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The Houston Outlaws has released three of its players

Creative, Doge, and Lep are all departing the Overwatch League franchise.

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The Houston Outlaws ended up having quite an impressive 2022 Overwatch League season, ultimately becoming one of the top rosters in the entire league. But they failed to go all the way, meaning the franchise is still searching for that elusive championship.

Now that 2022 is in the books, the team has already started announcing roster changes and moves, and revealed that three players will not be returning for the 2023 season. These individuals are Kim "Creative" Young-wan, Tomas "Doge" Kongsøre, and Joseph "Lep" Cambriani.

Speaking about the released players, the Outlaws stated, "Today we say goodbye to @OW_Creative, @Doge_OW, and @Lep_ow.

"Thank you for joining our team and helping elevate it to a historic high. Once an Outlaw, always an Outlaw."

As for where either player will be heading that has yet to be determined.

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