Shanghai officially signs Geguri along with three additional players

Shanghai officially signs Geguri along with three additional players

Language won't necessarily be an issue, in other words, and the Dragons are providing "language assistance" to all the new players in addition to securing U.S. visas.

The Overwatch League just finished "Stage 1", its first quarter of matches, and we can now clearly see how each team stacks up against one another.

Two of the four new players players (Lee Eui-seok and Chon Gi-hyeon) are fellow South Koreans, while He Junjian is Chinese. She became known around the competitive community for her Zarya play, with an 80 percent win rate that led players to believe she was cheating. Meanwhile, former MVP Space DPS Ado will fill the projectile DPS role, playing opposite the hitscan talents of Fang "Undead" Chao that have provided some of the team's brighter moments. Sky is a flex player known for his Ana play on China's Miraculous Youngster squad, and will add good flexibility to the roster. While many have since moved on from Overwatch, the addition of Sky should certainly bolster what has often been a lacklustre Support line-up. You may remember Geguri from the countless articles that have popped up in this past year describing her as "God Zarya", a tank player (she also now plays D.Va competitively) that also happens to be the first woman to be signed to an Overwatch League team.

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