Ophelie Castelot
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Overwatch League: Boston Uprising Releases Jerry

Overwatch player Tae-hee "Jerry” Min is pictured in his Boston Uprising jersey with the words Thank You Jerry next to him and the Boston skyline in the background
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The Boston Uprising is parting ways with Tae-hee "Jerry” Min.


The Overwatch League 2020 season was a rough one for the Boston Uprising. The team only scored two wins in 21 games and ended up last in the Overwatch League 2020 Regular Season. As the Boston Uprising already renewed most of its players’ contracts for the 2021 season, the team is now saying goodbye to flex player Tae-hee "Jerry” Min.

Jerry has been with the Boston Uprising for a year. Prior to his Overwatch League experience, he was part of X6-Gaming and Meta Athena, two successful Contenders teams. The South Korean proved his ability to switch from off-tank to DPS, including hitscan heroes.

Even if Jerry is leaving, just as Kobe "Halo" Hamand and Michael "mikeyy" Konicki did, the team can still count on four players. The Boston Uprising confirmed that Cameron "Fusions" Bosworth, Leyton "Punk" Gilchrist, Kelsey "Colourhex" Birse and Sang-min "Myunb0ng" Seo are all staying with the team for the Overwatch League 2021 season.

The only player still in discussions with the Boston Uprising is Min-seob "Axxiom" Park. He has considered inactive in the team since a medical procedure in March.

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