Los Angeles Gladiators provides legendary Outlaw to its 2023 lineup

This Overwatch League offseason has been a precarious one for a lot of veteran gamers as groups dismantle rosters and purchase new expertise, hoping for a extra profitable future. Rookies will likely be a key a part of the league’s sixth season, however some longtime gamers received’t be giving up their thrones any time quickly. 

The Los Angeles Gladiators introduced as we speak the addition of veteran participant Dante “Danteh” Cruz within the tank place. He’s one of many few remaining Overwatch League gamers to have participated in all 5 seasons and is a perpetual fan favourite. 

Danteh beforehand performed for the Houston Outlaws for 4 seasons and was usually thought-about a pillar of the workforce. He began his Overwatch League profession on the San Francisco Shock however was traded earlier than the second season started. 

Throughout most of his aggressive profession, Danteh had been a DPS participant, identified for his Tracer play and his flexibility to choose up new heroes as crucial for brand spanking new metas. With the introduction of Overwatch 2 final 12 months, Danteh flexed into the tank function, first choosing up Doomfist—previously a harm hero within the base sport—to assist the Outlaws. As the season progressed, he added extra tank heroes to his repertoire and ended up as Houston’s de facto tank participant. 

The Gladiators have picked Danteh up as a tank participant, that means he’s possible totally converted to the Overwatch 2 tank way of life. 

Los Angeles beforehand confirmed that solely harm vendor Kevin “Kevster” Persson and veteran help Daniel “FunnyAstro” Hathaway could be retained from the 2022 roster. The workforce acquired one other former Outlaw in help participant Mun “Lastro” Jung-won final month.

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