None of the newly acquired players have played more than one season of Contenders. Clestyn played with Kongdoo Panthera during Contenders 2018 Season 3: Korea, where they fell to RunAway in the quarterfinals. After rebranding to Griffin, Clestyn and his team have failed to make it out of Contenders Trials in 2019.
Jihun played with Bubble Burster Gaming in the last season of Contenders China, also falling in the quarterfinals.
The two newly acquired DPS players, on the other hand, lack Contenders experience. Babel played with BM Hawk, and qualified for Trials Korea two times in 2019. However, both times the team have failed to make it into Contenders, finishing in sixth place twice in Trials. Babel and BM Hawk have made multiple appearances in ZOTAC Cup tournaments throughout 2019 and even clinched first place three times.
Although last played for Gen.S and KPG, the former of which is one of several academy teams of Gen.G Esports, an academy team itself of the Seoul Dynasty. He has been a regular fixture of the Overwatch Korea Cup, having played in it since its inception in June.
The Spitfire's roster is now finalized after a turbulent offseason for the team. London bid farewell to five players, including birdring, NUS and bdosin. In October, the team saw Profit and Gesture heading to the Seoul Dynasty and Fury traded to the Philadelphia Fusion.
London has now reached 12 players on their roster, the League maximum.
The Spitfire will play the New York Excelsior in their first match of the 2020 season at the latter's homestand event.
- Lee "Schwi" Dong-jae (이동재) (DPS)
- Lim "Glister" Gil-seong (임길성) (DPS)
- Park "Babel" Sang-jun (DPS)
- "Although" (DPS)
- Shin "BERNAR" Se-won (신세원) (Off-tank)
- Cho "Clestyn" Gun-hee (Off-tank)
- Choi "JMac" Dae-han (최대한) (Tank)
- Kim "Jihun" Ji-hun (Tank)
- Jeong "Krillin" Young-hoon (Flex support)
- Lee "Highly" Sung-hyeok (이성혁) (Flex support)
- Kim "Fuze" Tae-hoon (김태훈) (Support)
- "SanGuiNar" (Support)
Their coaching staff is: