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Lunatic-Hai’s secondary Overwatch team will take over the original team’s name

The original Lunatic-Hai roster is moving on to the Overwatch League.

The original Lunatic-Hai roster’s run in South Korea’s OGN Overwatch Apex has ended, but the B team is taking over.

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As the two-time Overwatch Apex championship roster heads to Los Angeles for the first season of Overwatch League, Lunatic-Hai 2 will take over the club name. Lunatic-Hai’s Overwatch director posted an announcement on the organization’s official website detailing the roster changes.

Related: The Seoul-based Overwatch League team could be called Seoul Dynasty

Lunatic-Hai as we once knew them are now known as Team Seoul in the Overwatch League, until their official name—rumored to be Seoul Dynasty—is revealed. Lunatic-Hai 2 will now be known as just Lunatic-Hai. The current roster includes Chae “Bunny” Joon-hyuk, Chi “MedalOfHonor” Sung Min, Kim “Alarm” Kyeong-bo, Kim Do-hyeon, and Joon-hwan “Guardian” Cho. The organization is currently holding open tryouts for the team, however, so the fate of these players is ultimately unknown.

Lee “Whoru” Seung Joon, a former member of the original Lunatic-Hai, will reportedly play with the new roster, according to South Korean journalist Young Jae Jeon. Whoru is currently too young to participate in the Overwatch League.

The organization will update fans when the roster is complete. Lunatic-Hai 2 most recently placed third during the Overwatch Apex Challengers’ fifth season.

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Nicole Carpenter is a reporter for Dot Esports. She lives in Massachusetts with her cat, Puppy, and dog, Major. She's a Zenyatta main who'd rather be playing D.Va.