Source: Robert Paul for Blizzard Entertainment Another piece of the back-to-back San Francisco Shock championship puzzle has come out of the team. Dong-jun “Rascal” Kim, who played a major role in the Shock, will not be with the team next season. During the 2019 season, Rascal was vital as not only did he flex on DPS heroes, but was also a solid support player, namely on Baptiste. This season, Rascal has played a huge role in the DPS role for the Shock, helping them achieve regular season wins and tournament wins. San Francisco Shock continued their 2019 Overwatch League championship by defending their title in 2020. Shock narrowly beat Seoul Dynasty 3-2 in the first round of the 2020 OWL Grand Final, but Dynasty raced to the losers to meet again Shock in the final match. Shock and Dynasty both had a 3-2 victory over Shanghai Dragons, but it was Shock who won over Dynasty with a 4-2 victory for the team’s 2nd Overwatch League Championship. It’s unclear what Rascal’s future will be, if he’ll sign with a new team or withdraw from Overwatch altogether. Either way, Rascal is an accomplished player in Overwatch history, winning not only championships with the Shock, but also with the London Spitfire in the inaugural season. Any team to sign Rascal would benefit greatly from his skills and experience. As for the Shock, Matthew “Super” DeLisi, Grant “Moth” Espe and Min-Ki “Viol2t” Park are expected to explore free agency this offseason, but may agree to sign with the Shock. However, there is no word on their future with the team yet. The future of The Shock may be either in jeopardy or in jeopardy from the title repeat next season. Head over to our homepage for the latest eSports and games content. Find full schedules, brackets and more for your favorite esports at Juked.gg! .