xQc, tank player for the Dallas Fuel, had his account suspended yesterday for intentionally throwing games. The Overwatch League has yet to comment on the issue. You can see the clip from his being suspended while streaming here.
Previously known as EnVyUs the Dallas Fuel are one of the twelve teams in the inaugural season for the Overwatch League. EnVyUs dominated Contenders Season One and staked a claim as the best team in the west. After their victory they picked up additional star players such as Seagull, xQc and Custa, the Dallas Fuel hope to be the premier team in the league. They also are hoping to do this with a roster that has no Korean players.
|Timo ‘Taimou’ Kettuten||Dallas Fuel||DPS|
|Sebastian ‘Chipshajen’ Widlund||Dallas Fuel||Support|
|Scott ‘Custa’ Kennedy||Dallas Fuel||Support|
|Pongphop ‘Mickie’ Rattanasangchod||Dallas Fuel||Tank|
|Jonathan ‘Harryhook’ Tejedor Rua||Dallas Fuel||Support|
|Hwang ‘EFFECT’ Hyeon||Dallas Fuel||DPS|
|Félix ‘xQc’ Lengyel||Dallas Fuel||Tank|
|Christian ‘Cocco’ Jonsson||Dallas Fuel||Tank|
|Brandon ‘Seagull’ Larned||Dallas Fuel||DPS|
Preseason Fuel vs. Outlaws in the battle for Texas. Here is our analyst Wrekk’s breakdown.
With the signing of xQc, The Dallas Fuel’s roster is now likely complete for the foreseeable future. After confirming the signing of Custa the Fuel announced there would be one more signing. They have also stated that their roster will be represented by players from eight countries. With Custa adding Australia to the list after that initial announcement and xQc adding Canada. They now have signed players from the United States, Sweden, Finland, Spain, South Korea, Thailand, Australia, and Canada.
Overwatch League New Player Signings
Recently fans on Reddit have been doing a great job compiling a list of prospective team rosters for the League. Multiple sources who wish to remain anonymous have told us about three player signings that will help add more completeness to that picture. We’ve got two players signing with the Los Angeles Valiant and one for the Dallas Fuel.
Today Immortals announced their branding for the Overwatch League, the L.A Valiant.
Shortly after releasing their announcement tweet the San Francisco Shock responded by quoting the tweet and adding “Meh.” Not to be outdone on their big day the Valiant fired back with this tweet. Calling out the creation date and “fake followers” that the Shock account has. In a shocking turn of events, the Shock Twitter account removed the original tweet. Finally leaving the door open for the Valiant to finish off the Twitter match with this response. Giving L.A Valiant a 1-0 lead in the twitter battles.
Dallas Fuel has posted their latest video about the team name and logo. CEO of the Dallas Fuel, Mike “Hastr0” Rufail talks about his past with the city of Dallas and the upcoming team aspirations.
Team EnVy had a great run in Contenders and looks to bring some serious firepower to Dallas.