An uncertain time has ended for two former Vancouver Titans players this weekend as they join the Washington Justice.
The Vancouver Titans have dominated the news for the past few weeks but not for positive reasons. The organization released all of its players and opted to sign a roster of Contenders players. On Saturday, the Washington Justice picked up tank Hyeon-Woo "JJANU" Choi and damage player Chung-hee "Stitch" Lee for a 14-day contract. Currently, the Washington Justice is sitting at the bottom of the standings, only above the Boston Uprising.
Our tank line grows even stronger with the addition of @JJANU_ow!
Please join us in welcoming him to the team! 🙌@JJANU_ow 님과 함께 더 강해졌습니다!
다같이 환영해주세요! 🙌
— Washington Justice (@washjustice) May 16, 2020
JJANU is a stellar off-tank and was crucial in providing space for the Vancouver Titans and picking away at flankers. His skill was instrumental in their success last season, and many consider him to be one of the best off-tanks in the League. Stitch is young and has lots to learn, but already he has proven to be a deadly damage player. Their transition to Washington is a surprise, but a pleasant one that could save the Justice.
Despite Justice’s weak performances in the past months, the addition of these players could do wonders. Washington's strong suit has always been their damage players Corey "Corey" Nigra and Ethan "Stratus" Yankel. Stitch will be filling in with Ho-sung "TTuba" Lee in hopes that they can put out some better results now that the star-studded duo has exited the team.