The Overwatch League rookie joins the team ahead of the 2022 season.
We're approximately three months away from the return of the Overwatch League, after a very lengthy offseason. While there are still many questions surrounding what the 2022 season will look like, due to a new report that was published yesterday, the various teams are continuing to operate as usual.
The latest team to make an announcement is the Philadelphia Fusion, who has announced that they have signed the Overwatch League rookie, Yeong-hun "FiXa" Kwon to the team, seeing the South Korean support player joining the roster and making his debut into the big leagues, after a stint as a member of the Uprising Academy Contenders team.
With this signing in mind, the Fusion has a mostly viable team, mostly as FiXa is underage and will remain underage and inapplicable to play until May 2, when he turns 18. So, with this being said, the Fusion does have a full team capable of playing (in the 2022 season, which is expected to be played on Overwatch 2 and using a 5v5 format), although it does seem likely that the team will have other announcements as we get closer to the start of the season.