We thank @Noxiousow for his time as the head coach for the team, as of now he will be stepping down to become a regular coach!— Sydney Drop Bears (@Dropbearsgg) March 27, 2019
Another big announcement is coming in 30 minutes 🤫#OverwatchContenders #FearTheBear pic.twitter.com/Vj1mmrxYWw
This announcement follows the Drop Bears streak of 22 straight wins coming to an end.
Among the additions are Spilo and Temporal . Spilo joins the Drop Bears in the head coaching position after coaching Chicken Contendies Chicken Contendies Contenders NA Rank # . He will be replacing Noxious , who was the team's previous head coach. Noxious will be moving to a regular coaching role within the team. As for Temporal, he has no previous coaching history in Contenders.
As noted before, the Drop Bears have historically been one of Australia's most dominant teams, not losing a single match since Contenders 2018 Season 1 against Masterminds GC Masterminds GC Inactive . Blank Esports Blank Esports Inactive was the team to hand them their first loss since then.
The Drop Bears are pitted against the Melbourne Mavericks Melbourne Mavericks Contenders AU Rank # in week six of the Contenders regular season. They are currently in third place behind ORDER ORDER Contenders AU Rank # and Blank Esports Blank Esports Inactive respectively with a 4-1 win-loss record.
- Huseyin "Hus" Sahin (DPS)
- Felix "ckm" Murray (DPS)
- Byron "billa" Heggie (DPS)
- Marin "Shoyo" Tomicic (Off-tank)
- Teetawat "Teetawat" Teerayosyotin (Tank)
- Dario "Akraken" Falcao-Rassokha (Flex Support)
- Lachlan "Bertlog" Main (Support)
And their staff are: