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London Spitfire Sign Flex DPS blasé for 2021 Season

London Spitfire Sign blasé

Just a day after Christmas, the London Spitfire made another move in their rebuilding effort. On Saturday December 26, the London Spitfire welcomed Jeffrey “blasé” Tsang to the 2021 roster. This marks the first DPS to join the newly all-western London Spitfire team.

Blasé enters his third year in the league with his third different team. Starting with the Boston Uprising in 2019, blasé joined the Houston Outlaws for 2020. Both seasons blasé had performed admirably despite several different hurdles that came his way. On Boston, blasé had to transition from almost an entire season on Brigitte, to playing DPS for two weeks, and finally having to off-role onto Roadhog to close out the year.

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While on Houston, blasé was one of four DPS players fighting for a playing spot. He started the year once again on an uncomfortable hero in McCree and faced an abundance of backlash. In the few moments he wasn’t playing hit-scan however, he displayed his OWL-level talent on other projectile heroes.

Now on the Spitfire, blasé has plenty left to prove to the viewers of the Overwatch League. Blasé was a bit of a surprise signing, as many expected to see London sign the entirety of its Contenders team, the British Hurricane. If the rumors hold true however, blasé will have a chance to play with former Boston Uprising teammate Kristian “Kellex” Keller once more.

Keep an eye out for more London Spitfire announcements, as they need to have a roster of at least seven players before January 4.


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