The Boston Uprising Boston Uprising OWL Rank #5 NotE Lucas Meissner off tank AimGod Min-seok Kwon flex support Striker Kwon Nam-joo (권남주) dps blasé Jeffrey Tsang dps Colourhex Kelsey Birse dps Gamsu Noh Yeong-jin (노영진) tank Kellex Kristian Keller support have announced the addition of Fusions as a two-way player. Additionally, the organization has announced the additions of ioStux and Axel to the coaching staff of their academy team, Toronto Esports Toronto Esports Inactive crakinlakin Hasan Alfardi off tank nero Charlie Zwarg dps Asking William Vetter dps Fusions Cameron Bosworth tank Shu Kim Jin-seo support Dino Hunter Traupe support Swimmer Gabriel Levy support .

Fusions will be a two-way player for the Uprising, meaning he will be eligible to compete for the Uprising's academy team. According to a tweet from Uprising President of Gaming HuK, Fusions will begin the season on Toronto Esports and will be moved up based on his development.

The new Uprising main tank previously played for the United Kingdom's World Cup team and for the British Hurricane, the academy team of the London Spitfire. The Hurricane announced the release of Fusions and FunnyAstro earlier today.

Toronto Esports will be welcoming a new coaching staff alongside its new main tank. ioStux will be the team's head coach while Axel will be their assistant coach. ioStux was previously a member of XL2's coaching staff. Axel coached a League of Legends team prior to entering Overwatch.

The Uprising are now up to nine players, only one of which is a two-way player. Toronto Esports now has seven players officially on the team's roster.

The Uprising begin their Overwatch League season February 14. Toronto Esports begin play later this month in Contenders Season 3.