Boston Uprising bolsters team with addition of AimGod

There's another support player to call upon.

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Earlier this week we reported that Overwatch player Jonathan 'DreamKazper' Sanchez had been dropped from Overwatch League team Boston Uprising following allegations of sexual misconduct with a minor, but the team has now revealed another signing they've made to try and fill the gap.

The team has signed support player Min-Seok 'AimGod' Kwon to their roster, who's 19 years old and will be immediately eligible to play following visa approval. AimGod has played for the South Korean side Meta Bellum, so there's no shortage of experience despite his age.

"We are thrilled to announce the signing of Min-Seok 'AimGod' Kwon," said Chris 'HuK' Loranger, President of Gaming for The Kraft Group. "With the trade window closing, we wanted to add an extra layer of depth and security to our roster going into the last legs of the season. 'AimGod' has shown the qualities we are looking for in a player both in and out of game, and someone we will work with to help grow and improve while here at Boston Uprising. I am excited to see his play live and eager to integrate him as soon as possible to our team in California."

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