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Paris Eternal and Guangzhou Charge OWL teams announced

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Yesterday we reported that several team names for Overwatch League expansion teams had been allegedly leaked, and now we know two of these to be true, as Paris Eternal and Guangzhou Charge have been officially revealed.

Paris Eternal, firstly, was revealed by DM-Esports at an event in the French capital, with colours of blue, burgundy, white, and hold. A Gallic rooster also features on the logo, and the roster is as follows:

Benjamin 'BenBest' Dieulafait (FR)
Damien 'HyP' Souville (FR)
Nicolas 'NiCOgdh' Moret (FR)
Terence 'SoOn' Tarlier (FR)
Karol 'danye' Szczesniak (PL)
Finnbjörn 'Finnsi' Jonasson (IS)
Harrison 'Kruise' Pond (UK)
Roni 'LhCloudy' Tiihonen (FI)
George 'ShaDowBurn' Gushcha (RU)

Eternal also has Julien 'Daemon' Ducros as their head coach, with Félix 'Féfé' Munch, Joni 'Seita' Paavola, and Kyle 'Kyky' Souder supporting him. Michael 'Mex' De Wit is also the general manager.

Guangzhou charge, however, was revealed by the Nenking Group, and CEO Sonny Xiao said:

"We chose Charge because it expresses our vision to lead the esports movement in China, and to be at the forefront of innovation. It also expresses our vision for a competitive team that plays aggressive and bold."

The team will compete in the Pacific region when the competition starts next February, and with this announcement we only have a handful of teams to find out the branding for now.

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Photo: Paris Eternal

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