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atlanta reign

A fun and fantasy-based esports team created to propel an industry that's primarily run by males.

League

The Reign struggled throughout Stages 2 and 3, posting a combined 5–9 record and no stage playoff appearances. The team hit their stride in Stage 4, when the league implemented a 2-2-2 role lock. A 4–0 victory over the Boston Uprising on August 25 gave the Reign a perfect 7–0 record in Stage 4, a 16–12 record for the season, and the sixth seed in the season playoffs.

The 2021 Atlanta Reign season was the Atlanta Reign's third season in the Overwatch League and the team's third under head coach Brad "Sephy" Rajani. The team qualified for three of the four midseason tournaments but fell short of reaching the finals each time. For the third consecutive season, the team qualified for the season playoffs. The Reign appeared in the 2021 Grand Finals, the franchise's first Grand Finals appearance, but lost to the Shanghai Dragons, 0–4. Rookie damage player Oh "Pelican" Se-hyun was named the league's Rookie of the Year.

Free

Two other free agents, tank player Garrett "Saucy" Roland and damage player Park "Pokpo" Hyeon-jun, did not sign with another team in the 2021 offseason. Outside of their free agents, the team released damage player Hugo "SharP" Sahlberg on February 10, 2021, giving life to rumors that the team was looking to sign former Los Angeles Valiant damage player Kai "Kai" Collins.

After a mediocre 2020 season, the Reign elected to not re-sign all six of their free agents in the offseason, which included damage players Garrett "Saucy" Roland and Joon "Erster" Jeong, tank players Park "Pokpo" Hyun-jun and Nathan "frd" Goebel, and support players Dusttin "Dogman" Bowerman and Anthony "Fire" King. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

Kai

Two other free agents, tank player Garrett "Saucy" Roland and damage player Park "Pokpo" Hyeon-jun, did not sign with another team in the 2021 offseason. Outside of their free agents, the team released damage player Hugo "SharP" Sahlberg on February 10, 2021, giving life to rumors that the team was looking to sign former Los Angeles Valiant damage player Kai "Kai" Collins. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

Atlanta did not sign another player until February; on February 11, 2021, they signed Kai "Kai" Collins, a damage player who had signed with the Los Angeles Valiant in late 2020 but was released after the team dropped all of their players. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

 

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