Dilapidated from a roster of 10 to 3, Boston is in desperate need of a roster move. Boston’s GM Huk gives fans an AMA where he gives some hint at the future.
It’s happened. In one swing, the Uprising’s roster of 10 has been cut to 4. Who got the boot, whose left, and where do we go from here?
With the 2020 season’s off-season just beginning for the Overwatch League, we spoke to former Boston Uprising support Kellex, who finds himself a free agent and looking for a new home in 2020.
It wasn’t supposed to be this way. Boston had a great run during the inaugural season. They were the underdogs, the Cinderella story of a team of no-name players who came from nothing and showed they could play Overwatch with the best. But this season never lived up to that magical run. Maybe we should have known – the good always comes with the bad.
Boston Uprising goes into the offseason by quickly signing former Florida Mayhem Head Coach Mineral as the team’s new Head Coach. We spoke with him to talk about his experience and the future for Boston
While most teams went out with tickets for the 2020 season with prices and a location – one team didn’t. Boston. Why would they do that?
Boston went into the final weekend of the 2019 with nothing but pride on the line. Did the boys in blue go out with a bang or did they go quietly into that good night?
Staring a winless stage in the face, the Boston Uprising have plenty to play for this weekend. Chiefly, piling on the New York Excelsior and completing their collapse before they go on to gag in the playoffs.
After (another) winless week, Boston may have hit rock bottom. Maybe, but they have two weeks left in the 2019 season – what are some things to look forward to and what can be learned from this week?
On the one hand, the Uprising don’t have to worry about the season end playoffs anymore. But, on the other hand, they don’t want to be embarrassed on stage.