Overwatch fans have a cynical theory of why the term "KOZI" was not present in OWL rollers during the first outings, but Seagull has an innocent explanation. Of the three tanks and three heroes of support, he was named after the rival team that popularized the strategy.
Some fans and players are dissatisfied with the current purpose of the COATS, because there is less space for illuminated solo scenes from DPS characters such as Widowmaker, McCree and Tracer, as well as lack of diversity and counters.
The controversial nature of the KOATs prompted fans of Overwatch to think that the wheels are under specific instructions to avoid the use of the term because, despite the KOTS review for the whole week,
Brendon "The Seagull" Larned, the former Western League, has It is much easier to explain why the COC was not mentioned.
"That's why they do not say that," started the Seagull. "Because if a new player enters and hears KOZI, then they are like wtf, KOZI?"
The term GOATS is not at all related to the symbols used in the composition, unlike the PharMercy or Quad Tanks that may be confusing
"[Casters] is definitely allowed to say [GOATS] it just does not make sense for the caster to say this because OWL has so much new spectators, "
" Let's stop us "- Brigitte, probably.
Blizzard is aware of the balance of problems, due to the fact that the COATS are outdated and attempt to
abbreviated throughout the board, and Brigit, a key part of KOZIS, also received a few bits.
Tank hunters, like Reaper, have received significant amateurs in an attempt to resist, but so far not enough, still reigns in the first week of the OWL competition.