The London Spitfire is beginning the new blood season of the Overwatch League 2020. Today, the club also signed four new players from the lower levels, causing supporters and critics to scratch their heads.
Park Babel, Sang-jun, Kim “Jihun” Ji-hun, “ALTHOUGH” and Cho’ Clestyn’ Gun-hun were the four new additional pieces.
The 2018 Australian Contenders Tournament and the 2019 Contender Trials is played by Babel. He was available for BM Hawk at a number of events including the ZOTAC Cup as DPS.
In the Overwatch Leagues ‘ Seoul Dynasty academy team, ALTHOUGH was playing a series of qualifiers to Gen. S., a sister organisation for Gen. G. He jumped in the line immediately with his DPS performance in the Tier One competition.
Jihun is a tank player who has played for Bubble Burster Gaming this year in the Chinese Contenders series. Clestyn is also moving from the Contenders Trials to join the tank lineup of the team.
Spitfire audiences were puzzled by the trademark of the lesser-known stars. Users who tried to find out more about the careers of the players flooded Team Twitter announcement. In the warm of the time fans dug to gather more information about the prodigious rookies. Liquipedia posts were developed.
The developments by Spitfire in level 2 and level 3 stars have compared the star-studded seasons so far in the Overwatch League. During the off-season veterans such as Kim “Fury” Jun-ho, Park “Profit” Joon-Yeong and Kim “Birdring” Ji-hyeok, who played a major part in the team’s first championship.
The four newcomers were not included in the Spitfire eight-person lists announced last month. The Overwatch League provides them with the opportunity to showcase their abilities because of their inexperience in the arena.