5 Amazing Free Agents Not in Overwatch League

The Overwatch League cannot sign every talented player that is out there; there's just not enough space in the league. Teams were able to sign new players to their rosters, but there is still a large pool of talented players who still have no team. Here is a list of five players who are still looking for a team.

5. Randal "Roolf" Stark

Roolf had played in many Overwatch tournaments, including the 2017 Overwatch World Cup for Team Canada. Prior to that, he was a part of Cloud9 before its eventual disbandment. Roolf has been looking for an Overwatch League team since before the start of the league, and his talented plays on heroes like Zenyatta and Ana would be wasted if he isn't signed to one soon.

4. Jeff "emongg" Anderson

Emongg is a former professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player, who made the switch to Overwatch. Although many people may know him for his Overwatch streams on Twitch, he is a talented tank player who can flex onto heroes like Soldier: 76 just as comfortably.

3. Ma "Lateyoung" Tianbi

Lateyoung was a part of Chinese Overwatch team Miraculous Youngster. The team was able to hold their ground and even secure wins while playing against teams like Lunatic-Hai, which is now known as the Seoul Dynasty. Lateyoung is an incredible tank player who shines on Zarya.

2. Robert "shadder2k" Mocanu

Among all of the best DPS players in the world is shadder2k. He's garnered attention for his high-level Genji plays, and is able to play other offense heroes with just as much ease. Shadder2k is currently looking for either a spot in Overwatch Contenders or the Overwatch League.

1. Liam "Mangachu" Campbell

Mangachu is a player who has plenty of experience in tournaments, including the Overwatch World Cup, he played for Team Canada, which finished in second place. He is exceptional at projectile heroes, but can flex onto offtank heroes and other DPS heroes if needed.

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