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New main tank player for the Boston Uprising, Cameron “Fusions” Bosworth, is under negotiations for a new contract. This contract will officially bring him on as a full time player on the Uprising, removing his two-way contract with the Uprising Academy.

2019-02-17 / Photo: Robert Paul for Blizzard Entertainment


Earlier this morning, news came to light that explained the absence of seemingly new Boston Uprising front man from last night’s game. Due to a rule in place for two-way players, Fusions couldn’t play more than two games per stage. Even though he was recently called up to play full time for the Uprising, due to the loss of main tank Young-jin “Gamsu” Noh, the Uprising hadn’t tweaked his contract. This means that, though he’s playing like a full time player, his contract still reads that of a two-way player.

Since Fusions played for the Uprising Academy, as well as the London Spitfire’s academy team the British Hurricane, this caused problems. Since playing in the first two games of the season for the Uprising, he violated his two-way contract in being slated to play last night. This means that, until further notice, Fusions must be benched.

With his new contract, Fusions will be able to play in all future Uprising games. There’s no news as to when this contract renewal will be officially put through, but Fusions should be returning to the Blizzard Arena main stage within a week or two.

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