In an off-season filled with releases, signings, and leaks, the Boston Uprising have been oddly quiet up to this point.
However today Boston announced the release of 6 members of their roster.
Today we say goodbye to several members of the Uprising.
— Boston Uprising (@BostonUprising) October 21, 2019
Previously, Renan “Alemao” Moretto, Zion “Persia” Zang, Richard “rCk” Kinerva, and Kristian “Kellex” Keller had reached out to folks on Twitter announcing they were looking for new opportunities. However this is the first official statement from Boston regarding their free agents and players on team option.
The most notable drop from Boston has to be Minseok “AimGod” Kwon. Brought in half-way through the inaugural season, AimGod had won the flex-support job over Se-hyeon “Neko” Park and proved to be a play-maker on Zenyatta and Ana. During the 2019 season however, AimGod was benched for Persia to the shock of many fans and analysts.
This announcement leaves Boston without a single support or off-tank player. It should be exciting to see what the Uprising will do next to fill in these roles as the free-agency period continues.
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