Brandon “Seagull” Larned is an American Overwatch player. He is currently playing for NRG eSports as DPS. Seagull made a name for himself during the Overwatch beta.
He was one of the first players with a lot of experience from similar games like Team Fortress 2. This experience gave him a heads start once the Overwatch beta was released late 2015.
He is most famous for his skills with the hero Genji, one of the most offensive dps-classes in the game. The most used hero in competitive play is Hanzo though, which interestingly enough is considered a defensive hero. His current stats are 78.9% win ratio and 4.40/1 Kill/Death ratio with this character.
Seagull is still one of the biggest Overwatch streamers on Twitch. We like his educational streams were the focus is on strategy and skill improvement. Read on to find all the secrets regarding Seagull gaming gear!
Seagull is using the Logitech G Pro gaming mouse. This is a very solid choice. The G Pro is currently the best Overwatch mouse according to our extensive research.
The keyboard is an interesting choice in a model called Logitech G410. We haven´t seen too many other pro player using this keyboard and are digging deep to find out it’s secrets.
For headset Seagull is rocking the HyperX Cloud Revolver. At the same time this headset is one of the most used headsets currently on the market. Click on the model name to read our in-depth reviews roundup.
And finally he uses the BenQ ZOWIE XL2540 gaming monitor with 240 Hz. It is always interesting to see esports professionals smaller monitors instead of going with the biggest screen available.
We believe it is easier to have focus on what’s going on during matches with a smaller area to keep the eyes on.
In-game sensitivity: 6,5, DPI: 800, Effective DPI: 5600, Cm/360: 26,6, In/360: 10.
In-game Resolution: 1920*1080, 100% render scale, Low graphics settings with some advanced tweaks (see picture above), FOV 103.
It’s fascinating to see that almost every pro player is running their games on low graphics settings. The info we have is that lower settings reduce clutter and unnecessary objects and particles that may disturb the vision during intense matches.