Hangzhou Spark

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[e][h]Hangzhou Spark
Team Information
OWL City:
Location:
Region:
Coaches:
Mask, Sup7eme, YinDong
Colors:
              
Championships:
0
Division titles:
0
Links
Player Breakdown
Number of Players
10
History
Created:
2018-09-07
Upcoming Matches
SHD vs. HZS
February 15, 2019 - 4:30 UTC
VAL vs. HZS
February 16, 2019 - 23:00 UTC
HOU vs. HZS
February 23, 2019 - 4:30 UTC
HZS vs. LDN
February 24, 2019 - 20:00 UTC
SFS vs. HZS
March 1, 2019 - 4:30 UTC
HZS vs. GLA
March 3, 2019 - 21:30 UTC

Hangzhou Spark, (杭州闪电 in Chinese), is the team representing Hangzhou, China, in the Overwatch League. The team is owned by Bilibili, a leading online entertainment company in China, covering a wide array of genres and media formats including videos, live broadcasting, and mobile games.

Timeline[edit]

  • September 7th - The Hangzhou Overwatch League franchise is officially announced alongside 6 new expansion teams for the 2019 season.[1]
  • September 10th - Hangzhou announce through Bilibili that they are accepting new name suggestions for their Overwatch League franchise.[2]
  • November 14th - The name and branding of the Hangzhou franchise is officially announced to be the Hangzhou Spark.[3][4]
  • November 16th - Hangzhou Spark announce their coaching staff.[5]
  • November 16th - Hangzhou Spark announce that guxue and NoSmite have joined the team.[6]
  • November 17th - Ria and Adora are announced to have joined the team.[7]
  • November 18th - GodsB and Bazzi are announced to have joined the team.[8]
  • November 19th - iDK and Revenge are announced to have joined the team.[9]
  • November 20th - Krystal and BeBe are announced to have joined the team as the final 2 members.[10]

Player Roster[edit]

Active[edit]

Active Squad
# ID Name Role Join Date
China 8 guxue Xu Qiulin Tank 2018-11-16 [6]
South Korea 3 NoSmite Jeong Da-un Tank 2018-11-16 [6]
South Korea 1 Adora Kang Jae-hwan DPS 2018-11-17 [7]
South Korea 11 Ria Park Sung-wook Flex 2018-11-17 [7]
South Korea 7 Bazzi Park Jun-Ki DPS 2018-11-18 [8]
South Korea 10 GodsB Kim Kyeong-bo DPS 2018-11-18 [8]
South Korea 37 iDK Park Ho-jin Support 2018-11-19 [9]
South Korea 24 Revenge An Hyeong-Geun Support 2018-11-19 [9]
China 7 Krystal Cai Shilong DPS 2018-11-20 [10]
South Korea 23 BeBe Yoon Hui-chang Support 2018-11-20 [10]

Organization[edit]

Active[edit]

Organization
# ID Name Position Join Date
South Korea   Mask Muho Lee Head Coach 2018-11-16 [5]
South Korea   Sup7eme Seung-jun Han Assistant Coach 2018-11-16 [5]
China   YinDong Hang Gao Assistant Coach 2018-11-16 [5]

Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Results Prize
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

Trivia[edit]

  • The original team name Hangzhou Railgun was voted by fans at the official name suggestion vote poll started by the organization, but the name was rejected by Overwatch League.[11]

References[edit]