Philadelphia Fusion, hailing from the state of Pennsylvania, are one of five North American teams competing in the Atlantic Division of the Overwatch League. Here’s everything we know about them.
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Philadelphia Fusion team information
- Owners: Comcast Spectacor
- Comcast Spectacor are a sports and entertainment company, and one part of the larger Comcast group that owns TV network NBC and film studio Universal. In the world of traditional sports, Spectacor has holdings in the Philadelphia Flyers NHL hockey team. The company manages hundreds of sporting stadiums across North America and Singapore.
- Division: Atlantic
- Social links: Twitter, Facebook, YouTube
Philadelphia Fusion roster
Another mismatched roster, several Philadelphia Fusion members came from the FaZe Clan team but many are more scattered, including one with almost no history at all. The Korean members come from well-performing teams and several players were on their national squads, but it’s an unproven batch that will be looking to perform against harder competition.
- Jae-hyeok ‘Carpe’ Lee, DPS, South Korea
- Josh ‘Eqo’ Corona, DPS, Israel
- George ‘ShaDowBurn’ Gushcha, DPS, Russia
- Hong-joon ‘HOTBA’ Choi, Flex, South Korea
- Gael ‘Poko’ Gouzerch, Flex, France
- Joona ‘Fragi’ Laine, Tank, Finland
- Su-min ‘SADO’ Kim, Tank, South Korea
- Due to account-boosting allegations, a violation of Overwatch League rules and Overwatch’s EULA, Sado will not be participating in the first three stages – 30 matches – of Overwatch League season one.
- Isaac ‘Boombox’ Charles, Support, United Kingdom
- Jeong-hwan ‘Dayfly’ Park, Support, South Korea
- Joe ‘Joemeister’ Gramano, Support, Canada
- Alberto ‘neptuNo’ González, Support, Spain
This mixed nationality roster is supported by an equally diverse team, with head coach Yann ‘Kirby’ Luu hailing from France, assistant coaches Se-Hwi ‘NamedHwi’ Go and Elliot ‘Hayes’ Hayes from South Korea and the UK respectively, and analyst Ethan ‘Beezy’ Spector from the USA.
Philadelphia Fusion skins
Fusion should stand out in the games thanks to their striking orange and black colour scheme, which can also be seen on their merchandise. Here’s their jersey and t-shirt:
Like all team jerseys and t-shirts, these are purchasable on theBlizzard gear store.