatch player who most recently played main tank for the Dallas Fuel of the Overwatch League (OWL). Noh has retired from competitive Overwatch and began to once again, pursue competitive League of Legends. On October 17th, 2020, Gamsu announced he would once again pursue competitive League of Legends.
  • Noh Yeong-Jin (Korean: 노영진), better known by his in-game name Gamsu, was a South Korean professional Overwatch player who most recently played main tank for the Dallas Fuel of the Overwatch League (OWL). Noh has retired from competitive Overwatch and began to once again, pursue competitive League of Legends. On October 17th, 2020, Noh announced his departure from the Dallas Fuel to pursue competitive League of Legends again.
  • Noh Yeong-Jin (Korean: 노영진), better known by his in-game name Gamsu, was a South Korean professional Overwatch player who most recently played main tank for the Dallas Fuel of the Overwatch League (OWL). Noh has retired from competitive Overwatch and began to once again, pursue competitive League of Legends. On October 17, 2020, Noh announced his departure from the Dallas Fuel to pursue competitive League of Legends again.
  • Noh Yeong-Jin (Korean: 노영진), better known by his in-game name Gamsu, is a former South Korean professional Overwatch player who most recently played main tank for the Dallas Fuel of the Overwatch League (OWL). Noh has retired from competitive Overwatch and began to once again, pursue competitive League of Legends. On October 17, 2020, Noh announced his departure from the Dallas Fuel to pursue competitive League of Legends again.
  • Noh Yeong-Jin (Korean: 노영진), better known by his in-game name Gamsu, is a South Korean former professional Overwatch player who most recently played main tank for the Dallas Fuel of the Overwatch League (OWL). Noh has retired from competitive Overwatch and began to once again, pursue competitive League of Legends. On October 17, 2020, Noh announced his departure from the Dallas Fuel to pursue competitive League of Legends again.
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  • Noh Yeong-Jin (Korean: 노영진), better known by his in-game name Gamsu, is a South Korean professional Overwatch player who plays main tank for the Dallas Fuel of the Overwatch League (OWL). Noh began his professional esports career with League of Legends, playing as a top laner for several teams, such as Fnatic, Team Dignitas, and Samsung Galaxy Blue. He transitioned to Overwatch in 2016, competing for CONBOX in OGN's APEX Series. With the inception of the Overwatch League in 2017, Noh signed with the Boston Uprising before being traded to the Shanghai Dragons a season later. After one season with the Dragons, Noh signed with the Dallas Fuel.
  • Noh Yeong-Jin (Korean: 노영진), better known by his in-game name Gamsu, was a South Korean professional Overwatch player who played main tank for the Dallas Fuel of the Overwatch League (OWL). Noh began his professional esports career with League of Legends, playing as a top laner for several teams, such as Fnatic, Team Dignitas, and Samsung Galaxy Blue. He transitioned to Overwatch in 2016, competing for CONBOX in OGN's APEX Series. With the inception of the Overwatch League in 2017, Noh signed with the Boston Uprising before being traded to the Shanghai Dragons a season later. After one season with the Dragons, Noh signed with the Dallas Fuel. On October 17th, 2020, Gamsu announced he would once again pursue competitive League of Legends.
  • Noh Yeong-Jin (Korean: 노영진), better known by his in-game name Gamsu, was a South Korean professional Overwatch player who most recently played main tank for the Dallas Fuel of the Overwatch League (OWL). Noh has retired from competitive Overwatch and began to once again, pursue competitive League of Legends. Noh began his professional esports career with League of Legends, playing as a top laner for several teams, such as Fnatic, Team Dignitas, and Samsung Galaxy Blue. He transitioned to Overwatch in 2016, competing for CONBOX in OGN's APEX Series. With the inception of the Overwatch League in 2017, Noh signed with the Boston Uprising before being traded to the Shanghai Dragons a season later. After one season with the Dragons, Noh signed with the Dallas Fuel. On October 17th, 2020, Gamsu announced he would once again pursue competitive League of Legends.
  • Noh Yeong-Jin (Korean: 노영진), better known by his in-game name Gamsu, was a South Korean professional Overwatch player who most recently played main tank for the Dallas Fuel of the Overwatch League (OWL). Noh has retired from competitive Overwatch and began to once again, pursue competitive League of Legends. Noh began his professional esports career with League of Legends, playing as a top laner for several teams, such as Fnatic, Team Dignitas, and Samsung Galaxy Blue. He transitioned to Overwatch in 2016, competing for CONBOX in OGN's APEX Series. With the inception of the Overwatch League in 2017, Noh signed with the Boston Uprising before being traded to the Shanghai Dragons a season later. After one season with the Dragons, Noh signed with the Dallas Fuel. On October 17th, 2020, Noh announced his departure from the Dallas Fuel to pursue competitive League of Legends again.
  • Noh Yeong-Jin (Korean: 노영진), better known by his in-game name Gamsu, was a South Korean professional Overwatch player who most recently played main tank for the Dallas Fuel of the Overwatch League (OWL). Noh has retired from competitive Overwatch and began to once again, pursue competitive League of Legends. Noh began his professional esports career with League of Legends, playing as a top laner for several teams, such as Fnatic, Team Dignitas, and Samsung Galaxy Blue. He transitioned to Overwatch in 2016, competing for CONBOX in OGN's APEX Series. With the inception of the Overwatch League in 2017, Noh signed with the Boston Uprising before being traded to the Shanghai Dragons a season later. After one season with the Dragons, Noh signed with the Dallas Fuel. On October 17, 2020, Noh announced his departure from the Dallas Fuel to pursue competitive League of Legends again.
  • Noh Yeong-Jin (Korean: 노영진), better known by his in-game name Gamsu, is a former South Korean professional Overwatch player who most recently played main tank for the Dallas Fuel of the Overwatch League (OWL). Noh has retired from competitive Overwatch and began to once again, pursue competitive League of Legends. Noh began his professional esports career with League of Legends, playing as a top laner for several teams, such as Fnatic, Team Dignitas, and Samsung Galaxy Blue. He transitioned to Overwatch in 2016, competing for CONBOX in OGN's APEX Series. With the inception of the Overwatch League in 2017, Noh signed with the Boston Uprising before being traded to the Shanghai Dragons a season later. After one season with the Dragons, Noh signed with the Dallas Fuel. On October 17, 2020, Noh announced his departure from the Dallas Fuel to pursue competitive League of Legends again.
  • Noh Yeong-Jin (Korean: 노영진), better known by his in-game name Gamsu, is a South Korean former professional Overwatch player who most recently played main tank for the Dallas Fuel of the Overwatch League (OWL). Noh has retired from competitive Overwatch and began to once again, pursue competitive League of Legends. Noh began his professional esports career with League of Legends, playing as a top laner for several teams, such as Fnatic, Team Dignitas, and Samsung Galaxy Blue. He transitioned to Overwatch in 2016, competing for CONBOX in OGN's APEX Series. With the inception of the Overwatch League in 2017, Noh signed with the Boston Uprising before being traded to the Shanghai Dragons a season later. After one season with the Dragons, Noh signed with the Dallas Fuel. On October 17, 2020, Noh announced his departure from the Dallas Fuel to pursue competitive League of Legends again.
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