The Vancouver Titans didn’t have one of the best 2021 Overwatch League season, ending the 12 months with a 1-15 document and only a few servings of breadsticks. Earlier than 2022 kicks off, the Titans group is investing in new expertise and a few acquainted faces.
Vancouver introduced its five-player 2022 roster at this time, giving followers a primary have a look at its revitalized lineup. The group dropped each 2021 participant earlier within the Overwatch League offseason.
Former Vancouver phenom Niclas “sHockWave” Jensen will probably be returning to the staff in 2022 after spending a 12 months with the Philadelphia Fusion. SHockWave was part of the Titans’ Contenders pickups in 2020 when the group’s all-Korean roster was ousted.
He’ll be joined by hitscan Luka “Aspire” Rolovic from the Toronto Defiant, who turned heads final season as a last-minute clutch participant for the league’s different Canadian staff. Initially signed to the Defiant as a 30-day pickup, he ended up turning into a everlasting signing till he was launched by Toronto earlier within the offseason.
Veteran principal help and former Atlanta Reign standout Petja “Masaa” Kantanen will probably be becoming a member of the Titans alongside flex help Park “Aztac” Jeong-su, one other former Toronto Defiant participant.
Nick “False” Wiseman, a Canadian off-tank participant identified for his work within the North American Overwatch Contenders scene, will head up Vancouver’s tank line. He performed for groups like American Twister and was most not too long ago part of Maryville Esports and Bobby Wasabi.
For now, False would be the solely tank enjoying for the Titans except the staff indicators a principal tank. Vancouver’s five-man roster isn’t everlasting, nevertheless: The staff must have 5 gamers signed by Jan. 3, 2022 and can want six gamers by March 1, in keeping with the league’s roster building guidelines.