The Philadelphia Fusion stands victorious in the inaugural season's semifinals before moving to the grand finals, where it would fall second

The Philadelphia Fusion stands victorious in the inaugural season's semifinals before moving to the grand finals, where it would fall second to London Spitfire

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The Overwatch League team the Philadelphia Fusion announced its homecoming from Nov. 28 to Dec. 2, where it will hold a weekend’s worth of fan events, as announced on the team’s official Twitter.

This event will be the second time the team has hosted a meetup in its home city of Philadelphia since its first fan event during the inaugural season, where the Fusion fell second to the London Spitfire in the season’s finals.

The Fusion has since seen a number of players depart from the team, including Georgii “ShaDowBurn” Gushcha, Jeong-Hwan “DayFly” Park, Hong-Jun “HOTBA” Choi, and Joe “Joemeister” Gramano. While the team has yet to announce its full roster going into the second season of the Overwatch League, it added Elijah Hudson ”Elk” Gallagher to the team most recently as a support.

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For fans seeking to attend the event, more information regarding the specific event details will be announced at a later date.