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Fury joins the Washington Justice

The decorated off-tank is heading to a new team.

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Junho "Fury" Kim has signed with the Washington Justice Overwatch League team for at least the 2021 season. Fury, who has played on both the championship London Spitfire line-up, as well as the 2020 Philadelphia Fusion team, will be heading to his third team in four years, as he looks to chase the glory of the inaugural season.

The Washington Justice had a fantastic final stretch of the 2020 season, seeing them become a top playoff threat, after a season where they looked to be one of the worst teams across the board. With Fury joining the line-up, he will add a capable off-tank talent to a roster that already features star DPS talent, Gui-un "Decay" Jang.

The Justice has transitioned from a multinational line-up to a South Korean only team and whilst they on paper look to have a stronger roster than they did at the start of the 2020 season, it will be hard to see where they fit compared to the other OWL teams: especially the top few, such as the San Francisco Shock, Seoul Dynasty, Shanghai Dragons or the newly formed super roster of the Dallas Fuel.

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