We are pleased to announce that 7 of our players will be staying in Spark for #OWL2020. They are @bebezzangv, @Ria_970922, @Hojin_idk, @Guxue5, @GodsB_OW, @ow_adora and @sasin_ow. All of Spark and our Hangzhou fans around the world are ready to see you again next season! #bangpic.twitter.com/zJPcwiST6N— Hangzhou Spark (@Hangzhou_Spark) October 29, 2019
Following a successful 2019 with fourth place finishes in the Regular Season and Playoffs, Overwatch League team Hangzhou Spark have managed to retain the following seven players from their 2019 squad:
- Jaehwan "Adora" Kang
- Kyeong-bo "GodsB" Kim
- Ho-jin "iDK" Park
- Seong-Wook "Ria" Park
- Xu "guxue" Qiulin
- Sang-hyeon "SASIN" Song
- Hui-chang "BeBe" Yoon
Support player Hyeong-Geun "Revenge" An Tweeted last week to say that while he is still with the team, he is open to offers from other teams for the future.
LFT OWL— Revenge (@Ow_Revenge) October 24, 2019
I am still with Hangzhou Spark, but I am allowed to look for other options.
contact : dircord - Revenge#4160
Jun-Ki "Bazzi" Park and Da-un "NoSmite" Jeong, two-way players under Hangzhou Spark who also play for Bilibili Gaming, are also open to offers.
There have been no additions or departures for Hangzhou Spark so far this off-season, so fans will be relieved to finally have news about the squad for the near future.
Hangzhou Spark will be hosting homestand games like all OWL teams in 2020, with the first scheduled game against the Los Angeles Gladiators at their venue on 29th February.
Their first match of the season will be hosted by and against Seoul Dynasty on 15th February before a second game on the 16th against Chengdu Hunters.