Former Boston Uprising player Tae-hee “Jerry” Min joins the Washington Justice.
Two days after Yeon-joon "ArK" Hong announced his retirement from professional Overwatch, the Washington Justice is adding some fresh blood to the team. Former Boston Uprising hitscan player Tae-hee “Jerry” Min is now joining the team.
A proven @overwatchleague star adds firepower to our stellar DPS line! 🔥⭐️
(*Pending League approval) pic.twitter.com/4p2yt9v4f7
— Washington Justice (@washjustice) November 9, 2020
Jerry began his Overwatch path in the Contenders. He was part of Seven, X6-Gaming and Meta Athena. While the player was still underage, he won the Open Division 2019 Season 2 - Korea, and placed second in the trials for the Korean Contenders.
As soon as he reached the legal age to play in the Overwatch League, he joined the Boston Uprising. However, the 2020 Season was not the best one for the team, who reached the bottom of the ladder. The team placed last during the Overwatch League 2020 Regular Season, and didn’t manage to qualify for the Playoffs.
Jerry is now joining the Washington Justice, as the team continues to set up its full South-Korean roster. On the DPS line, Jerry is joining Gui-un "Decay" Jang, Chung-hee "Stitch" Lee and Ho-sung "TTuba" Lee. The Washington Justice can count on Tae-sung "Mag" Kim and Hyeon-Woo "JJANU" Choi in the tanking roles, while Minseok "AimGod" Kwon is the only support in the team.