London Spitfire have finally revealed the initial eight players in their roster for the 2020 Overwatch League season.
The new all-South Korean team is as follows:
- JMAC – main tank
- BERNAR – off tank
- Highly – flex support
- Krillin – flex support
- Fuze – main support
- SanGuiNar – main support
- Glister – hit scan DPS
- Schwi – projectile DPS
— London Spitfire (@Spitfire) November 23, 2019
The new players replace the likes of Birdring, NUS, Guard, Profit, Gesture, Fury, Bdosin and Quatermain who left Spitfire over the last few months.
“I am JeungMac who was playing for Chengdu academy team LGE.HUYA. I am happy to announce that I will be joining London as new main tank. I will work hard with my new players and coaches to be the best team. Thank you very much.”
JMAC, London Spitfire
Fuze added: “I will try my best with my new players to lead our team to victory! Thank you very much.”
Highly commented: “I want to thank all the fans who have been cheering for me. I will work my hardest to lead my team to victory with my new teammates.”
Glister said: “I am happy to work with my new teammates and I will show you insane plays. Thank you very much!”
Back in the summer, London Spitfire announced their 2020 match schedule including home games in the UK.
Spitfire will host two homestand weekend events in London next year. The specific match dates are as follows:
- March 28: London Spitfire vs Paris Eternal (SSE Arena, Wembley)
- March 29: London Spitfire vs Toronto Defiant (SSE Arena, Wembley)
- June 6: London Spitfire vs San Francisco Shock (Birmingham venue TBC)
- June 7: London Spitfire vs Los Angeles Gladiators (Birmingham venue TBC)
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