A few familiar faces will be returning to the Overwatch League team.
So far, the Overwatch League offseason has been all about roster releases, and teams deciding to part ways with a bunch of its players and coaching staff. However, today we can actually report on a signing, or rather extension, as the Philadelphia Fusion has revealed the individuals that will be coaching its roster for the 2023 season.
The trio will be head coach Cho "J1N" Hyo-Jin, and assistant coaches Kim "Chara" Jung-yeon and Cho "Sungmin" Sung-min. All three were part of the 2022 coaching staff, so at least the Fusion has a bit of stability here, following its recent decision to offload a bunch of players, including veteran Lee "Carpe" Jae-hyeok, who had been with the team since the first season of the OWL.
As the offseason will continue for several more months, we likely won't be hearing about who will make up the Fusion's 2023 roster until late December/early January.