Boston Uprising
USA
Released from Uprising
September 3, 2018
Mistakes has been released from the Boston Uprising, the team announced Sunday.
ANALYSIS
While Mistakes played second fiddle to Striker throughout the first season of the OWL, he still managed to hold his own on a regular basis. Despite his relative success, the team has decided to move on from the DPS player going into Season 2. Given that his play only got stronger as the season progressed, you can be sure that he won't be without a team come the start of the next season.
Released by the Boston Uprising
August 31, 2018
The Boston Uprising announced via press release on August 31st that, effective immediately, the team was releasing Snow, Avast and Kalios.
ANALYSIS
Kalios was the best of the bunch released from Boston. He split some time with off-tank Note in the middle and the end of the season, with mixed results. Its likely that Kalios will find a spot on an Overwatch League roster where he will get a second shot to prove he belongs.
Released by Boston
August 31, 2018
The Boston Uprising announced via press release that the team would be releasing Snow, Avast and Kalios.
ANALYSIS
Snow, who was part of the original roster for the Uprising was a continual bench rider. He saw limited action throughout the season and will likely end up in the Contenders League for the upcoming season unless he can find a bench spot on another OWL squad.
Released from Uprising
August 31, 2018
The Boston Uprising announced via press release that the team would be releasing Avast, Kalios and Snow.
ANALYSIS
Avast, who joined the Uprising in November of 2017, did not see much action during the season and is primarily being removed for roster space. His popularity could land him with one of the expansion teams or back in the Contenders League.
Streches himself thin
July 14, 2018
Kellex gets easily picked off in a double series loss to the Philadelphia Fusion, winning the first series 3-1 and losing the second series 3-1.
ANALYSIS
Boston's support problem that has plagued them this series only continued in their final playoff series. Key support player, Kellex, simply struggled to stay alive for a variety of reasons. While he would do well in the first series, thanks to Boston's DPS slaying out, he utterly fell apart in the second series. In the second series, Boston attempted to run a triple-DPS composition in order to counter the Fusion's aggression. However, this left Kellex as the team's only healer on maps like Hanamura and Eichenwalde. He would have to fly around the map in order to keep his teammates up, but this also left him heavily exposed. As a result, the Fusion was able to easily pick off Kellex early in teamfights, leaving Boston without a healer.
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