In a quick announcement today, London Spitfire have parted ways with Coach Changg. Here are the details.
The champions return for Season Two. After winning the Season One Championship at the sold-out Barclays Center, the London Spitfire are ready to go again. Known for having a stellar tank line and terrifying DPS in birdring and Profit, this is a class-A roster looking for more success. London Spitfire is built around a mix of players from GC Busan and KongDoo Panthera, formerly playing as Cloud9.
|Seung-tae “Bdosin” Choi||London Spitfire||Support, Support/Flex|
|Lee “Guard” Hee-dong||London Spitfire||DPS|
|Jun-ho “Fury” Kim||London Spitfire||Tank/Flex|
|Joon-yeong “Profit” Park||London Spitfire||DPS|
|Jong-seok “NUS” Kim||London Spitfire||Support|
|Ji-hyuk “birdring” Kim||London Spitfire||DPS/Flex|
|Jae-hee “Gesture” Hong||London Spitfire||Tank|
A controversial tweet is going around the Overwatch fanbase, from London Spitfire General Manager Susie Kim. The team wanted to do a fan meeting during the World Cup, but apparently, Korea’s own Seoul Dynasty did not allow this to happen.
The arena was packed for match two in Overwatch League Grand Finals. London Spitfire and Philadelphia Fusion faced off.
This is it. The beginning of the end. Game 1 of the OWL Grand Finals promised to be a wild match, and it didn’t disappoint. The London Spitfire cruised to a 3-1 victory against the Philadelphia Fusion, and once again have the chance to capture glory after a shaky season. We’ll have to wait until tomorrow to see if Philly can turn things around and claim an underdog victory.
Chants of “Wings Out” pierced the walls of the casting booth on the second day of the Semifinals. The LA Valiant and London Spitfire were ready to fight for the chance to book their ticket to Brooklyn and the inaugural Overwatch League Grand Finals. Over the chants, Mitch “Uber” Leslie quipped to his casting partner Matt “Mr. X” Morello: “Only one team can take flight.” Read more …
The Overwatch League’s Playoffs have been a roller-coaster so far. The first round was an unpredictable rodeo, and the Semi-Final round started with even more upsets and excitement. London Spitfire took on Los Angeles Valiant in the final match on day 1 of the Semi-Finals. Could the Spitfire continue their decimation of the LA teams on their way to the Finals? Or were the Valiant primed to revenge their fallen brethren in Purple, and bring down the high flying Aces of London? As the dust settled, London emerged victorious, going into their Thursday matches with Los Angeles up 1-0. Read more …