New Philadelphia Fusion Roster For Overwatch League 2020 Revealed

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2016-05-24
New Philadelphia Fusion Roster For Overwatch League 2020 Revealed
The esports organization has revealed its newest Overwatch League roster. Blizzard Entertainment

The Philadelphia Fusion have just introduced their new roster for the upcoming Overwatch League season. Interestingly, the lineup is quite star-studded, with a mix of new faces and popular players.

A few franchise stars already have the chance to be part of the Philadelphia Fusion since the Overwatch League’s inaugural season. For fans of the pro Overwatch team, they should see these guys in action come 2020. The lineup consists of DPS duo Lee “Carpe” Jae-hyeok and Josue “Eqo” Corona, as well as main tank Kim “Sado” Su-min, flex tank Gael “Poko” Gouzerch, and flex support Isaac “Boombox” Charles.

Apparently, there is a surprising addition to the roster and it is none other than flex tank – and also an Overwatch League champion – Kim “Fury” Jun-ho. For those who do not know him, he played before with the London Spitfire. Before his inclusion to the team, he was previously listed as “under contract” by the Overwatch League.

Fury has a lot to offer in his career. For starters, he was named “the undisputed king of clutch defense matrixes” by the Spitfire. Also, he is quite known for his unmatched D.Va plays, which fans will likely see during Philadelphia Fusion matches.

It is worth noting that Fury was not the only pro that the team got from another Overwatch League organization. Atlanta Reign’s Daniel “FunnyAstro” Hathaway also found his way to the Fusion roster, especially after proving the community that he is one of the best Lucio players out there.

The new additions mean that Philadelphia had to release the fan-favorite Battle Mercy Alberto “neptuNo” González earlier this month. This move gave the team the chance to sign players like FunnyAstro and Alarm. Fellow support Elijah “Elk” Gallagher shared the same fate as neptuNo, despite being listed as a “team option.” DPS Simon “Snillo” Ekström was not really expected to renew his contract, but he has since been deemed a free agent on the Overwatch League website.

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