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Breaking: KyKy Released from Houston Outlaws

Many have been waiting on baited breath for news of new acquisitions, as all free agents are available to be signed to any team today, October 8th. However, the first major news of this new stage of the Overwatch League’s off season is that Kyle “KyKy” Souder has been released from the Houston Outlaws.

After months of harsh criticism as the head coach of the Dallas Fuel and Team EnVyUs, KyKy was announced as an assistant coach of the Houston Outlaws under Tae-yeong “TaiRong” Kim. KyKy was integrated into the Outlaws organization in late April, having been replaced by Aaron “Aero” Atkins, the current coach of Team USA. KyKy had the same position in 2017’s world cup, leading the United States in an impressive run where the team eventually fell to Team South Korea at BlizzCon.

Although KyKy has faced many professional challenges this past year, this coach has a wealth of APEX, World Cup, and Overwatch League experiences that should lead to a new pathway shortly. Best of luck to KyKy as he moves forward into his next stage in Overwatch.

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