The Guangzhou Charge Guangzhou Charge OWL Rank #11 have parted ways with flex support player wya and DPS Krystal . Both of them were two-way players for the Charge and their academy team, Ultra Prime Academy Ultra Prime Academy Contenders CN Rank #3 .
wya was with the Charge since the 2019 offseason after he was promoted from the then academy team, T1w.GZA. He was unable to play with them earlier this year however due to visa issues and the coronavirus pandemic preventing him from joining the team in South Korea. He was later moved as a two-way player with Ultra Prime Academy, their new academy team then known as Ignition One, in July.
Krystal did not play any matches with the Charge during his tenure. Image credit: Robert Paul for Blizzard Entertainment.
Krystal joined the Charge as a two-way player two days later. He came over after being removed by the Hangzhou Spark, who accused him of personal conduct violations and a breach of contract. The Charge said they chose to sign him because they felt he was genuine about playing again, and would not be involved with his legal dispute with the Spark.
The two did not play any matches with the Charge this season, and played a few matches with the academy team in Contenders China.
The Charge this season won the Summer Showdown in Asia and finished fourth in the Asia playoffs. They currently have six players on their roster.