7 November 2017 - 19:22

Overwatch League team Boston Uprising adds two support players

The roster now has 10 players.
Overwatch Staff Reporter
Image via Boston Uprising/Blizzard Entertainment

Two additional support players have been added to the Boston Uprising Overwatch League roster.

From Luminosity Gaming Evil comes American support player Connor "Avast" Prince, while Korean support player Park "Neko" Se-Hyeon joins Boston Uprising from RX Foxes. The two players were confirmed in a post on the Boston Uprising Twitter account.

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Now with four supports, the Boston Uprising roster includes 10 players. Avast and Neko join former Afreeca Freecs player Woo-yeol "Kalios" Shin, CONBOX's Yeong-jin "Gamsu" Noh, ROX Orcas' Kwon "Striker" Nam-Joo, 123's Stanislav "Mistakes" Danilov, Keep Gaming's Gabriel "Snow" Ceregatto, Tempo Storm's Jonathan "DreamKazper" Sanchez, Team Singularity's Kristian "Kellex" Keller, and Toronto Esports' Lucas "NotE" Meissner.

The roster features a mixture of well-known players and up-and-coming talent.

Boston Uprising, owned by New England Patriots ownership group The Kraft Group, will wear blue and red when the Overwatch League kicks off its preseason matches on Dec. 6. The regular season will follow in January.

Boston Uprising's first match of the regular season will be held on Jan. 11 against the New York Excelsior—a natural rivalry.

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