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A team debrief ahead of the 2021 Overwatch League season



The 2021 Overwatch League season is starting up soon. Here is a debrief of the big moves and changes that teams have made over the off-season.

Alongside Eastern division specialist Bonnie Qu, we will give you a rundown of the rosters, a player to watch and a small description of the changes that these teams have made leading into the 2021 Overwatch season. (In order to keep track of the new players joining teams in Overwatch League’s 2021 season, they will be italicized).

2021 Overwatch League – Western Division

Atlanta Reign

Overwatch League 2021 debrief

DAMAGE: Kim “Edison” Tae-Hoon, Oh “Pelican” Se-hyun, Kai ”Kai” Collins
TANK: Blake “Gator” Scott, Xander “Hawk” Domecq
SUPPORT: Petja “Masaa” Kantanen, Seunghyun “Ir1s” Kim

Player to watch: Pelican

The Atlanta Reign have always been a mid-table team that has struggled in tournaments. But, the signings they’ve made toward the end of the season hinted at more depth. During the off-season, they made two big moves with Pelican and Kai. The latter was a standout performer on the Los Angeles Valiant, but the former is a highly-touted prospect. During the preseason press conference, both Kai and Indy “SPACE” Halpern mentioned their excitement for Pelican. The Reign look to be improving on last year but we’ll have to see if they can win some tournament games.

Boston Uprising

DAMAGE: Kelsey “Colourhex” Birse, Hong “im37” Jin-ui, Kim “Valentine” Byeong-ju
TANK: Cameron “Fusions” Bosworth , Leyton “Punk” Gilchrist, Seo “Stand1” Ji-won
SUPPORT: Sangmin “Myunb0ng” Seo, Kim “Faith” Hong-gyu

Player to watch: Valentine

The Boston Uprising is looking to come out of their rebuild. They’ve kept the core members that led them through last season. But, they also added some good rookie talent with Valentine and Faith. Valentine, in particular, was noted by Samir “Tsuna” Ikram of the Paris Eternal as a rookie to fear. They also originally added three veteran players with im37, Stand1 and SoOn, but SoOn was released due to visa issues. Either way, the new coaching staff seems to be an improvement, with Kim “Lori” Seung-hyun as the new head coach. Hopefully, the loss of SoOn doesn’t effect the team too much and they rally to a better 2021 Overwatch season.

Dallas Fuel

DAMAGE: Kim “Doha” Dong-Ha, Kim “Sp9rk1e” Yeong-han
TANK: Euiseok “Fearless” Lee, Choi “Hanbin” Han-been
SUPPORT: Kwon “Fielder” Joon, Kim “Rapel” Jun-keun, Seungsoo “Jesce” Lee

Player to watch: Sp9rk1e

The Element Mystic super-team has been assembled. To debrief, all former Overwatch players and coaching staff of the pre-2021 Korean contenders team have joined the Dallas Fuel. This includes the Korean core of the Paris Eternal from last season, but also free agents from all over the league. Doha is the only remaining player from last year’s Dallas Fuel but the additions look great. Specifically, Sp9rk1e was one of the key reasons Paris won a tournament last season. Unfortunately, their hitscan player Jung “Xzi” Ki-hyo had to retire due to health concerns. This leaves a hole in their team but they seem to be hunting for a replacement for the Overwatch League’s 2021 season. The only issue now is whether they can fit together fast and work around the departure of Xzi.

Florida Mayhem

DAMAGE: Sangbeom “BQB” Lee, Junki “Yaki” Kim, Baek “Checkmate” Seung-hun
TANK: Beomjun “Gargoyle” Lee, Minseok “OGE” Son
SUPPORT: Namjin “Gangnamjin” Kang, Sungjun “SLIME” Ki

Plater to watch: OGE

The Florida Mayhem looks to keep up their good form from last season. They had to make some significant changes, with their main tank going to the Shanghai Dragons. They ended up signing OGE and they also decided to pick up SLIME off of free agency. After adding rookie Checkmate, the Mayhem seems to be very similar to last season. However, the signing of OGE is one that is debatably positive. He didn’t perform well last season despite fans knowing his potential. If Florida wants to challenge the top teams, the 2021 Overwatch season rides on OGE and his synergy with the Mayhem.

Houston Outlaws

DAMAGE: Dante “Danteh” Cruz, João Pedro “Hydration” Goes Telles, Jungwoo “Happy” Lee, Kyle “KSF” Frandanisa, Jacob “JAKE” Lyon
TANK: Shin “PIGGY” Min-jun, Cho “JJANGGU” Myung-heum
SUPPORT: William “Crimzo” Hernandez, Enrique “Joobi” Triana

Player to watch: PIGGY

The Houston Outlaws have culminated a very interesting team over this off-season. They’ve kept some damage players and even seen the surprise return of Jake to their roster. However, they’ve revamped their tank line and support line. From Talon Esports, Piggy and JJANGGU are the new tank duo who have plenty of experience together. The support line is interesting too, as underrated flex support Crimzo will be paired with rookie Joobi. As a team with immense DPS depth, it all relies on the tankline, especially Piggy. Jake brought up how he is very good on Sigma, and can help carry them to victory this Overwatch season.

London Spitfire

DAMAGE: Jeffrey “blasé” Tsang, Dom “Hybrid” Grove, Johannes “Shax” Nielsen, William “SparkR” Andersson
TANK: Daniel “Hadi” Bleinagel, Mikkel “Molf1g” Djernes
SUPPORT: Riku “Ripa” Toivanen, Kristian “Kellex” Keller

Player to watch: Hadi

The London Spitfire has made their 2021 roster with the core of their contenders team, the British Hurricane. That contenders team was the most dominant in Europe, so they deserved their shot in the Overwatch League. They added some proven talent to the core they had in Blasé and Shax. But, now we get to see the best tank line in contenders in the Overwatch League. Out of the two, Hadi was pointed out by Kellex as the one to watch. His proficiency in rush compositions and flexibility on the main tank role makes him an interesting player to keep an eye on. We’ll have to see if the contenders coordination leads to success at the main league.

Los Angeles Gladiators

DAMAGE: Kim “Birdring” Ji-hyeok, Chris “MirroR” Trịnh, Kevin “Kevster” Persson
TANK: Indy “SPACE” Halpern, Kim “MuZe” Young-hun
SUPPORT: Jinseo “Shu” Kim, Grant “Moth” Espe, Kim “Skewed” Min-seok

Player to watch: MuZe

The Gladiators are arguably one of the most improved teams of the off-season. They snagged two of the top support players in free agency in Shu and Moth, instantly improving their backline to one of the best on paper. They kept the damage players they had at the end of last season, keeping faith in their talents. Lastly, they got a new rookie main tank in MuZe. Fans knew he was good from his time in Korea, but Space truly believes he can lead the Gladiators to victory. In the preseason press conference, he loved having a rookie main tank to teach and loved his aggressive playstyle. As the rest of their roster is very experienced, the progress of MuZe is key to the Gladiators challenging the top teams in 2021 Overwatch League.

Paris Eternal

DAMAGE: Nikolai “NaGa” Dereli, Stefan “Onigod” Fiskerstrand, Samir “Tsuna” Ikram
TANK: Elliot “ELLIVOTE” Vaneryd, Daniël “Daan” Scheltema
SUPPORT: Alberto “neptuNo” Molinillo, Emir “Kaan” Okumus

Player to watch: Tsuna

The Paris Eternal has changed heavily since last season, building a full European squad. Taking the best from all over contenders, the team is the definition of a mixed roster. None of the players have the same nationality, but some do have experience with one another. The experienced players from the Overwatch League aim to make this roster competitive, especially with the potential they have. Tsuna, in particular, showed moments of brilliance last season. So, if the Eternal surprise goes, it’ll be because of Tsuna.

San Francisco Shock

DAMAGE: Namjoo “Striker” Kwon, Sean Taiyo “ta1yo” Henderson, Charlie “nero” Zwarg, Lim “Glister” Gil-seong
TANK: Matthew “super” DeLisi, Hyobin “Choihyobin” Choi, Myeonghwan “Smurf” Yoo
SUPPORT: Minki “Viol2t” Park, Juseok “Twilight” Lee, Brice “FDGod” Monsçavoir

Player to watch: FDGod

The San Francisco Shock is going for the three-peat. Much like after their first championship win, they’re making moves on the fly and adapting by adding more depth. The losses this year are more drastic; with their main support Moth, flex player Rascal and hitscan ANS all leaving. But, they added Glister, Nero and FDGod as their replacements. With how key their depth was last year, these new players will have to step up when needed this Overwatch season, especially FDGod. His play for Paris was amazing but now he has to lead a championship team to a third title. He doesn’t have the substitute chance like the damage players do, as he is their only main support. If he can fit and work though, the Shock will remain the team to beat.

Toronto Defiant

DAMAGE: Andreas “Logix” Berghmans, Heesu “Heesu” Jeong, Lee “Na1st” Ho-sung
TANK: Adam “Beast” Denton, Sumin “SADO” Kim, Minhyuk “Michelle” Choi
SUPPORT: Park “Aztac” Jeong-su, An “AnSoonJae” Soon-jae, Jungwon “Lastro” Mun

Player to watch: SADO

The Toronto Defiant have rebuilt their core for the third time in three seasons. However, this might be the year they climb out of the bottom. They took the head coach and two key players from the Fusion last year: Heesu and SADO. But, they also took some good free agents and rookies. However, considering that the Defiant hasve always had a main tank issue, it all rests on whether SADO can work well with the Defiant roster. He was one of the best players on the Fusion last year, but the team is much different now. We’ll have to wait and see if the Defiant can work together and win in Overwatch’s 2021 season.

Vancouver Titans

DAMAGE: Dalton “Dalton” Bennyhoff, Jiri “LiNkzr” Masalin, Minki “Teru” Kim
TANK: Abtin “ShRedLock” Shirvani, Nathan “frdwnr” Goebel
SUPPORT: Randal “Roolf” Stark, Anthony “Fire” King

Player to watch: Teru

The Vancouver Titans are still trying to recover from their surprise collapse at the start of last season. They got more time to complete the roster in the off-season, but they wanted to keep the players who played well for them. This includes main tank Shredlock, main support Roolf and damage player Dalton. However, the new signings do give some hope. Linkzr is a top tier hitscan when hot, and Frdwnr and Fire were underrated on the Reign. Yet, the signing of Teru is the most promising to fans of the Titans. Linkzr mentioned that the hype around Teru is justified and he can’t wait until people see him play. Along with the new signings, Teru will have to play well for the Titans to progress this 2021 Overwatch season.

Washington Justice

DAMAGE: Lee “TTuba” Ho-Sung, Jang “Decay” Gui-un, Taehee “Jerry” Min, Kim “Assassin” Sung-won
TANK: Kim “Mag” Tae-sung, Junho “Fury” Kim, Sungwook “Ria” Park
SUPPORT: Huichang “BeBe” Yoon, Wonsik “Closer” Jung

Player to watch: Mag

The Washington Justice went from a bottom tier team to challenger due to their playoff run at the end of 2020. A lot of things went their way and it was clear the team had potential. So, they removed the parts they could improve upon and went to free agency to evolve. They got great talent in Fury, Closer and Jerry, in order to help improve depth and add talent. However, the signings of Assassin and Mag are what could bring the Justice to a higher tier. Mag, in particular, was a main tank that players knew about for years. But, he was too young to join the league. Now, however, he is the main tank for a team looking to surprise many. Super specifically mentioned how he can’t wait to face Mag and see him grow. Alongside veteran Fury, the Washington Justice look scary for Overwatch 2021 and are a good dark horse candidate.

2021 Overwatch League – Eastern Division

Chengdu Hunters

DAMAGE: Yi “Jinmu” Hu, Huang “Leave” Xin, Lei “Jimmy” Yujia, Nian “Kaneki” Liu
TANK: Luo “Elsa” Wenjie, Ma “LateYoung” Tianbin, Ding “Ameng” Menghan, Qiu “GA9A” Jiaxin
SUPPORT: Li “Yveltal” Xianyao, Tan “Nisha” Li, Cao “Farway1987” Jiale, Zhou “Mmonk” Xiang

Player to watch: Head coach Wang “RUI” Xingrui

Everyone’s favorite pandas are back at it again in 2021, with much of the core roster that first established the Hunters as bringers of chaos still intact. They’ve often struggled with adapting to certain metas but, with a full 12-person roster, that could very well change. The most exciting member of Chengdu’s 2021 Overwatch squad is their head coach, RUI, who departed the team at the end of 2019 and returned this past off-season. He was responsible for many of the Hunters’ wacky compositions and strategies in their first season. RUI will no doubt be invaluable in helping the team find new ways to circumvent expectations.

