Stratus Overwatch: 5 Interesting Facts About the Washington Justice DPS Player

Stratus Overwatch, otherwise known as Ethan Yankel, plays for the Washington Justice in the Overwatch League.

The flex DPS player and the rest of the team are currently 3-0 in Stage 4 despite already being eliminated from the season's playoffs. They've defeated the Toronto Defiant, Vancouver Titans and Florida Mayhem to start the stage.

With four more matches remaining, a Stage 4 playoff appearance would rescue what's otherwise been a disappointing debut season for the Justice. Here are five interesting facts about Stratus.

Stratus Overwatch: 5 Interesting Facts About the Washington Justice DPS Player

Most Played Hero

Stratus' most played hero in the Overwatch League is currently Mei. He's played nearly two hours on Mei accounting for 40.6% of his hero pool in the league.

Tournament Wins

Straus notable won Season 3 of the North American Overwatch PIT Championship with NRG Esports. He also has a host of Academy Gaming Overwatch Weekly first place finishes to his name when he played for Prestige Worldwide.

Alternate ID

According to his Liquipedia page, Stratus also went by an alternate name: Toiletman. Safe to say Stratus is better for an Overwatch League jersey.

Before the Overwatch League

Stratus finished third in Overwatch Contenders Season 2 as a member of NRG Esports. Instead of ending up on NRG's OWL team, the San Francisco Shock, he made his debut as part of the Washington Justice.

Least Played Heroes

While it's not something to write home about, Stratus has two heroes he's only logged five seconds on in the OWL: Wrecking Ball and McCree. It's probably just a quick hero swap, but a fun little fact.

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