Plenty of Overwatch players like to claim that they're a "pro" Genji - but then again, they probably haven't seen a real pro play him. The following plays showcase some of the best plays made on Genji by professional streamers or esports athletes.
6. Get Some Water for that Burn
Give a Genji an inch and he'll take a mile. Team USA does their best here to contest the point and lock down George "ShaDowBurn" Gushcha's Genji, but it's just not enough. He pops Dragonblade right after escaping from the Graviton Surge and proceeds to wipe the floor with USA.
5. No Instakill For You
There're plenty of ways to save a friend from a Roadhog hook - Zarya bubble, Lucio boop, or maybe just a Mercy ultimate after they've died.
Or, if you're Brandon "Seagull" Larned, just jump between the Roadhog and your hooked friend and deflect his kill shot.
To add insult to injury, Seagull then goes on to wipe the Roadhog's team in quick succession. From an instakill to a team kill - not a bad reversal.
4. Bring More Men
One Genji versus the whole enemy team? Sounds like the recipe for a suicide - unless, of course, the Genji is being played by Robert "shadder2k" Mocanu.
He takes down almost the entire enemy team here by himself as his team races back from spawn. While he does receive a little help, it's almost unnecessary - shadder2k probably could have finished them all himself.
3. Six Men, One Sword
Genji Dragonblade plus Zarya's Graviton Surge, I don't know if I really need to say anything else.
Weon-hyeop "ArHaN" Jeong absolutely annihilates Sweden's entire team in a matter of seconds during the play, landing swing after swing into every single enemy hero. He doesn't even let the Roadhog kill himself - ArHaN wants every kill all to himself.
2. Right Back at You
What's better than getting a kill by deflecting an enemy projectile back at them? Killing the entire enemy team by deflecting projectiles back at them.
shadder2K presses E and annihilates the health bars of the enemy team, then dashes in to finish them off one by one. He gets a little healing support towards the end of the play, but this may as well have been a solo wipe. Not bad.
1. Seagull, Stop Cyberbullying
Is this particularly skillful? Kinda.
The real reason this play takes the top spot is because of how hilariously one-sided it is. Seagull opens this match tame enough with a quick capture of the point, but then proceeds to 2v6 the entire enemy team for the rest of the match.
Who needs to escort the payload when the opposing heroes can't even leave their spawn?