2020 Atlanta Reign season

The 2020 Atlanta Reign season will be the second season of the Atlanta Reign's existence in the Overwatch League and the team's second under head coach Brad "Sephy" Rajani. The team will look to improve upon 2019 season, when they posted 16–12 regular season record but were eliminated by the Hangzhou Spark in the season playoffs. Atlanta will host two homestand weekends in the 2020 season – the first at the Coca-Cola Roxy in late March and the second at a different, undetermined location in mid-June.[1]

Preceding offseason

Free agency

Heading into the 2020 season, every player on the Reign's roster has a team option to re-sign them, aside from support Daniel "Funnyastro" Hathaway, who is under contract.[2]

Roster

Atlanta Reign roster
Players Coaches
Role No. Handle Name Nationality Previous team
Damage 10 Erster  Jeong Joon  South Korea  Lucky Future Zenith 
Damage 13 babybay  Francisty, Andrej   United States  San Francisco Shock 
Damage 25 NLaaeR  Koppalov, Ilya   Russia  Last Night's Leftovers 
Tank 1 Gator (TW)  Scott, Blake   United States  GOATS 
Tank 4 frd  Goebel, Nathan   United States  Gladiators Legion 
Tank 6 Pokpo  Park Hyeon-jun  South Korea  Element Mystic 
Tank 7 Daco  Seo Dong-hyung  South Korea  Element Mystic 
Support 11 Dogman  Bowerman, Dusttin   United States  ATL Academy 
Support 19 FunnyAstro (TW)  Hathaway, Daniel   United Kingdom  British Hurricane 
Support 66 Masaa  Kantanen, Petja   Finland  Team Gigantti 
Head coach
  • Brad Rajani

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (TW) Two-way player
  • (I) Inactive
  • (S) Suspended
  • Injured Injury/Illness

Latest roster transaction: June 10, 2019.

Game log

2020 game log (Overall record: 0–0)
2020 season schedule

References

  1. ^ Hayward, Andrew (September 25, 2019). "Atlanta Reign on 2019 OWL Homestand, Sponsorship Benefits of Having Team Home in 2020". The Esports Observer. Retrieved October 8, 2019.
  2. ^ Richardson, Liz (October 4, 2019). "Overwatch League reveals player contract status for entire league". Dot Esports. Retrieved October 7, 2019.

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