With Overwatch Contenders 2018 Season 1 in the books, EnVision eSports will be losing analyst Elbion going forward as he looks for other opportunities in upcoming seasons of competitive Overwatch.
LFT NA Contenders/OWL season two in any analyst or coaching position. Resume and examples of my past work can be provided upon request.— Joshua 'Elbion' Tuffs (@ElbionTosscoble) May 20, 2018
Extremely motivated, and have time to dedicate.
My farewell to @ggenvision: https://t.co/d7Bh5rWAOW
EnVision has had a multitude of successes in 2018, beginning with their second place finish at BEAT Invitational Season 3 behind Fusion University, and their more recent accomplishments being written at the North American Contenders LAN held in Poland. There they finished 3rd/4th, falling to Toronto Esports in the semifinals.
Elbion wrote a brief farewell message on Medium saying:
After six months with EnVision esports the org and I have decided to part ways. I loved the boys there, and I’ve never taken as much pride in my work as I did with that team. I had an incredible time, and I don’t regret a thing.
I learned more about Overwatch and how I evaluate the game every month with the team than I had in the last year of watching tournament vods. Seriously, overhead vods are far better. OWL please give us overhead vods.
Learned more about myself and my limits. Working 40+ hour weeks on top of being a full time student, and had excellent mentoring from Chu, the assistant coach.
But it’s time for bigger and better things. I have nothing to announce now, but know that I have a few plans in the works. I’m not leaving Overwatch, just moving elsewhere. Hope to see you there!
EnVision's next appearance will be at the BEAT Invitational, which will take place on May 28 and May 29.