When London Spitfire became the Stage One champion of Overwatch League’s first season, the transfer window opened.
Overwatch League teams were able to sign free agents from Jan. 22, but were only able to acquire players from other organizations after Feb. 11 when Stage One ended.
Shuffles between Overwatch League teams were slow in the weeks that followed the window opening, but many have been officially announced since then, especially in the last two weeks.
Other transfers are from Overwatch League teams that signed talented players who had a good performance in relevant tournaments in 2017—like the Overwatch World Cup and the now-gone Overwatch APEX.
The transfer window closed on April 3, but transfers made before the deadline can still be announced at a later date. Teams will have to stick with their roster until the end of season one. Here are all the confirmed moves among the 12 teams.
- Dylan “aKm” Bignet (free agent, DPS)
- Son “OGE” Min-seok (former CONBOX, tank)
- Benjamin “Unkoe” Chevasson (from Los Angeles Valiant, support)
- Félix “xQc” Lengyel (free agent, Tank)
- Scott “Custa” Kennedy (to Los Angeles Valiant, support)
- Kim “Rascal” Dong-jun (first from London Spitfire, DPS, then free agent)
Los Angeles Gladiators
- Baek “Fissure” Chan-hyung (from London Spitfire, tank)
- Ted “Silkthread” Wang (from Los Angeles Valiant, DPS)
- Kang “Void” Jun-Woo (from Team KongDoo Panthera, flex)
Los Angeles Valiant
- Moon “MBC” Byung Chul(Head Coach)
- Scott “Custa” Kennedy (from Dallas Fuel, support)
- Chae “Bunny” Jun-Hyeok (from Seoul Dynasty, DPS)
- Kyle “KSF” Frandanisa (from Simplicity, DPS)
- Finnbjörn “Finnsi” Jónasson (from Orgless and Hungry, Flex)
- Henry “Cuddles” Coxall (Head Coach)
- Benjamin “Unkoe” Chevasson (to Dallas Fuel, Support)
- Ted “Silkthread” Wang (to Los Angeles Gladiators, DPS)
- Lee “envy” Kang-jae (free agent, flex)
- Christopher “GrimReality” Schaefer (from DPS to assistant coach)
San Francisco Shock
- JunkBUck (Coach, former Toronto Esports)
- Park “Architect” Min-ho (DPS, from X6-Gaming)
- Grant “moth” Espe (Support, from Toronto Esports)
- Cho “ChoiHyoBin” Hyo-bin (Flex, from X6-Gaming)
- Heo “Gambler” Jin-woo (from BlossoM, Support)
- Chae “Bunny” Jun-Hyeok (to Los Angeles Valiant, DPS)
- Kim “Geguri” Se-Yeon (Free agent, Tank)
- He “Sky” Junjian (Free agent, Support)
- Lee “Fearless” Eui-Seok (From Element Mystic, Tank)
- Chon “Ado” Gi-Hyeon (From MVP Space, DPS)
- Kim “Daemin” Dae-min (From NRG Esports, DPS)
- Chen “U4” Congshan (Head Coach)
- Chao “Undead” Fang (free agent, then signed by LinGan e-Sports, DPS)
- Kwon “AimGod” Min-seok (from Meta Bellum, Support)
- Jonathan “DreamKazper” Sanchez (dropped, then suspended by the Overwatch League)
- Hwang “TiZi” Jang-hyeon (from RunAway, Tank)
- Baek “Fissure” Chan-hyung (Confirmed, to Los Angeles Gladiators, Tank)
- Kim “Rascal” Dong-jun (Confirmed, to Dallas Fuel, DPS)
- Lee “Bishop” Beom-joon (Head Coach)
- Joonas “zappis” Alakurtti (Free agent, Tank)
- Ha “Sayaplayer” Jung Woo (From Meta Athena, DPS)
- Kim “aWesomeGuy” Sung Hoon (From Meta Athena, Tank)
- Choi “r2der” Hyun-jin (Former Meta Athena coach, now assistant coach)
New York Excelsior
- Jeong “ANAMO” Tae-seong (free agent, support)
- Hwang “Fl0w3R” Yeon-oh (to XL2 Academy, DPS)
Philadelphia Fusion has not announced any changes to their current roster or coaching staff.
The transfer window for the season one of the Overwatch League is closed, so no additional transfers are expected.