Fury: Our New Overwatch Sub

June 16 2017
Liquid is always on the look out for up and coming talent, and a young man recently caught our attention. Overwatch may only be a six player game—and we already have a great team—, but we've made room for a substitute player to train and improve along with our starting six. We'd like to introduce Kim "Fury" Jun Ho, a 17 year old whiz kid that has a bright future in Overwatch.

"I'm extremly excited to have Fury working with us in the next couple of weeks. His raw mechanical skill and dedication towards the game is amazing while his hero pool is exactly what we were looking for."

- INTERNETHULK


Fury will play the flex position with tanks and the occasional DPS hero. He gives us that added bit of versatility and an injection of fresh ideas. He is currently at our Nvidia bootcamp in NA, and he will practice and play with our team over the next few weeks.

"Hi."

- Kim "Fury" Jun Ho


Speechless or confident? I guess we'll let his game do the talking.





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