Overwatch League team Boston Uprising announced that Dae-hee “Crusty” Park will no longer be the coach for the east coast based team.
In the update from Boston Uprising, it explains that after some “internal conversations” between Crusty and the team’s staff, it was in both party’s interest to part ways. The update continues, “Crusty has been an instrumental part of the Uprising” and that the organization is “grateful for the dedication and effort put forth” while coaching the team.
Crusty will continue his Overwatch League career as he makes his way to the west coast as the coach for the San Francisco Shock. The Shock will also bring NRG Contenders Head Coach Bumhoon “Ninek” Kim to the team.
This is an interesting move considering Boston Uprising’s exceptional performance in Stage 3. Although they lost the Stage Finals against the New York Excelsior, the team won eight games straight, procuring a perfect stage record, as well as moving up to second place in the overall standings.
Stage 4 of Overwatch League begins on May 16 where Crusty will make his debut as the head coach of the San Francisco Shock as they face the Los Angeles Gladiators.
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