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Overwatch League Toronto Defiant: composition, roster, logo

Overwatch League Toronto Defiant: composition, roster, logo
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Toronto Defiant 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 Toronto Defiant: composition, roster, logo

While the San Francisco Shock won the second season of the Overwatch League, we invite you to discover the Toronto Defiant roster, one of two Canadian teams this season.

Current team

Andreas "Logix" Berghmans

Belgian

DPS

Tracer, Soldat 76, Widowmaker, McCree

Liam "Mangachu" Campbell

Canadian

DPS

Pharah, Junkrat, Torbjörn, Hanzo, Genji

Brady "Agilities" Girardi

Canadian

DPS

Genji, Pharah, Doomfist, Junkrat, Mei

Lane "Surefour" Roberts

Canadian

DPS

Widowmaker, McCree, Hanzo, Tracer, Reaper

Joo-seong "RoKy" Park

Korean

Support

Lucio, Mercy

Young-seo "KariV" Park

Korean

Support (+DPS)

Zenyatta, Ana, Widowmaker, Soldat 76

Kristian "Kellex" Keller

Danish

Support

Lucio, Mercy

Adam "Beast" Denton

American

Tank

Winston, Wrecking Ball, Reinhardt, Orisa

Andreas "Nevix" Karlsson

Swedish

Tank

Roadhog, D.Va

History

The appearance of the franchise is announced on September 7, 2018. This is the property of OverActive Media. On the other hand, it is the Splyce structure that manages the entire operational part. The roster certainly starts in the exercise, but has acquired a very important member of its staff: the coach of the winning team of the inaugural season (London Spitfire), Bishop.

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Standing

Season 2

Despite a great Stage 1 — where the team finished 3rd — Toronto never managed to come back as high as it had been. With all the changes that have been made, we can only believe that they will make a good performance in Season 3!

Team's skins

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Official jerseys

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