Overwatch team Paris Eternal released four players - George "ShaDowBurn" Gushcha, Finnbjörn "Finnsi" Jónasson, Karol "Danye" Szcześniak and Roni "LhCloudy" Tiihonen - in the days before the announcements of the new signings.
Today we say goodbye to @FinnsiOW, @danye_ow, @LhCloudy, and @SDBurnOW. Their contributions to the first season of the Paris Eternal will forever be appreciated, and we wish them all the best going forward. pic.twitter.com/uAcdmeglLY— Paris Eternal (@ParisEternal) October 23, 2019
The additions are primarily from Overwatch Contenders team Element Mystic. Both Han-been "Hanbin" Choi and Ki-hyo "Xzi" Jung were announced by Paris Eternal as a new tank and DPS respectively.
Yeong-han "Sp9rk1e" Kim is the most notable player to be signed by the the team. One of the most desirable prospects many had tipped for greatness following the conclusion of the Contenders season, Paris Eternal was an unexpected destination for the 17-year-old DPS star.
Multiple new coaching staff have been brought in to Paris Eternal. Also hailing from Element Mystic is Hee-won "Rush" Yun, while Jaeyoon "Aid" Go and Chung-Hyeok "Levi" Jeong will complete the trio of new coaches.
Bonjour !— Aid (@Aid_OW) October 24, 2019
I'm joining @ParisEternal as a coach.
I have retired from being a player now
I'm very happy and excited to begin my new journey.
I learned many valuable lessons during my pro carrier and use all those to my coaching skills.
Thank you very much ! #FiatLux https://t.co/tK0HyW67CZ
The 2020 Overwatch League will see the twenty teams split across four Divisions, with each team hosting homestand games throughout the season in their namesake cities. Paris Eternal are in the Atlantic Conference's North Division alongside Boston Uprising, London Spitfire, New York Excelsior and Toronto Defiant.