Chow “Undead” Fang left for dead
The Shanghai Dragons have without comment released one of their star players Chow “Undead” Fang.
If things couldn’t get any worse for Shanghai they just did. The Shanghai Dragons is the only team in the Overwatch League that has yet to win a game. With twenty straight losses it would take a miracle for this team to turn their fortunes around. In most of the games, in which they have come close to winning, Undead was their only shining light. Now with Undead gone, their hopes of winning a game sooner rather than later have vanished. Even though they play a demoralised Dallas Fuel first up in Stage 3, there chances of a win remain low.
Undead returned to China earlier this month for “personal reasons”. It is rumoured that his personal relationship with many women may have influenced his recent departure from the Shanghai Dragons.
“Roster change: Today Shanghai Dragons announce the release of Chow “Undead” Fang with the approval of Overwatch League Office” announced on Twitter. “Shanghai Dragons are grateful for the contributions Undead has made this season and wish him all the best in his future”
The Shanghai Dragons have also only recently released their coach Chan “4U” Cheung. He was criticised for implementing a harsh training regime, often forcing the team to practice over 12 hours a day. On a positive note, the Dragons made headlines for drafting the first female player, Kim ‘Geguri’ Se-yeon. She will play her first game for the Dragons at the start of Stage 3 after overcoming visa processing delays.
Let’s hope that with the coming of new players into the Shanghai team, their culture and team fortune will turn for the better. It may not happen overnight, but it will happen.