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Spark Hire Former Titans Head Coach paJion

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The Hangzhou Spark made a big splash today by bringing in Ji-Sub paJion Hwang as their new assistant coach. The announcement was made on social media early Wednesday morning. This move comes off of a plethora of different roster changes the team has made including letting go of former assistant coach, Jung “yeah” Young-su. 

paJion is best known initially for coaching the famed NA team: Fusion University (now known as T1 in Contenders Korea). The majority of which have now been promoted to the OWL including the likes of Beast, Alarm and WhoRu. On top of that, the Korean coach also had a stint with the former RunAway 1.0 squad with the Vancouver Titans. This short partnership helped the team go all the way from Korean Contenders champions to Overwatch League Grand Finals runner-ups. 

After the sudden collapse and re-build of the Titans, paJion unfortunately had to leave the team. But he has now made his way to Hangzhou in hopes of rekindling his recent successes.

With new, high caliber additions like paJion and Architect, the Spark look poised to turn their season around.


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[…] does not present the Spark with a clean slate necessarily, but this is a new team in a sense. With the addition of storied coach Jisub “paJion” Hwang, the team now has more character in its front […]

Spark Part Ways With Head Coach Mask, Team Announces Assistant Coach paJion As Replacement July 31, 2020 at 9:25 am

[…] Hangzhou Spark announced the departure of Head Coach Lee “Mask” Mu-ho and promotion of assistant coach Hwang “paJion” Ji-Sub. The team announced the change on Twitter following plenty of sub-par performances from the team […]


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