Today, the Philadelphia Fusion announced that they have parted ways with Josh “Eqo” Corona.
Today we say goodbye to @eqo.
As a member of our team for the past two seasons, we cannot thank him enough for his hard work, dedication, and in-game leadership.
We wish you the best in your future career. You'll always be a part of the Fusion family. 🧡 pic.twitter.com/gB8UbPMkBd
— Philadelphia Fusion (@Fusion) October 22, 2019
For the past two years, Eqo has been a prominent member of the Philadelphia Fusion. Although he joined the team late due to visa issues, he quickly became one of the Fusion’s shining stars. An incredibly talented DPS player, his Pharah gameplay was one of the highlights of the Fusion’s inaugural season. Alongside Jae-hyeok “Carpe” Lee, the DPS duo became unstoppable. Fans did not get to see Eqo shine as much this season due to the constraints of GOATS. However, even with the meta shift, the Fusion continued to struggle for various reasons. Eqo has proven himself to be a talented player and a strong leader, and any team would be lucky to have him on their roster.
As of now, the Fusion have not announced his replacement, nor has there been any news indicating where Eqo might end up.
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