Category: Los Angeles Gladiators

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Team Summary

A team assembled by Phoenix 1, the Los Angeles Gladiators are one of the twelve teams in the inaugural season for the Overwatch League. Owned by controversial owner Stan Kroenke, the team is looking to prove doubters wrong by posting a strong showing in the first season of the Overwatch League.

Current Roster

PlayerTeamPosition
Luis “iReMiix” Galarza FigueroaLA GladiatorsTank
Lane “Surefour” RobertsLA GladiatorsDPS
João Pedro “Hydration” Goes TellesLA GladiatorsDPS
Joon-seong “Asher” ChoiLA GladiatorsDPS
Jonas “Shaz” SuovaaraLA GladiatorsSupport/Flex
Benjamin “BigG00se” IsohanniLA GladiatorsSupport
Aaron “Bischu” KimLA GladiatorsTank/Flex

Recent News


Los Angeles Gladiators

LA Gladiators Dpei: Playoffs, Season 2 and Beyond

Welcome back! In part two of our in-depth interview with Gladiators Head Coach David “Dpei” Pei, we broke down the Gladiators’ playoff performance and their next steps as a team. You can review part one here. Enjoy!

 

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Daniel
Daniel is life long game player and day dreamer living in St. Paul, MN. He holds a Masters in Writing for Children and Young Adult from Hamline University and writes scripts for both comics and plays. He enjoys playing competitive Overwatch, even if he isn't so great, and enjoys hosting friends for couch co-op gaming. Check him out on Twitter!

LA Gladiators Dpei: Season 1, Player Fatigue, the Gladiator Mindset (Part 1 of 2)

The LA Gladiators finished the inaugural season in fourth place overall, earning a spot in the seatson playoffs before losing in the first round to the London Spitfire. Gladiators Head Coach David “Dpei” Pei sat down with us here at Overwatchscore to talk about their first season. Part one of the extensive interview focuses on the Gladiators’ intense regular season, and Dpei’s growth as a coach. Check back in tomorrow for part two of the interview, where we discuss the playoffs and plans for Season 2!

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Daniel
Daniel is life long game player and day dreamer living in St. Paul, MN. He holds a Masters in Writing for Children and Young Adult from Hamline University and writes scripts for both comics and plays. He enjoys playing competitive Overwatch, even if he isn't so great, and enjoys hosting friends for couch co-op gaming. Check him out on Twitter!

Fissure Leaves LA Gladiators, Signs to Seoul Dynasty

In a shock move announced on Twitter today, LA Gladiators main tank Chan-Hyung “Fissure” Baek has been released from his team and signed with the Seoul Dynasty. The most handsome and best tank in the Overwatch League will now play on an all Korean team, something Fissure has reportedly wanted since before the season playoffs. Read more …

Billy
Billy "Korjubzot" Walker is a journalism student with a newfound passion for esports, based in Queensland, Australia. He spends most of his time playing RPGs, competitive shooters and platformers, and he always thanks his healers.
Gladiators Celebrate

Los Angeles Gladiators – Hydration talks “The Great Bamboozle” and Preparing for Season 2

Wednesday, July 11th. The Gladiators faced off against the London Spitfire in their first playoff match.

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Olivia Richman
Olivia is a professional journalist and editor who loves playing video games and watching esports, especially the OWL. When she isn’t writing or gaming, Olivia enjoys hanging out with her ugly cat, eating sushi and traveling across the country to compete in Pokemon TCG tournaments.

Seagull Will Not Play in All-Star Weekend

Brandon “Seagull’ Larned, formerly of the Dallas Fuel, announced his retirement from Overwatch League last week. However, there was still hope among fans that he would join the all-star weekend at the end of the summer. He is not playing and some roster updates followed.

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Garrett 'Mash' Fuller
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London Spitfires are Back in the Fight

By the End of Match two, both the London Spitfire and the Los Angeles Gladiators have each taken a match win from the other. The outcome of this quarter-final match remained all but decided. That is until, London came alive. 

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Darien
Darien first entered the competitive gaming scene playing Pokemon, and fell in love with Hearthstone and Overwatch soon after. After enrolling in his University's esports program, he became captivated by the Overwatch League, and now he's ready to make his mark on the scene with insightful, informative features.

It’s coming home? London Spitfire Dominate the Gladiators in Second Match

After a rather disappointing start from the London Spitifre in their first Playoff match, they had to change things up. The Gladiators themselves came in as the clear favorites this times around. And what a great match that was, the Spitfire finally back to playing as a unit, with great plays from each player. Especially Birdring and Profit played out of their minds and had some of the best games in a while. A well-deserved win in the second match, which will be decided in the third and last match.

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Nina Schneider
Life-long gamer, mostly into FPS and team-oriented games. Played Overwatch from the beginning and followed it ever since, so I live and breathe the game. I love reading and writing, work in IT and am a mother of cats 😀 Follow Nina On Twitter!

Fissure Clears the Air Regarding Benching Rumors

LA Gladiator’s main tank Chan-hyung “Fissure” Baek has spoken out on stream about the rumors behind his benching in today’s quarter-final match against the London Spitfire.

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Billy
Billy "Korjubzot" Walker is a journalism student with a newfound passion for esports, based in Queensland, Australia. He spends most of his time playing RPGs, competitive shooters and platformers, and he always thanks his healers.

No Fissure, No Problem: The LA Gladiators Make Quick Work of the London Spitfire in their First Quarterfinal

Game 2 of the Overwatch League Quarterfinals began before either team stepped on stage. The rivalry between the London Spitfire and the Los Angeles Gladiators is steeped in history – a history that centers on Gladiators main tank Chan-hyung “Fissure” Baek. After trading Fissure to LA after Stage 1, the Spitfire have never won a match against their former teammate. That record was on pace to continue, until the Gladiators released an explosive statement right before the match.

 

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Ash Parrish
Ash is an esports journalist and unrepentant underdog supporter. She loves all things Overwatch and has a soft spot for the abysmal Shanghai Dragons. Find her shouting about her love for Geguri on her Twitter profile here.

Los Angeles Gladiators Sub in iRemiix for Fissure in Tonight’s Playoff Match

In a tweet from the L.A. Gladiators they are replacing Fissure, their top tank with iRemiix in their starting line up. Here are the details.

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Garrett 'Mash' Fuller
Garrett 'Mash' Fuller is an industry veteran having worked with a ton of companies including MMORPG.com and Ten Ton Hammer. He brings Overwatchscore a wealth of experience and passion for Overwatch!Follow Mash on Twitter!
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