Kellex has played in every match for the Defiant this season as the team's starting main support. Despite that, the Defiant have one other main support on their roster: RoKy . He has spent much of the season playing with the Defiant's academy team, the Montreal Rebllion, as a two-way player. The Defiant dropped the Rebellion last month.
Kellex began his career with the all-Danish Fragsters in late 2016 before joining Team Singularity in March. He competed with Denmark's 2017 World Cup team and joined the Boston Uprising prior to the start of the first Overwatch League season.
He played with the Uprising for two years and ended up the last player from the Uprising's original roster to leave the team. He played during their 10-0 stage in the 2018 season as well as during their floundering 2019 season.
Kellex left the Uprising after the 2019 season and joined the Toronto Defiant over the offseason. He played in nine games for the Defiant in which they went 4-5.
He was 38-37 in the regular season over the course of his Overwatch League career.
The Defiant now have eight players on their roster.
- Andreas "Logix" Berghmans (DPS)
- Liam "Mangachu" Campbell (DPS)
- Brady "Agilities" Girardi (DPS)
- Lane "Surefour" Roberts (DPS)
- Andreas "Nevix" Karlsson (Off-tank)
- Adam "Beast" Denton (Tank)
- Park "KariV" Young-seo (박영서) (Flex Support)
- Park "RoKy" Joo-seong (박주성) (Support)
Their coaches are: