Star players like DPS Brady “Agilities” Girardi, DPS Lane “Surefour” Roberts, and flex support Park “Kariv” Young-seo have all had their 2021 options declined. The fun-loving and seemingly always smile, Dante “Danteh” Cruz is another DPS player that is looking for the right fit. Dallas Fuel: Fuel announce they have signed former Element Mystic and Paris Eternal players Yeong-han "SP9RK1E" Kim and Han-been "Hanbin" Choi as well as Hee-won "RUSH" Yun to be their head coach. The team doesn’t have a roster right now, according to the 2021 contract update. Hopefully, with this proposed longer off-season, teams have more time to rebuild for next year. Chendu Hunters: Hunters announce departure of co-head coaches Chang "Ray" Chia-Hua and Murong "Chen" Chen and assistant coach Guan "Garry" Li, with former head coach ingrui "RUI" Wang resuming his old position. Jun-ho “Fury” Kim enters free agency after just a one-year deal with the Philadelphia Fusion. Potential Teams: LAG, Toronto and Houston. Guangzhou Charge: Charge announce release of head coach Hyo-jin "J1N" Cho and assistant coaches Seung-min "Tydolla" Jung and Sung-woo "Sungwoo" Hong. Philadelphia Fusion: Fusion off tank Kim "Fury" Jun-ho announces he is looking for a team as a free agent. Sharing the starting spot with Shane “Rawkus” Flaherty was not ideal for building a strong synergy with the rest of the roster.
While they may very well return to their home team, other Overwatch League teams could snap them up in the interim.
The player who made the biggest splash right before the playoffs is now the most valuable free agent heading into 2021. While nothing is set in stone, it seems that Toronto may be looking at a full-scale rebuild for the 2021 Overwatch League season. Los Angeles Gladiators: Gladiators support Jonas "Shaz" Suovaara announces his retirement. The Fuel also announced they have extended DPS Kim "Doha" Dong-ha for 2021 but are parting ways with the rest of their roster.
Washington Justice: Justice announce they have released main tank Gye "rOar" Chang-hoon. He is about to go on Jimmy Fallon for the second time and proved to everyone that he was not just a Rein one-trick. of the same year, a popular leaker is specifying exactly what that horizon may be. Many players in the league have already announced their free-agent status, but the 2021 contract update includes some high-profile reveals.
Even if he isn’t truly exploring many options as a free agent, Moth will certainly be back in San Francisco with a different looking contract.
Every single member of the team is a free agent.
But with a high-demand in top-tier flex supports, Shu could have plenty of options to play for a bigger contract. Last season, Charlie “Nero” Zwarg really came into his own.
An Overwatch leaker has revealed that the Overwatch League and Blizzcon schedules for 2021 suggest a release of the Overwatch 2 beta or full game in February 2021. Biggest reveals from the 2021 Overwatch League player contract update.
San Francisco Shock: Shock main support Grant "moth" Espe announces he is a free agent. Don’t worry, though. And make sure to follow us on Twitter for more sports and esports articles from other TGH writers.
Potential Teams: Guangzhou, Toronto and Paris. The contract status update also includes the reveal of many high-profile players who will be rejoining their teams for the 2021 season. Boston is keeping DPS Min “Jerry” Tae-Hee for another year. The Hawelka Award winner Caleb “McGravy” McGarvey is a player teams could sign to gain an immediate boost to the locker room.
With Blizzard popularly known to prioritize revealing content at their own events, fans can be sure to expect more information at the upcoming virtual company conference. Potential Teams: Shanghai, Philadelphia and NYXL. Due to this news, a lot of people are getting nervous. Updated: 26/Oct/2020 14:45. After the team announced the return of four players yesterday, many Boston Uprising fans were concerned about the suspicious absence of a community favorite. Tae-hong “MekO” Kim surprised everyone when he went to Houston last offseason. We’ll have to wait another few weeks to see the true scale of free agency during the 2021 Overwatch League season. Yet, that creates a problem with the Asian region. I love overwatch, super smash bros, and any auto-chess game. Given a full-time spot, Fury will surely be a pivotal piece for several teams in rebuild mode. Players who are “under contract” or have had their “2021 option exercised” by a team will be returning to that team for the 2021 Overwatch League season.
Every single member of the team is a free agent.
Potential Teams: Guangzhou, Washington and Paris. Considering he has not received the most playing time while winning two championships in San Francisco, he seems like someone who could be moving on for a much bigger role. In the pursuit of transparency during the offseason, the Overwatch League always releases a list of current contract status updates for every player in the league. JJANU was slated for another stellar season heading into the 2020 season with a couple brand new pieces to play around after some Vancouver roster changes. Potential Teams: NYXL, Dallas and Philadelphia.
San Francisco Shock: Shock announce coach Jae "Junkbuck" Choi is leaving the team. The team is currently discussing options with hitscan DPS Min "Jerry" Tae-hee and main tank Park "Axxiom" Min-seo. Dallas Fuel: Fuel hitscan DPS Stefan "Onigod" Fiskerstrand, flex support William "Crimzo" Hernandez, main support Nolan "Paintbrush" Edwards, off tank Lucas "NotE" Meissner and main support Jung "Closer" Won-sik announce their contracts will not be renewed and they are free agents. The team also released DPS Doomfist main Philip "ChipSa" Graham. Hangzhou Spark: Spark release flex DPS Chon "Ado" Gi-hyeon, flex DPS Kang "Adora" Jae-hwan, DPS/tank Song "SASIN" Sang-hyeon, flex support Yoon "BeBe" Hui-chang and off tank Park "Ria" Seong-wook. The young forward bagged five goals and three assists in Ajax’s 13-0 win over VVV Venlo. Potentially the quietest stud flex support could be heading to a new team this offseason. So have Choi “Bdosin” Seung-Tae and Kim “Slime” Seong-Jun, leaving the Dynasty with a barebones support line. Boston is keeping DPS Min “Jerry” Tae-Hee for another year. Jump to starting rosters: Team rosters. Arguably the largest change proposed is the introduction of Asian contenders teams playing against main league teams. Rumors of the next OWL season being delayed until April to make sure they can launch with OW2 suggest that the expected beta or even full release of the game around Blizzcon in February 2021 is very likely! San Francisco Shock: Shock announce they are parting ways with flex DPS Kim "Rascal" Dong-jun. As for the stand out names this week, we’ve sprung for Robert Lewandowski and Kylian Mbappe. Most likely, every team will have some sort of interest in him, but if a team is looking to go with completely western players, he needs to be at or near the top of their wish list. Already fans have seen several star players announce their free agency, and a league-wide shakeup is on the horizon. The talent is there, now someone needs to just help him unlock it. Atlanta Reign: Reign flex support Dusttin "Dogman" Bowerman and off-tank Nathan "frd" Goebel announce their contracts are expiring and they are free agents.