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Overwatch League London Spitfire: composition, roster, logo

Overwatch League London Spitfire: composition, roster, logo
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London Spitfire is one of the twenty teams competing in Season 2 of the Overwatch League. Find the list of players, their history and all the information about the franchise.

Overwatch League London Spitfire: composition, roster, logo

London Spitfire is a team that has managed to make a name for themselves right from the start of the first season of the Overwatch League. The favorites didn't disappoint their fans and won the first stage without any problems.

In Stage 2 Playoffs, they were beaten by Philadelphia Fusion. After that, during the two final stages, London Spitfire had difficulties but managed to qualify for the Playoffs: that's when they made an incredible comeback and won 2018 Overwatch League season.

After that, Season 2 proved to be more difficult. They started Season 3 with a brand new roster, only Krillin didn't move.

Current team

Yung-hoon "Krillin" Jung

Korean

Support

Zenyatta, Ana, Moira

Shin "BERNAR" Se-won

Korean

Tank

D.Va, Zarya, Roadhog, Sigma

Kim "Fuze" Tae-hoon

Korean

Support

Lucio, Ana, Mercy

Lim "Glister" Gil-seong

Korean

DPS

Doomfist, Widowmaker, Hanzo, Reaper

Lee "Schwi" Dong-Jae

Korean

DPS

Genji, Pharah, Junkrat

Choi "JMAC" Dae Han

Korean

Tank

Reinhardt, Winston, Orisa

Lee "Highly" Sung-hyeok

Korean

Support

Zenyatta, Ana

Lim "SanGuiNar" Kyu-min

Korean

Support

Lucio, Mercy, Baptiste

Park "Babel" Sang-jun

Korean

DPS

Widowmaker, McCree

Jung "ALTOUGH" Hyun-wook

Korean

DPS

Doomfist, Pharah, Hanzo

Kim Ji-hun

Korean

Tank

Wrecking Ball, Orisa

Cho Gun-hee

Korean

Tank

D.Va, Zarya

History

London Spitfire is one of three 100% Korean teams in the inaugural season of the Overwatch League. Announced on November 1, 2017, the franchise is owned by the Cloud9 structure and is the first team to win a Stage by defeating the New York Excelsior 3-2 in the final.

The name and logo refer to the Super-marine Spitfire, a famous British fighter plane used by the Royal Air Force during the Battle of Britain during the Second World War. Light blue is none other than the color of the parent company, Cloud9, and the orange tone is a nod to British heroin in Overwatch, Tracer.

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Announcement trailer

Standing

Season 2

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Season 1

  • 1st

Team's skins

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Official jerseys

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