theScore esports Daily (Dec. 12): Odoamne joins Schalke 04, boltz replaces yeL in Luminosity and First Overwatch League home games to be played in 2019

by Dimitri Pascaluta Dec 12 2018
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First Overwatch League home games to be played in 2019

The schedule for the 2019 season of the Overwatch League has been released.

Additionally, the league announced that the Dallas Fuel, Atlanta Reign and Los Angeles Valiant will be the first teams to host matches in their home cities.

The Fuel will be the first to host matches, with their home event scheduled for April 27-28, 2019.

boltz replace yeL in Luminosity

Former MIBR player Ricardo "boltz" Prass has replaced Gustavo "yeL" Knittel on Luminosity, the latter organization announced Wednesday on Twitter.

The announcement arrives less than two weeks after the 21-year-old was released from his contract with MIBR. Prior to that, he'd spent four months on the Brazilian-American roster's bench following their signing of Tarik "tarik" Celik.

Odoamne joins Schalke 04 ahead of LEC 2019

Andrei "Odoamne" Pascu has signed on to be the top laner for Schalke 04's LEC roster, the organization announced on Wednesday.

The Romanian player was formerly a member of H2K and Splyce, having spent last season with the latter.

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