London Spitfire has finished the launch line-up for the 2020 Overwatch League today with five new player entrants. The roster has now 8 players, but there may still be more signatures despite the language of the team’s announcement.
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The Choi “JMAC” Dae-Han from the LGE.Huya Chinese team in London greeted the new main tank. JMAC led the former Chinese Contenders team back to back and has previously been recognised by JMAC as one of Overwatch League’s finest tank players.
The 2018 OWL champions will also include Lee “Schwi” Dong-jae from RunAway and Lim “Glister” Gil-Seong from Gen. G Esports. Both DPS players have flexible hero basins and had their respective teams a successful year. Glister has an especially high talent level and should be an invaluable addition, given the correct glare environment.
The support line has been dramatically overhauled by the coming season. From the two seasons, there is Jung “Krillin” Yung-hoon alone. The Fusion University’s Kim “Fuze” Tae-hoon main support will be joining Krillin. The Lim “SanGuiNar” Kyu-min and Lee “Highly” Sung-Hyeok will be next to Fuze.
SanGuiNar formerly the Gen. B squad, the sister team for the third-placer Korean Contenders.
Stars like Krillin and Bang “Jonak” Seong-Hyun were scoured from nowhere and had a major impact on the team in their OWL. This can be in the same vein that SanGuiNar is signed.
The London Spitfire has signed a total of 8 players for the 2020 season with the signatures today. This new London squad has much to do with the somewhat unexpected retailing of the superstar players who led this group in the opening season of the OWL, Park “Profit” Joon-Yeong and Hong “Gesture” Jae-hee.