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Shanghai Dragons' BeBe will be serving as a player coach as well in the 2023 season

He will be a dual-role player.

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The Shanghai Dragons Overwatch League team has made the announcement that reveals Support player Yoon "BeBe" Hee-chang will actually be taking on a dual-role in the team for the 2023 season.

What this means is that BeBe will both serve as a player, but also a player coach for this year, as he looks to secure wins on game days and help improve the squad during practice sessions with helpful advice and information and so forth.

"This year, BeBe assumes the dual roles of player and coach for the Shanghai Dragons, fighting alongside the team in the 2023 season. BeBe is our support on stage, as well as a coach and guide behind the scenes. In the new season, he takes on multiple roles, leading the team while also entering into battle, launching a challenge towards a new chapter alongside the Shanghai Dragons with determination and perseverance."


With the addition of BeBe, the Dragons have three Support players on its roster, so perhaps we can expect further signings as the team looks to expand and prepare for the 2023 season.

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