This past week the Philadelphia Fusion had released three players from their roster. Here are some of the details surrounding the release.
Comprised with a core from FaZe clan, the Philadelphia Fusion are one of the twelve teams in the inaugural season for the Overwatch League. After securing their core players from FaZe Philadelphia has constructed a strong roster of players from nine different countries.
|Su-min “SADO” Kim||Philadelphia Fusion||Tank|
|Simon “snillo” Ekström||Philadelphia Fusion||DPS|
|Josh “Eqo” Corona||Philadelphia Fusion||DPS|
|Joona “fragi” Laine||Philadelphia Fusion||Tank|
|Jeong-hwan “Dayfly” Park||Philadelphia Fusion||Support|
|Jae “Carpe” Hyeok Lee||Philadelphia Fusion||DPS|
|Isaac “Boombox” Charles||Philadelphia Fusion||Support|
|Hong Jun “Hotba” Choi||Philadelphia Fusion||Tank/Flex|
|Giuseppe “Joemeister” Gramano||Philadelphia Fusion||Support|
|Georgo “ShaDowBurn” Guscha||Philadelphia Fusion||DPS|
|Gael “Poko” Gouzerch||Philadelphia Fusion||Tank/Flex|
|Alberto “neptuNo” González||Philadelphia Fusion||Support/Flex|
Despite being the underdogs going into the Overwatch League, Philadelphia Fusion defied all odds and made it to the first-ever Grand Finals at the end of an exciting first season. Even though Fusion all but dominated throughout the playoffs, each win seemed only to further shock League viewers who couldn’t let go of their preseason judgment of the team. Read more …
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.
The final day of Semi-final matches of the Inaugural Season of the Overwatch League pits the #1 seed New York Excelsior versus the #6 placing Philadelphia Fusion. In the first match the Fusion rolled the Excelsior, setting this match to become either a huge upset, or a sweet comeback story.
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The first Semi-final match of the Inaugural Season of the Overwatch League pitted the #1 seed New York Excelsior versus the #6 placing Philadelphia Fusion in what promised to be a classic northeast style brawl. The NYXL roster is chocked with the highest level of players, including the Overwatch League MVP Jjonak, and are the statistical favorites to become the Season 1 Champions, but that was a patch and over a month ago…
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