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Boston Uprising’s Brussen Retires

On Tuesday May 12th, the Boston Uprising announced the retirement of flex-tank Thomas “brussen” Brussen from the Overwatch League.

Brussen hopped into the starting lineup halfway through the season, and will be succeeded by the recent addition Leyton “Punk” Gilchrist. With his retirement, brussen mentioned he will continue to play VALORANT while he decides his next adventure.

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Despite Loss, Boston Makes Massive Statement in May Melee May 30, 2020 at 6:00 am

[…] signed former Uprising Academy standout Leyton “Punk” Gilchrist. Later that same day Thomas “Brussen” Brussen announced his retirement, thrusting Punk into the starting role. Punk would be Boston’s third off-tank to start this […]


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