Washington Justice sign Korean player AimGod to complete their 2020 roster.


Washington Justice have announced another shuffle in the lead up to the 2020 season of Overwatch League.

The team announced the move yesterday, but now with League approval, it’s official. 20-year-old South Korean player Kwon “AimGod” Min-seok marks the latest new addition to the Justice 2020 line-up.

We’re so excited to bring @aimgod_ow home to DC for #OWL2020! 🤩#JusticeIsServed pic.twitter.com/xl0BoCBVPj

— Washington Justice (@washjustice) November 7, 2019

Most recently a starter and sub with the Boston Uprising, AimGod has been competing in Overwatch since 2017. He initially came to prominence during his time playing for Korean team, Ardeont, during their undefeated run in Season 2 of the Overwatch Pacific Championship.

AimGod will now join tanks Elliot “ELLIVOTE” Vaneryd, Lukas “LullSiSH” Wiklund and Gye “rOar” Chang-hoon; DPS players Corey “Corey” Nigra, Ethan “Stratus” Yankel and Lee “Ttuba” Ho-sung; and main support Hong “ArK” Yeon-jun.

Washington have just come off the back of a disappointing season, finishing in 17th place overall. Fans of the team will no doubt be interested to see whether AimGod will provide the missing piece of the puzzle Justice need to finally bring a championship home.

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