May 6, 2020Emily RandESPN FacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerPinterestEmailprintWhen the Vancouver Titans announced that they had parted ways with the entirety of their 2019 Overwatch League lineup, what had already seemed inevitable became fact. Rumors had been swirling since various players removed the Titans name from their social media bios. The Titans dismissed the entirety of a successful, playoff-caliber lineup that was the season runner-up in 2019. Yet, this wasn't just the Titans' demise, but the demise of the beloved South Korean RunAway roster that the Titans organization had scooped up as its own for its inaugural season lineup. I am not a RunAway fan, but I have a RunAway story. Sometime in Stage 3 of the 2019 Overwatch League season, once the Vancouver Titans had finally found a dedicated Korean-to-English interpreter, the players of the Titans went to their respective interviews with English media.
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