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Houston Outlaws part with Arhan

The departure details the third major change coming to the Texan franchise this off-season.

The Houston Outlaws announced that Won-Hyeop "Arhan" Jung will be leaving the team ahead of the 2020 Overwatch League season. The DPS player who joined the Outlaws during the inaugural season has had an impressive career so far, from being on the winning 2016 South Korean world cup roster to making several podium finishes in the early seasons of Apex in Korea under the Afreeca Freecs Blue name.

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Photo: Houston Outlaws

The Outlaws revealed the decision over Twitter saying; "Today we say farewell to Arhan. The past two seasons he gave everything he had to this team. Not only working on himself as a player; but also, as a teammate. We wish you nothing but the best moving forward. Thank you, Arhan."

Arhan himself is yet to speak out about the departure, but it is likely he is looking for opportunities to play in the Overwatch League 2020 season.

As for other Outlaws related news, the team recently announced that ex-Vancouver Titans and San Francisco Shock coach, Harsha "Harsha" Bandi will be taking up the mantle as the new head coach for the organisation.

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