The Shock are serious about the triple.
Stacking Role Stars like it's Tetris. The San Francisco Shock have signed the Frenchman Brice "FDGod" Monsçavoir. After the departure of Ki-hyo "Xzi" Jung and FDGod, the Paris Eternal currently have no officially signed player on their roster.
The Shock underline their ambition to win their third championship in a row, recruiting one of the most mechanically gifted main support players to their ranks. FDGod has big shoes to fill, stepping in for Grant "Moth" Espe who had just recently signed with the Los Angeles Gladiators. Moth was considered the brain of the Shock, being able to reinforce the coaches' instructions during the match. The young Frenchman is said to have exhibited similar leadership features for the Eternal during their 2020 season and is therefore the next best candidate for the role after Moth's departure.
The Paris Eternal are currently without a roster or coaching staff, with only manager Kyoung Ey "AVALLA" Kim holding on. The former Washington Justice coach is said to have been tasked with recruitment for the team including a coaching staff during this off-season. The Eternal had sold four of their players to the Dallas Fuel in Ki-hyo "Xzi" Jung, Han-been "Hanbin" Choi, Yeong-han "SP9RK1E" Kim, and Joon "Fielder" Kwon. Head coach Hee-won "RUSH" Yun has also moved over to the Texan team. It's currently not known what direction the Eternal are going to go or when their roster will be announced.
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