FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SF SHOCK COACHING CHANGE
The San Francisco Shock announce a new head coach beginning stage 4 of the Overwatch League
SAN FRANCISCO (May 7, 2018) – Today we announce the release of San Francisco Shock Head Coach Brad Rajani. Brad has been an integral part of the system we've built here in the first season of the Overwatch League. He has been a tireless worker and great leader. We thank him for all he has done with the players, management, and league. We wish Brad the best of luck in his future endeavors and know he will do well.
We also welcome Coach Dae-hee "Crusty" Park formerly of the Boston Uprising as new head coach of the San Francisco Shock. "Crusty" has shown incredible skill and talent while coaching the Boston Uprising and we look forward to helping implement his vision for the Shock.
“I am excited to be joining the SF Shock organization” said Crusty. “I am grateful to have the opportunity to make an impact on another team in the Overwatch League”
The Shock are also bringing in NRG Contenders Head Coach Bumhoon “Ninek” Kim who was previously the Rox Orcas Head Coach for Apex Challengers Season 3 and Apex Season 4.
About San Francisco Shock
San Francisco Shock, one of the 12 esports franchises competing in the Overwatch League's inaugural season, is owned by NRG Esports, a San Francisco-based esports organization competing in eight professional video game leagues known for its deeply engaged fan base. NRG was founded in 2015 by Andy Miller and Mark Mastrov, co-owners of the Sacramento Kings. NRG investors include Shaquille O’Neal, Alex Rodriguez, and Jennifer Lopez, alongside Silicon Valley entrepreneurs. For more information on the San Francisco Shock, follow the team on Twitter @SFShock.
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