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Overwatch 2

Washington Justice has hit the reset button

The entire team's roster and coaching staff has been released.

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The Washington Justice Overwatch League team had a rather disappointing 2022, after failing to actually qualify for the Playoffs after ending the year with a 11-13 record, despite having a theoretically very talented roster.

With this in mind, it's not a huge surprise that the team has decided to hit the reset button for 2023, and has released its entire roster and coaching staff and will be looking to rebuild by exploring the very plentiful and busy free agency pool that is present this offseason.

To be exact, these are the individuals who have been released from the team:

  • Jang "Decay" Gui-un

  • Kim "Assassin" Sung-won

  • Jeong "Krillin" Young-hoon

  • An "OPENER" Gi-beom

  • Shin "Kalios" Woo-yeol

  • Haeni "Haeni" Kim

  • Han "Sup7eme" Seung-jun

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