Washington Justice parts ways with Fahzix

After a three month inactive period, Fahzix is released.

Overwatch's Icon Sascha Heinisch · 12 Aug 2019


Image via Washington Justice

Riley "Fahzix" Taylor has parted ways with the Washington Justice, as the organization announced on Twitter today. Fahzix has been inactive on the roster since the signing of teammate Yeonjoon "ArK" Hong in March, who took over his main support duties.

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Fahzix's career goes back to the earliest days of competitive Overwatch in 2016 to a team called KATT5, in which he played with current Los Angeles Valiant player Caleb "McGravy" McGarvey and British Hurricane manager Ysabel "Noukky" Müller. In 2017, he joined EnVision eSports and managed to win DreamHack Montreal as well as place third in North American Contenders that year. He missed the jump to Overwatch League in the first season, playing for San Francisco Shocks academy team NRG Esports with which he once again finished third in North American Contenders. Finally, he received the call-up to Overwatch League from the Washington Justice.

Washington Justice had a slow start to the season, finishing the first three stages with a score of 1-6, 1-6 and 0-7 respectively. Only in the currently ongoing stage 4 had the Justice found their way sitting undefeated at the top of the stage leaderboard after five matches.

Fahzix will enter into free agency by November 11th when non-renewed player contracts run out for season 2.

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