Following some controversy over job offers earlier in the offseason, Overwatch League analyst Harsha Bandi skewered the Washington Justice on Twitter.
According to reports, Harsha left his job as an analyst for the San Francisco Shock early in the offseason to take a similar position with the Justice.
After leaving the Shock, though, Harsha got no offer from Washington and was looking for work until he got hired by the Vancouver Titans.
Courage, honor, loyalty, sacrifice. But most important is justice ⚖️— Washington Justice (@washjustice) December 3, 2018
We're stoked to be a part of #OWL2019 and we can't wait to show you everything we've got! #JusticeIsServed pic.twitter.com/9I8OEo1xdd
On Twitter, Harsha quoted the Justice’s announcement tweet and called the new name ironic, an obvious mention to what had happened earlier on in the offseason.
For Washington’s part, they did respond to the allegations, but it’s clear this is a feud that’s not going away anytime soon.
If anything, this gives fans a match to look forward to: the first matchup between the Vancouver Titans and the Washington Justice, a match that suddenly has more on the line than just a win.
Since their reveal this weekend, the Justice have been slowly revealing the rest of their debut Season 2 roster on Twitter as well.
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