Philadelphia Fusion Logo has been revealed! The team was one of the last added to Overwatch League list of initial twelve organizations. Owned by Comcast Spectacor, the Philadelphia Fusion have yet to release a roster. We wait excited to hear who they have signed!
Recently we sat down with Josh “Sideshow” Wilkinson a caster and writer from the UK to get his thoughts on competitive Overwatch, his experience as a caster, and Overwatch Contenders Season 2.
League sources have told us that Cloud9 is exploring the idea of putting together a Contenders Season 2 team. The strategy behind this move is that it would allow them to keep players under contract in case they want to sign them to Overwatch League contracts in the future. Contenders contracts are considerably cheaper than their Overwatch League counterparts. This makes it a reasonable option for an organization to lock up promising players on the cheap.
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.
Weekly One Shots – Overwatch League breaks down the news. We had a busy week entering into the player signing window close. Here is what each team has been doing: