Mickie played in just two maps between two matches for the Fuel during the 2019 season. This was in stark contrast to his 2018 season, where he played in 39 of the team's 40 regular season matches.
He was a member of the original EnVyUs squad that formed the core of the Dallas Fuel when they entered the league. He joined that roster in November of 2016 and debuted in a match against Rogue during the playoffs of APEX Season 1. He helped EnVyUs go on to win APEX Season 1 and cemented their legacy as the only western team to win the title in the prestigious tournament series.
There is now just one player remaining from that EnVyUs squad on the Fuel roster: support player HarryHook.
Mickie was the only Thai player competing in the Overwatch League and has long served as the most visible representative of his country in the Overwatch world. He has competed for Team Thailand in every year of the World Cup's existence. It was in that first year of the World Cup that Mickie met and befriended INTERNETHULK, who later recruited Mickie to EnVyUs for that APEX tournament.
Mickie won the first ever Dennis Hawelka Award, named after the late INTERNETHULK, for having the biggest positive impact on the community in the 2018 season. He received the award in large part because of his positivity. He was also selected as a Pacific Division All-Star in 2018.
The Fuel now have 10 players on their roster and one off-tank player. Their first match of the 2020 season is February 8 against the Valiant.
- Dylan "aKm" Bignet (DPS)
- Zachary "ZachaREEE" Lombardo (DPS)
- Jang "Decay" Gui-un (장귀운) (DPS)
- Kim "Doha" Dong-Ha (김동하) (DPS)
- Lucas "NotE" Meissner (Off-tank)
- Ashley "Trill" Powell (Tank)
- Noh "Gamsu" Yeong-jin (노영진) (Tank)
- Benjamin "uNKOE" Chevasson (Flex Support)
- Jonathan "HarryHook" Tejedor (Support)
- Jung "Closer" Won-sik (정원식) (Support)
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