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Boston Uprising announces roster for Overwatch League

The Boston Uprising revealed its Overwatch League roster

The Boston Uprising revealed its Overwatch League roster Thursday.

The roster consists of Kwon “Striker” Nam-joo as a DPS, previously of the ROX Orcas, No “Gamsu” Yeong-jin as a tank, previously of CONBOX, Shin “Kalios” Woo-yeol as a flex, previously of the Afreeca Freecs, Stanislav “Mistakes” Danilov as a DPS, previously of Team 123, Jonathan “DreamKazper” Sanchez as a DPS, previously of Tempo Storm, Kristian “Kellex” Keller as a support, previously of Team Singularity, and Lucas “NotE” Meissne as a flex tank, previously of Toronto Esports.

Park “Crusty” Da-hee will be the head coach after coaching the RX Foxes during Season 4 of OGN APEX. The assistant coaches will be Jack “Shake” Kaplan, Rollon “Mini” Hamelin, the former coach for Luminosity, and Mohid “Mr. Bleeple” Asjid as the analyst.

The Uprising announced its name and logo Wednesday as one of the 12 teams competing in the inaugural season of the Overwatch League. The league begins Jan. 10, and the team will be temporarily relocated to Los Angeles for Season 1, as the matches will be held in Blizzard Arena in Burbank.


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