“Boston has long had a reputation for challenging the status quo. It’s in this spirit that we are proud to announce the Boston Uprising, a name which evokes resilience and determination”
Boston Uprising were one of the first teams to be announced for The Overwatch League. Owned by Robert Kraft, the CEO of manufacturing giants, Kraft, the team will represent Boston in the coming season.
They play in the Atlantic Division in a blue, black and yellow kit. Their original eclectic group of players featured talent from South Korea, North America and Europe.
They finished third overall in the first season of The Overwatch League, competing in the overall playoffs. Uprising was also the first team to have a 10-0 record during a whole stage in the league. This happened during Stage 3 on their way to the stage playoffs where they eventually lost to NYXL.
Min-seok “AimGod” “Jeff” Kwon is a South Korean support player who plays for the Boston Uprising.
Formerly of Meta Bellum, he joined The Overwatch League midway through Season 1 and primarily plays Zenyatta and Ana.
Se-Hyeon “Neko” Park is a Korean flex-support player for the Boston Uprising. He was one of the last players to join the Uprising, coming from Korean side, RX Foxes. He is a hugely flexible support player who can run Mercy, Ana, Zenyatta and Sombra.
Kristian “Kellex” Keller is a Danish support player who joined the Boston Uprising from Danish side, Team Singularity. He took part in Season 1 of the league, specialising in Mercy.
Lucas “NotE” Meissner is a Canadian flex-tank player for the Boston Uprising. NotE joined The Overwatch League from the Canadian side, Toronto Esports and plays a wide variety of heroes including off-tanks like D.Va and Zarya as well as hitscan heroes like Widowmaker and McCree.
He has also represented the Canadian National Team at the Overwatch World Cup.
Yeong-Jin “Gamsu” Noh is a Korean tank player who joined the Boston Uprising from Korean side, CONBOX. He’s a flexible tank player but tends to stick to Winston and Reinhardt. He is a former League of Legends player.
Nam-Joo “Striker” Kwon is a Korean DPS player for the Boston Uprising who joined The Overwatch League side from Korean side, ROX Orcas.
He is a flexible DPS player perhaps best utilised in heroes like Tracer, McCree and Widowmaker.
Connor “Avast” Prince is an American Lucio player who was a part of the Luminosity Gaming Evil side which reached the quarterfinals in Overwatch Contenders Season Zero: North America.
He joined Boston Uprising for Season 1 of The Overwatch League before being released after one year.
Jonathan “DreamKazper” Sanchez was an American DPS player who had his contract terminated by Boston after allegations of sexual misconduct came to light in April 2018.
Woo-yeol “Kalios” Shin is a Korean flex player who came through the Korean minor leagues before reaching the last eight of Overwatch APEX Season 4 with Afreeca Freecs.
He joined Boston Uprising for Season 1 of The Overwatch League but left after one year.
Stanislav “Mistakes” Danilov is a Russian DPS player who specialises in Tracer and Widowmaker. He joined Boston Uprising after leaving 123 in August 2017.
He spent one season with the Boston Uprising before being released at the end of Season 1.
Mikias “Snow” Yohannes is an Ethiopian support player who played for the Boston Uprising during Season 1 of The Overwatch League. Snow joined the League from the Canadian side, Toronto Esports and specialises in Ana and Mercy.
Owner – Robert Kraft
American business tycoon, Robert Kraft is the owner of the Boston Uprising. He is also CEO of Kraft Group as well as the principal owner of the New England Patriots and the New England Revolution.
President of Gaming – HuK
Chris “HuK” Loranger is a former professional Starcraft 2 player and current President of Gaming of the Boston Uprising.
Assistant Coach – Shake
Jackson “Shake” Kaplan is a professional player in his own right but serves as a coach for the Boston Uprising.
Assistant Coach – Mini
Rollon “Mini” Hamelin is a French Polynesian player from Tahiti who is an Assistant Coach with the Uprising.
Analyst – MrBleeple
Mohid “MrBleeple” Asjid is the side’s analyst.
Head Coach – Crusty
Dae-Heeis “Crusty” Park was the side’s Head Coach during most of Season 1. Previously of the Korean side, RX Fixes, he left to join the San Francisco Shock.