Bilibili Gaming (abbreviated as BLG) is owned by Chinese streaming platform and namesake Bilibili, and also operates a team in League of Legends. This will be BLG's first entrance into Overwatch.
Great to announced the BLG.Overwatch as Spark's Academy Team. The newly established division will take part in China Overwatch Contenders and aim for gold!— Hangzhou Spark (@HangzhouSpark) March 14, 2019
Here are the roster
over, Mika, and Coldest all previously came from Flag Gaming Flag Gaming Inactive . Since Flag's inception, the team placed in the top four in Season 2 and second in Season 3 of Contenders China 2018. The three players were paramount to Flag's success in Contenders.
Zijin and Yakumo were both on Team CC Team CC Contenders KR Rank #6 ever since its inception in 2017. They have achieved many great results while on the team, including finishing in the playoffs for all three seasons of Contenders China 2018. They were announced to have left Team CC for greener pastures a couple of days earlier.
Winter (formerly known as Beicheng or Alan) was from Never Lose Weight Never Lose Weight Inactive , which was the sister team to Flag Gaming. The team won the first season of Open Division 2019: China, and played in Season 1 of Contenders Trials 2019: China, where they ended up in fifth place. He also briefly played for Moss Seven Club Moss Seven Club Inactive during Contenders 2018 Season 1: China.
Shy has been a known force throughout the Chinese scene. Originally on the flex support role, he joined LGD Gaming LGD Gaming Inactive in 2016 and was with the team when they played in the Overwatch Premier Series. Most notably, LGD finished second in the Spring Season. After Contenders began, Shy underwent a role swap to DPS and continued bringing success for LGD. The team once again finished second in both the first and second seasons of Contenders China. Shy also played for two iterations of the Chinese World Cup roster: in 2017 when he played flex support, and also in 2018 when he played DPS.