In this small piece Siarnaq (Jace) discusses the idea of the 3-2-1 lock thats been buzzing and why we need to step back as a community to re-evaluate
Siarnaq delves into some names he thinks you should look out for in 2020. These are the under the radar players to keep an eye on.
London Spitfire has officially announced there Initial 8 for the 3rd Season of the Overwatch League, but how does it measure to last years squad?
If you have paid any attention to the London Spitfire twitter account then you will know the games that have been played with us fans.
At 6pm, Tuesday the 5th of November, The London Spitfire Twitter account released a simple tweet… That tweet reads as followed “6 November #OWL2020” It was an exciting night for Spitfire fans! By 9am on the dot, we had the announcement! Finally we were given information on our Homestand! One in London, the other in […]
The mass exodus is complete. The Spitfire said goodbye to Fury, Profit, Gesture, Birdring and NUS from their original roster this off season so far. Guard has also departed along with coach Jfeel to make way for a new staff lineup. For this article I’m going to only consider the additions from Fusion University as […]
On the 22nd of October 2019, London Spitfire fans received the news they dreaded: two of the team’s stars fell. Profit and Gesture both moved on to the Dynasty leaving a huge hole in London’s team and in the hearts of the fans. Fast forward eight days. Rumors of any roster moves were silent. No […]
Take a look at London’s new coaching team for the 2019 Overwatch League season. Introducing Agape, Pavane, AwesomeGuy and Twinkl to Spitfire fans!
When Jacob Wolf posted an article on ESPN. This article outlined the transfer of London Spitfire players Jaehee “Gesture” Hong and Joonyeong “Profit” Park to the Seoul Dynasty. This not only shook the Seoul Dynasty fans, but also the Overwatch Community.
These are exciting times to be a Spitfire fan. Our team is bare at the moment – who will join the boys in blue for Season 3?