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Vancouver Titans signs LiNkzr, frd and Fire

Some recognisable names will be heading to Canada for the 2021 Overwatch League season.

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The Vancouver Titans Overwatch League team has announced the signing of three players to its active roster for the 2021 season. With two players joining from the Atlanta Reign and one from the Houston Outlaws organisation, the Titans are looking for a better season than the disaster they encountered the past year.

From the Reign, Nathan "frd" Goebel and Anthony "Fire" King will be joining the team, in the flex-tank and support roles. The former Outlaws player on the other hand will be hitscan-DPS talent, Jiri "LiNkzr" Masalin. With these additions, the Titans team only has six players on its active roster, meaning we will likely see a few more announcements coming before the end of the off-season. If this is the Titans team for the coming 2021 season, it's difficult to suggest they will have the firepower to contend with the powerhouse rosters coming out of San Francisco, Seoul, Shanghai and Dallas.

With this being said, 2021 surely can't go worse than the past season did for Vancouver, when their championship runner-up line-up shattered, meaning the team had to rush to find replacement players. Either way, the only way to know how this Titans team will fare, is when the regular season starts up in Spring - slightly later than usual.

Photo: Vancouver Titans
Photo: Vancouver Titans
Photo: Vancouver Titans

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