Overwatch League: Boston Uprising announce the release of DPS player Mistakes



This brings the total up to four players released by Boston within the last few days.

The Boston Uprising have announced the release of DPS player Stanislav “Mistakes” Danilov. This is the second roster announcement the team has made within the last few days, the first being the release of players Kalios, Snow and Avast.

As with the three players before him, Mistakes release was announced via the Uprising Twitter with a letter penned from the President of Gaming for The Kraft Group, Chris “HuK” Loranger.

Mr. Danilov, you were the first person we picked up for the team and ended up in a role that I don’t think either of us expected throughout the whole season. You were a sub that played here and there, but stepped for the team when we needed you most. We went on to have a perfect stage and the longest win streak in the League during one of our toughest times as a team. You started out as a Tracer 1-trick but adapted to fill in where we needed you most. I meant what I said that you were the best player in the final day of the playoffs. No one is perfect but you strive and fight to be a better version of yourself in and out of game every day. I always appreciated your honesty and bluntness as I am someone who is the same way at times. I wish you nothing but the best and hope you continue to grow and succeed, you will be missed.

Aside from playing with the Uprising, Mistakes played in the Overwatch World Cup for Russia in both 2017 and 2018. He also played in the Overwatch Contenders European League and competed in several large European Overwatch tournaments.

Mistakes took to Twitter shortly after the announcement, “Ggs , thank you for the great season! <3 I could have not asked for a better team for my first season and really thankful to everyone on the team. Can’t wait for easy games against you guys :p”

Being a true class act, he didn’t forget his fans, “I really want to thank all the fans for their support during this year. It’s been a tough year for me, but you guys always been here to cheer me up and I’m eternally grateful for that, love you guys <3”

After Jonathan “DreamKazper” Sanchez was removed from the team in April of this year following sexual misconduct allegations with a minor, Mistakes stepped into a key position as one of Boston’s best DPS players. Boston went on a 10-0 undefeated streak with Mistakes during Stage 3 but ultimately finished in third place overall and failed to make the grand finals.

There’s no date available at this time for the start of season two.

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