Jong-ryeol â€˜Saebyeolbeâ€™ Park
Jong-Ryeol “Saebyeolbe” Park is a retired professional Overwatch player. He was active in the overwatch competitive scene for quite a while and garnered a reputation for being one of the best tracer players in the world. Born on December 23, 1995, Saebyeolbe is 26 years old. After retiring from competitive overwatch, Saebyeolbe is currently pursuing a career in streaming.
Social Media and Net Worth
Being insanely talented at the game means that you will have a lot of fans. That is exactly the case with Saebyeolbe, he has many fans from all around the world that inspire to copy his tracer playstyle.
Saebyeolbe has 118K followers on Twitch, 60K followers on Twitter, and 38.1K followers on Instagram. Saebyeolbe does not upload gameplay to YouTube in his personal capacity.
Saebyeolbe has been playing Overwatch for quite a while now at the highest level. He has been on Tier-1 teams, winning many different tournaments with them. As a result, the total estimated net worth of Saebyeolbe is said to be around $300,000K.
Saebyeolbe has had a decorated career in Overwatch. Ever since the game gained attraction, Saebyeolbe was picked up by TEAM AIM Arrow. Later in 2017, he joined LW Blue. These were however local teams and Saebyeolbe did not get to express his talent at the biggest stage of Overwatch.
This however changed when he signed with New York Excelsior. This signing meant that Saebyeolbe was playing in the Overwatch league against some of the best players in the game. This gave him the opportunity to show others how strong he was at tracer.
His insane skill and talent led to the New York roster winning the OWL- Inaugural Season Stage 2 Title Matches. Other prominent wins under his belt include OWL – Inaugural Season Stage 3 Title Matches, and Overwatch League – Inaugural Regular Season. New York roster also came 4th in the Overwatch League – 2019 Playoffs. Saebyeolbe had a big role in getting his team all these achievements.
In 2020 Saebyeolbe left New York Excelsior in favor of Seoul Dynasty. He played with the Seoul roster for approximately a year before announcing his retirement in October, 2021.