The Los Angeles Gladiators have rounded out their support line up with the signing of main support player Daniel “FunnyAstro” Hathaway. He will be accompanied by returning flex support players Jin-seo “Shu” Kim and Min-seok “skewed” Kim. This marks the first new player joining the L.A. squad for the 2022 season and it is definitely a major move.
The final piece of our support line is ready to do some damage ⚕️⚔️
— Los Angeles Gladiators (@LAGladiators) October 21, 2021
Though he missed significant time on the Philadelphia Fusion last season due to Visa complications, FunnyAstro still remains as one of the strongest main supports in the league. Most crucially, he is proficient at both Lucio and Brigitte which can allow the Gladiators to run a more consistent support line that can transition to Rush or Dive depending on what is needed in an instant.
The Gladiators, at time of writing, are still missing a tank player if Indy “SPACE” Halpern doesn’t re-sign, a DPS player to compliment Kevin “kevster” Persson and now a head coach with the departure of David “dpei” Pei. Despite this, the organization is still looking to contend for the title by shelling out for big name talent and it will be interesting to see how the roster will look once completed.
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