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Overwatch League Houston Outlaws: composition, roster, logo

Overwatch League Houston Outlaws: composition, roster, logo
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Houston Outlaws is one of the twenty teams competing in Season 3 of the Overwatch League. Find the list of players, their history and all the information about the franchise.

Overwatch League Houston Outlaws: composition, roster, logo

Here's everything you need to know about the Houston Outlaws franchise.

Current team

Jiri "LiNkzr" Masalin

Finnish

DPS

Widowmaker, McCree, Genji, Mei, Hanzo

Austin "Muma" Wilmot

American

Tank

Reinhardt, Winston, Orisa, Symmetra, Wrecking Ball

Daniel "Boink" Pence

American

Support

Lucio

Dante "Danteh" Cruz

American

DPS

Tracer, Sombra, Genji, Junkrat

Alexandre "SPREE" Vanhomwegen

Belgian

Flex

Zarya, D.Va, Soldier 76

Shane "Rawkus" Flaherty

American

Support

Ana, Zenyatta, Sombra

João Pedro "Hydration" Goes Telles

American/Brazilian

DPS & Tank

Pharah, Doomfist, Junkrat, Wrecking Ball, Orisa

Jeffrey "Blasé" Tsang

American

DPS

Doomfist, Junkrat, Pharah, Genji, Roadhog

Kim "Rapel" Jun-keun

Korean

Support

Zenyatta, Ana, Moira, Baptiste

Kim "MekO" Tae-hong

Korean

Tank

D.Va, Sigma, Roadhog, Zarya

Lee "Jecse" Seung-soo

Korean

Support

Lucio, Mercy, Ana

History

Houston Outlaws, the franchise owned by the famous OpTic Gaming structure, was announced on October 31, 2017 along with their line-up featuring players from different teams such as FNRGFE, Team Gigantti, Cloud 9 and FaZe Clan. The team logo is a direct reference to Texas, with the two skull-shaped colts for cowboy cultivation and the star to represent the team's pride in being part of the "Lone Star State". The colours are a reminder of those of the parent team, OpTic Gaming.

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  • 7th

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