The individual answerable for the corporate bank card on the Houston Outlaws’ headquarters is probably going feeling the warmth simply someday into the 2023 Overwatch League free agent signing window. After a third-place end within the 2022 season, the group is clearly placing all that prize cash towards an much more aggressive roster for subsequent yr.
Former Los Angeles Gladiators flex help Kim “Shu” Jin-seo is becoming a member of Houston’s roster for 2023, the Outlaws introduced at this time.
Shu is a two-time Function Star Award winner for his help play and has lengthy been a essential element of the Los Angeles Gladiators. A near-constant sight within the beginning lineup, Shu is thought for his clutch performs on heroes like Baptiste and Ana. Throughout his tenure with the Gladiators, the group gained three event championships throughout two seasons.
He began his profession on the Guangzhou Cost, turning into a brilliant spot on an in any other case mid-level group. That’s additionally the place casters and analysts popularized the phrase “Shu Shu practice” for his fan base; loads of Outlaws followers might be hopping on the locomotive subsequent yr.
This signing comes shortly after Houston introduced that former Dallas Gas tank Lee “Fearless” Eui-seok can also be becoming a member of the Outlaws in 2023, contemporary off his championship win with the Gas.
A lot of the 2022 Houston roster was dismantled regardless of the group’s excessive placement within the ultimate season standings. As of Dec. 23, the Outlaws’ roster consists of Fearless, Shu, and star DPS Oh “Pelican” Se-hyun. With half a dozen awards and titles between them, that’s a scary begin to a roster.