Overwatch League gets first female player, Geguri joins Dragons
Four players join the roster as Shanghai Dragons look to reverse poor start.
Kim "Geguri" Se-Yeon has been confirmed as one of four new players joining Shanghai Dragons, as the team looks to mix things up and turn around what has been a woeful start for the team in
the Overwatch League.
Geguri, who is notable as being the first female to compete in the Overwatch League, joins support player He "Sky" Junjian, tank Lee "Fearless" Eui-Seok, and DPS specialist Chon "Ado" Gi-Hyeon, in a new-look roster that will be hoping to turn things around and tackle the "core problems of the team" following a 0-10 washout in the event's opening stage.
"All members of the Shanghai Dragons will work together to help the four new players adjust to the high-intensity competition of the Overwatch League so that they can show their best form and level of play," a team rep wrote in a statement shared on Twitter that also profiles the new players in more detail.
In other Overwatch League news, Blizzard has recently shared a few schedule changes ahead of Stage Two, which kicks off next Wednesday, February 21.