San Francisco Shock ANS retires from professional Overwatch

San Francisco Shock ANS retires from professional Overwatch

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The skilled sniper will take a step back due to his health.

Hitscan DPS Lee "AND" Seong-chang has surprisingly retired from pro-Overwatch, the San Francisco Shock announced today. ANS was a key part of the team's second victory in the Overwatch League championship in October.

In a video posted on Shock's Twitter page, ANS announced their retirement and apologized to fans for the bad news. "I am retiring from Overwatch as of today, primarily because of my health," ANS said. For the past year, ANS has been open on social media and broadcasting about his struggles with mental health issues and the effects of the Overwatch League on his physical health.

In another post explaining his retirement, ANS confirmed that he considered retiring in the middle of the 2020 season, but Shock head coach Park "Crusty" Dae-hee dissuaded him. He thanked his coaches on the job for looking after him, noting that an assistant coach made sure he ate during practice.

ANS thanked his teammates and all support staff in the Shock video. He said that all the newcomers to the team, like main support Brice "FDGoD" Monscavoir and DPS Charlie "nero" Zwarg, will impress the fans. "I really think they will show an outstanding performance this season," ANS said.


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