Guangzhou Charge

DAMAGE: Ou “Eileen” Yiliang, Zou “MYKaylee” Zijie, Choi “ChoiSehwan” Se-hwan
TANK: Oh “Rio” Seung-pyo, Kim “Jihun” Ji-hun, Nam “Cr0ng” Ki-cheol
SUPPORT: Park “KariV” Young-seo, Kim “Mandu” Chan-hee

Player to watch: Cr0ng

The Charge have made some major changes this year, with several core players moving over to other teams in the league. Despite that, there’s no shortage of talent here, with league veteran Kariv as the team’s new starting flex support and rising star MYKaylee stepping into the damage position. The 2020 MVP candidate, Cr0ng, is the key player on this roster, having made a name for himself through his game-changing Sigma play last season. He’ll provide some much needed stability to this mostly new roster as they look to finally break out of the middle of the pack.

Hangzhou Spark

DAMAGE: Kim “GodsB” Kyeong-bo, Park “Architect” Min-ho, Zheng “Shy” Yangjie, Seo “Seominsoo” Min-soo
TANK: Xu “Guxue” Qiulin, Jia “LiGe” Chengjie, Shin “Bernar” Se-won, Lee “Takoyaki” Young-hyun
SUPPORT: Park “IDK” Ho-jin, Tong “ColdesT” Xiaodong, Liu “M1ka” Jiming, Lee “MCD” Jeong-ho

Player to watch: Shy

The Spark’s 12-man roster is full of rookies and veterans alike. Rookie players LiGe and MCD have played in Contenders for years prior to joining the team. This gives them some degree of preparedness for the league. On the veteran side, flex player Seominsoo was a core part of the Vancouver Titans’ roster that made it to grand finals in 2019. Meanwhile, Guxue has led Team China to double second-place finishes in the Overwatch World Cup. The one to watch this year, however, is Shy, a rookie damage player who’s been playing professionally since 2016. His arrival in the 2021 Overwatch league has been highly anticipated, though it remains to be seen whether he can live up to the expectations.

Los Angeles Valiant

DAMAGE: Cai “Krystal” Shillong, Liao “MoLanran” Yang
TANK: Han “Silver3” Haibo, Wen “NvM” Yelin, Cheng “ShowCheng” Yu
SUPPORT: Zhang “Highbee” Zening, Qi “Wya” Haomiao

Player to watch: Krystal

Following the surprising announcement that the Valiant had released their entire roster, the team assembled a new entirely all-Chinese squad. There are a couple of familiar names here, with Krystal and Wya having been in the league before. But, other than that, all others are rookies. The Valiant has a tough task ahead of them; every team in the Eastern division has been capable of beating one another at some point, and it’s hard to imagine that a team of mostly unproven talent will be able to rise to the occasion. Still, if the Valiant does manage to move mountains, it will be on the back of Krystal. Krystal was previously removed from the Spark for misconduct but he has since proven himself as a gifted flex player.

New York Excelsior

DAMAGE: Lee “FEATH5R” Seung-woo, Lee “Ivy” Seung-hyun, Lim “Flora” Young-woo, Kim “Gwangboong” Gwang-won
TANK: Jo “Yakpung” Gyeong-mu, Kim “Bianca” Dong-wook
SUPPORT: Bang “JJonak” Seong-hyun, Jo “Friday” Min-jae

Player to watch: Gwangboong

Returning NYXL fans will notice that the only recognizable part of the team’s 2021 roster is inaugural MVP JJonak. The departure of core players like Kim “Mano” Dong-gyu and Park “Saebyeolbe” Jong-ryeol might have come as a shock, but the new players are more than capable of stepping into their shoes. There’s an abundance of raw talent on this team, especially when you look at their damage lineup. Gwangboong, in particular, has the mechanics and potential to become one of the league’s best damage dealers. It will be interesting to follow the NYXL’s journey in the 2021 Overwatch League and to see whether this new team has what it takes to rise to the standards of its predecessors.

