It's hard to say goodbye to family. @snillo_ow has been a part of Fusion since the very beginning, but we're excited to see where he goes next in his career!— Philadelphia Fusion (@Fusion) December 19, 2019
Thank you for giving us two great seasons, and many great memories together, Snillo! pic.twitter.com/YZZvdWLT1Y
snillo was a member of the Fusion's original roster when the team first announced their players in 2017. At the time, he was too young to compete and thus didn't make it into a match until after his 18th birthday in March of 2018.
Following the 2018 season, snillo became a two-way player and began competing for Fusion University, the academy team of the Fusion.
As a two-way player, snillo's playtime with the Overwatch League roster was limited. He played in just one match for the Fusion in the 2019 season.
snillo became a free agent at the start of the offseason. He was not included on the roster when the team officially announced their players in late October.
Fusion staff did not clarify questions regarding snillo's status with their academy team at the time of publishing.