Their releases mean the team has no main support currently on their roster for the 2021 season. They'll need to sign a new main support player before then.
[Offical] Today we say goodbye to neptuNo and Chara. Thank you both for being great leaders in and outside the game, and we wish you all the best in the future pic.twitter.com/sS9MNyC1ue— GuangzhouCharge (@GZCharge) October 16, 2020
neptuNo started for the Charge for much of the early stages of the season before he was forced to take a leave of absence to return to Spain and renew his visa. Chara assumed starting duties following neptuNo's leave and stayed in the role for the remainder of the season.
The two players were members of a 2020 Charge team that soared to a second-place regular season finish in the APAC region. Still, the team disappointed in the playoffs and were double-eliminated in their first two matches.
The Charge now have eight players remaining on their roster, none of which are main supports. They have two flex support players: Shu and wya.
They released the Korean members of their coaching staff earlier this offseason. creed is the team's only remaining coach.
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