Philadelphia Fusion

DAMAGE: Lee “Carpe” Jae-hyeok, Josue “Eqo” Corona, Niclas “ShockWave” Jensen, Kim “Rascal” Dong-jun
TANK: Gael “Poko” Gouzerch, Kim “Mano” Dong-gyu, Choi “HOTBA” Hong-jun
SUPPORT: Kim “Alarm” Kyeong-bo, Daniel “FunnyAstro” Hathaway, Yang “Tobi” Jin-mo

Player to watch: Mano

The Fusion are currently grappling with visa issues but the strength of their available roster is nearly formidable enough to render those issues irrelevant. With fan favorite Carpe leading the charge once again and Overwatch veteran Tobi joining the support line, the Fusion are looking poised to finally break their second-place streak. The player to watch here is Mano, previously the main tank for New York Excelsior. Mano is widely regarded as one of the best and most consistent main tanks in the world. He’s proven capable of both carrying and supporting, and that flexibility will be key as the Fusion works on building their team’s new identity in Overwatch League 2021.

Seoul Dynasty

DAMAGE: Kim “FITS” Dong-eon, Park “Profit” Jun-young, Park “Saebyeolbe” Jong-ryeol
TANK: Hwang “Marve1” Min-seo, Hong “Gesture” Jae-hui, Lim “Toyou” Hyun-woo
SUPPORT: Kim “Creative” Young-wan, Jung “Anamo” Tae-sung

Player to watch: Toyou

The Dynasty are coming into 2021 looking for some stability; something that has often eluded them. They finished second in the season playoffs last year but struggled to find their footing through the regular season. They alternated constantly between incredible highs and disappointing lows. The presence of veterans Saebyeolbe and Anamo will be helpful when it comes to stabilizing, but new addition Toyou fills a crucial spot in their tankline. The Dynasty’s best showings have always been when they’re able to run both of their main tanks, Marve1 and Gesture, at the same time. However, they’ve struggled otherwise. Toyou will hopefully allow the Dynasty much more flexibility when it comes to composition and strategy.

Shanghai Dragons

DAMAGE: Kim “Fleta” Byung-sun, Lee “LIP” Jae-won, Jung “Erster” Joon, Bae “Diem” Min-sung
TANK: Kang “Void” Jun-woo, Koo “Fate” Pan-seung
SUPPORT: Kim “Izayaki” Min-chul, Lee “Leejaegon” Jae-gon, He “Molly” Chengzhi

Player to watch: Leejaegon

The Dragons were on the warpath in 2020, topping the league with only two regular season losses. They aren’t expected to slow down any time soon this year, even with a new main tank. Their fast and ruthless playstyle is largely dictated by their likewise fast and ruthless main support, Leejaegon. Leejaegon manages to be one of the best supports in the league while also holding the title for most deaths. Look to Leejaegon to be a barometer of the Dragons’ success this season. If they can keep up with him, they’ll remain a force to be reckoned with.

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Arc-V World, Pendulum Summoning, and more coming to Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links on Sept. 28



We already knew that Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links would be getting content from the Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V era, including the addition of Pendulum Monsters, but Konami has now officially confirmed that the next big update will be hitting the mobile game on Sept. 28. 

In a new trailer, Konami showed off a majority of the characters from the Arc-V anime that will be making an appearance once the new Duel Links world goes live, along with displaying several of the ace monsters for those playable characters too, such as Yuya Sakaki’s Odd-Eyes Pendulum Dragon. 

There still hasn’t been a full breakdown of how Pendulum Summoning will work in Duel Links yet, but the new trailer also showed a brief glimpse of an active duel field that confirmed some previously datamined information. 

Instead of getting additional Pendulum Zones, players will use the pre-existing left and right Spell and Trap Zone to scale Pendulum Monsters in order to Pendulum Summon or use their secondary effects. This was probably a balancing decision made by Konami early on when discussing how to best implement the new mechanic, but it will still take some getting used to and instantly change how the game is played in Duel Links

More information about the specific cards, archetypes, decks, and Character Skills being added to Duel Links should be available ahead of the new update, but you can expect some Performapal, Abyss Actor, and more Superheavy Samurai cards to make an appearance.

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The Pokémon Company reveals four cards, including Lunala and Tapu Lele GX, from 25th Anniversary Collection



New legendary cards have again been revealed for the upcoming October Pokémon OCG 25th Anniversary Collection.

Unlike other weeks, there were four cards revealed today. Three of these were regular cards, along with a single full art.

Included in the regular 25th Anniversary Collection will be Cosmog, Cosmoem, and Lunala from generation seven, all featuring the trainer Lillie in their artwork.

Tapu Lele-GX was revealed for the promotional booster pack, a card that had previously been shown off and is a reprint from an early set. As with all cards in this pack, it boasts the 25th Anniversary stamp, but outside that there is no difference from the original version that can be found in the Sun & Moon: Guardians Rising set.

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To receive a promotional booster pack, collectors will need to purchase four or more regular booster packs at a time.

Also announced today and first reported by PokéBeach, voting has begun to decide the best Pokémon TCG coin from the past. The one with the most votes will see a re-release in the future, and you can vote on your favorite here.

Pokémon’s 25th Anniversary collection will hit stores in Japan on Oct. 22, and these cards will likely make their way into the West’s October set Celebrations also.

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Pokémon Global Exhibition 2021 lineup officially revealed



The Pokémon Global Exhibition is slowly approaching, and the top Pokémon Sword and Shield players that will be competing in the tournament have officially been revealed. 

The Pokémon Company originally announced the Global Exhibition back in June as an invite-only tournament that would require players to truly prove themselves in order to earn a spot on the roster. That statement has held true, as only six players have been invited to compete in the special event, which will air on Oct. 30 and 31. 

Each of the players either finished in first place at their respective event, won a qualifier spot, or was the top finisher in their region at the Players Cup IV Global Finals in August. Here is the full list of players that will be competing. 

  • Players Cup IV Global Finals Champion: Renzo “Prro-T” Navarro
  • Players Cup IV Global Finals Runner-up and top European player: Leonardo Bonanomi
  • Players Cup IV Global Finals top North American player: Enrique “EGrim” Grimaldo
  • Players Cup IV Global Finals top Oceania player: Luke “Lukey” Iuele
  • Pokémon Japan Championships 2021 Champion: Kohei Fujita
  • Korean Pokémon Trainers Cup 2021 Champion: Wonseok “Reo” Jung
  • 2021 Pokémon Asia Players Cup Winner: Jirawiwat “Karfeteria” Thitasiri
  • 2021 Pokémon Asia Players Cup Runner-up: Chin-Wei “eddyho” Ho

As with most of the tournaments hosted by TPC over the last year, the broadcast is likely going to be pre-recorded and edited to ensure quality, with the premiere stream airing on the official Pokémon Twitch and YouTube channels on Oct. 30 and 31.

And who knows, there might even be some hidden bosses for the top players to compete against, just like in some other exhibition events TPC has held recently.

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Nintendo Switch Online Japan’s Sega Genesis controller will be the six-button version



One of Nintendo’s biggest announcements from the latest Nintendo Direct was the addition of Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis games coming to Nintendo Switch Online next month.

Nintendo also announced a pair of wireless controllers that players can purchase. These are modeled off the original controllers for these two devices. For users in Japan, however, there will be access to the six-button Sega Genesis controller instead.

While the English presentation showcased the original three-button controller, the Japanese broadcast showed the six-button version, which will be available in the country.

For nostalgic fans, no news of this controller has been announced for the region. Players outside Japan in general not getting this product shouldn’t come as too much of a shock. When the Sega Mega Drive Mini launched in 2019 only the three-button controller was available, while Japan got the six.

These games are set to launch as part of a Nintendo Switch Online expansion pack launching in late October. There is no news so far on what this will cost per month, but the three-button Sega Genesis controller available in the West can be bought for $49.99. If you’re lucky enough to be in Japan and have access to its six-button version, it will cost ¥5,478.

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