We’re into the second stage of the Overwatch League and the Shanghai Dragons have to bring home a win.
Not only have they not earned a match win, they’ve only managed to win 7 maps. Their map record is currently 7-50-1, prompting a change in lineup and now the head coach.
According to a tweet from their account, Chen Congshan “U4” has stepped down as head coach of the Shanghai Dragons. He will officially leave his post after a transition period of one week meaning he’ll still be there for this week’s games. In his stead, assistant coach Sun Jun Young “Kong” will act as the head coach.
Though they’ve had a bad run of things this change comes before they’re able to make their lineup changes official. During the signing period, Shanghai signed four new players to their roster, but none have made it over due to visa issues. They’re expected to join during the middle of Stage 2.
Staff change: Effective immediately, Chen Congshan “U4” steps down as the head coach of Shanghai Dragons. He will formally leave the post after a transition period of one week. Current assistant coach Sun Jun Young “Kong” will act as a stand-in coach.
— Shanghai Dragons (@ShanghaiDragons) March 6, 2018