Los Angeles Gladiators
USA
Released from contract
August 31, 2018
The Los Angeles Gladiators announced on Twitter that the team would be releaseing iRemiix, Asher and Silkthread.
ANALYSIS
Silkthread joined the Gladiators towards the end of the season and made minimal impact, playing in niche roles behind the starting DPS. Silkthread will likely be able to find a roster spot on an OWL team before the season begins.
Released by Gladiators
August 31, 2018
The Los Angeles Gladiators announced via Twitter that the team has released iRemiix, Asher and Silkthread.
ANALYSIS
iReMiix started the season as the Gladiators primary main tank, before the team brought in Fissure, who was recently traded away to the Seoul Dynasty, after Stage 1 of the season. With both main tanks gone from the roster, there should be some concern for the Los Angeles Gladiators plans for Season 2.
Released
August 31, 2018
The Los Angeles Gladiators announced on Twitter that the team would be releaseing iRemiix, Asher and Silkthread.
ANALYSIS
Asher, who was the Tracer specialist for the Gladiators throughout most of the season, fell out of favor due to his limited hero pool and the decreased prevalence of Tracer in the meta. He should be able to find a bench spot on one of the expansion teams or spend some time in the Korean Contenders League.
Traded to Seoul Dynasty
August 21, 2018
Fissure has been transferred to the Seoul Dynasty, reports Jacob Wolf of ESPN Esports.
ANALYSIS
After a tumultuous end to the regular season in which he didn't play during the last week or the playoffs, Fissure has been traded to the Seoul Dynasty. The move is one that Rod "Slasher" Breslau had previously reported as being a likely outcome back in July. With Seoul having struggled throughout Stage 4, especially at the tank position, this will be a major upgrade. Whether it ends up being enough to actually reverse the team's fortune remains to be seen.
Roasted by Birdring
July 18, 2018
Surefour was completely embarrassed by birdring in the Los Angeles Gladiator's 3-0 loss to the London Spitfire.
ANALYSIS
Despite some good play in the first match of the series, Surefour's number was had by Birdring in the final match of the series. No matter where Surefour appeared on the map, birdring's rifle found his head. Lijiang Tower in particular was brutal for Surefour as he spent most of his time missing shots on birdring or walking back from respawn.
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