Analynn Dang Joins Veteran Front Office at DC-Based Esports Organization
Washington D.C., August 15, 2019 – Today, the Washington Justice announced the appointment of Overwatch World Cup Team USA General Manager and former Los Angeles Gladiators Community Director Analynn “bawlynn” Dang to the role of General Manager starting in the 2020 Overwatch season.
Adored by the player community, and a top-ranked player herself, Analynn translates her love for Overwatch and passion for competitive esports to drive inspiration and player performance throughout teams. With years of experience in player management, team coordination, and sponsorship activations within the Overwatch League from her time with Los Angeles Gladiators and Sentinels organizations and her tenure with Team USA, Analynn will be instrumental in adapting Washington Justice to the new home and away game format for the 2020 season that will see Washington D.C. host five homestands at venues throughout the city.
“When growing an organization, it’s essential to invest in cornerstone talent that you can build around,” said Grant Paranjape, VP of esports business at Washington Justice. “Analynn brings an undisputed wealth of game knowledge and organizational expertise with her to the role of GM, and is the perfect addition to the Justice moving into the new season.”
“The red, white, and blue colors of the Washington Justice feel like home to me as the General Manager of USA’s Overwatch World Cup team,” said Analynn Dang, incoming general manager of Washington Justice. “My insights and experiences from working with past organizations mean that I’m set up to build on the Justice's undefeated Stage 4 performance and carry it into the 2020 season. The team is finally living up to its potential with role lock changes, and I am excited to take this momentum and amplify it.”
About Washington Justice
Established in 2018 as part of season 2’s franchise expansion, the Washington Justice participates in the South Atlantic division, and is one of twenty teams currently competing in Overwatch League. Owned by businessman and entrepreneur Mark Ein of Washington Esports Ventures, the organization has deep roots in the Washington DC, and is the exclusive Overwatch franchise for Virginia, Maryland, and Washington DC.