Philadelphia Fusion makes its Philly Overwatch debut in Center City

December 3, 2018

Fans cheer on the Philadelphia Fusion at its Homecoming showmatch. The Fusion, Comcast’s competitive gamers, played its first physical game in Philadelphia. Matches are normally based in Los Angeles.

By Staff

Philadelphia’s professional gaming team, now entering its second season, had never played in Philadelphia — until Saturday night.

The diverse group of internationals — with such quirky nicknames as “Fragi” and “Poko” — bathed in the love of more than 300 fans and the Flyers mascot Gritty at Lucky Strike in Center City, where the Fusion, owned by Comcast Spectacor, had sold out its homecoming grudge match against the New York Excelsior.

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