You made some good points! Last Seasons Rating: 3140 First Placement match is this season. 1. Positioning; I agree with. A lot of times I'll put myself in a weird position, either away from team or too far forward in an attempt to be aggressive. This is probably because I'm used to the DPS/Tank role rather than Support, when I normally support I play Ana, so I usually hang back and murder/heal people, rather than getting close like Lucio seems to lean toward. 2. Scoreboard. I tabbed a fair bit during the first half, mainly around my deaths, but also to check ults every now and then. This didn't occur much for the second half admittedly, because I wasn't too concerned with their ability to stop us with how much time we had remaining. 3. Lucio Ult v Genji. I agree that I ult'ed too late there. There was a brief moment of indecision and then I got hooked which delayed it too long, and then my team were split up so I don't think I even got anyone with it. 4. Communication. Yeah, no one was really communicating, amusingly. I plug my headset into the keyboard, and for some reason OW decided that means that I can't hear team chat, though it didn't look like people were talking in this one, funnily enough. 5. Checking enemy/avoiding enemy checks. Good point, I was too focused on remembering how to wall run properly so I didn't consider giving them info to be much of an issue. Re:checking. Also a good point, I need to remember to do that. Only just started playing again, so I've forgotten a bunch of the little things I need to do. C-C-C-COUNTER REVIEW 1. Advice. Instead of just pointing out where something was done wrong/could have been done better, it's more optimal to include, in your own opinion, what would have been better to do, providing an option for the future that is summarily better, should similar situations arise. You had a few cases of this throughout, but it would have benefited greatly from a more focused effort in this regard. 2. Prewatch. It might help in the future to do a blindrun and make some points of times of events/things you want to talk about particularly. It'd allow you to get your thoughts in line early on, and allow you to focus more on the commentary, rather than digesting the visual information at the same time. 3. Crayons. I'm not sure how interested you are in going forward with reviewing vidja to commentate, but using a drawing program for OBS/whatever might be worth looking into, to allow you to doodle on top of the video to make a visual point along with your commentary. Overall you made a lot of good points, and I agree that in that game I was definitely not the major force pushing the game forward. The DPS and D.va definitely carried their weight in that game.