San Francisco Shock drop three players

Nomy, dhaK, and iddqd are gone.

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Overwatch League team San Francisco Shock has announced via Twitter that they've released three players from their roster, these being David 'Nomy' Ramirez; Daniel 'dhaK' Martínez Paz; and André 'iddqd' Dahlström.

NRG CEO and founder Andy Miller said that "we let them go early to give them plenty of time to hook up with another OWL team. If they don't, they are always welcome to stay on the Shock stream team."

"Today we say goodbye to three amazing players and friends, @Nomy @daitchaK @iddqd, who made history with us this year in the @overwatchleague. We can't thank them enough for everything they have done for us and wish them the best in their future endeavors," Shock's statement reads.

No doubt the team has made this decision in order to get a much higher placing next year with new signings, as they were ninth in the first season. What can they do to improve?

Photo: Overwatch League

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