The Overwatch League team in Vancouver has officially introduced.
Featured during the second break of the Vancouver Knox vs Dallas Stars Saturday afternoon, Vancouver and Tetans were exposed as the new sports team of British Columbia and New Colombia.
"We are excited to officially launch the Titans today and bring the first World Sports Team to Vancouver," said Francesco Aquilini, CEO of the Aquilini Group, in a statement: "In choosing our identity we wanted to introduce a team that would resonate with fans in the Northwest Ocean The silence. With a local experience and an experienced, skilled team, we are ready and can not wait to get the titans to compete at the highest level of exits. "
– Vancouver Titans (@TitansOW_) December 1, 2018
Fans of Canucks should immediately recognize the blue and green colors of the team and the amulet on the logo is something that the team says will resonate with the people of the Northwest Pacific.
"The color shades symbolize the vibrant, contemporary take on the Vancouver Canucks platter, but still allow the titans to develop their own West Coast style," the press release said. "The Titan logo includes Saskatchewan, a synonymous folklore figure for the Northwest Pacific, with a Monogram of V in the nose of Vancouver, and a ridge range on the top of the head."
In addition to announcing the team name and logo, the team's coaching staff and team were also exposed.
The team's training team includes Hwang "paJion" Ji-Sub, who previously trained the Overwatch Contenders, Fusion University, Harsha "Harsha" Bandi, former San Francisco analyst market and Kwon "Yang1" Yang-won, who recently trained a team Korean contestants Overwatch RunAway to the contenders for the 2nd season in the Korean Championship.
Of all the contestants, the members of RunAway, a group that defeated champion Overwatch South Korea champion in the show back in August, were among the most sought after professionals excessively And the Titans will flaunt the roster with all eight former members of the class.
This means that titans will list each of the following places:
• Kim "Hexel" Hi-Gong Mahjong-DPS
• Lee "Stitch" Choong-hui-DPS
• Lee "Hooreg" Dong-ion – DPS
• Choi "JJANU" Hyeon-woon – Flex
• Seo "SeoMinSoo" Min-soo – Flex
• Me "Twilight" Ju-seok – support
• Kim "SLIME" SUNG JUN – SUPPORT
• Park "Meet" Sang-beom – tank / support
The Titans will be the ninth member of the team as well: a flexible supporting player Kim "Raphael" Jung-Genius, who played for the mystical element last season in the Korean contenders, and is best known for his Zenyata game.
The Titans are among the eight new expansion teams that joined the OWL for the 2019 season, reaching 20. The Toronto team, Defiant, was also added, and he gave Canada two league clubs.
Play is set to begin on February 14, 2019.