The Philadelphia Fusion is parting ways with British flex support player Isaac “Boombox” Charles.
After a great Overwatch League 2020 Season, the Philadelphia Fusion is making its first off-season moves. Today, the team is saying goodbye to Isaac “Boombox” Charles.
We can't thank @Boombox enough for his dedication to Fusion for the past three years.
We've made unforgettable memories together both on and off stage, and we hope you remember them as you move on to the next part of your career.
Good luck with whatever comes next, Boombox! pic.twitter.com/4LcmuYW5F7
— Philadelphia Fusion (@Fusion) October 20, 2020
The Philadelphia Fusion is bidding farewell to its British flex support player, who has been with the team since its creation. Boombox was part of the Philadelphia Fusion’s success in the Overwatch League. The team is systematically in the top 4 of all major League tournament, barely missing the title each year.
Boombox is now looking for a new team for the Overwatch League 2021 Season. Many teams are already scouting new support players, and Boombox gathers both the experience and talent needed to help a team rise up.
The Philadelphia Fusion is now down to two support players: Daniel “FunnyAstro” Hathaway and Kyung-bo “Alarm” Kim. Currently, the team already includes three tanks and five DPS players. Because of this, the team will probably look for a support player above any other role.