Today we say goodbye to @eqo.— Philadelphia Fusion (@Fusion) October 22, 2019
As a member of our team for the past two seasons, we cannot thank him enough for his hard work, dedication, and in-game leadership.
We wish you the best in your future career. You'll always be a part of the Fusion family. 🧡 pic.twitter.com/gB8UbPMkBd
EQO was a member of the Fusion's original roster when the team first entered the Overwatch League in its inaugural season. He quickly became a starter after sitting out the beginning of the season and was a part of a formidable DPS duo alongside Carpe. The DPS duo led the Fusion to a runner-up finish in 2018.
Despite their grand final appearance in the 2018 season, the Fusion were unable to get any momentum going in the 2019 season. Their 15-13 record was enough to end up in the postseason play-in tournament, but they failed to make it past the first round.
EQO played in every match for the Fusion during the 2019 season. With Carpe also on the free agent market, the Fusion may enter the 2020 season without the DPS players that have been permanent fixtures in their lineup.
The Fusion still have two other players whose team options are still publicly pending. Those players are DPS Kyb, who the Fusion traded for late in the season, and support Elk, who was a two-way player for the Fusion this season.