Longtime Contenders star Kamden “Sugarfree” Hijada has turned his attention to the Overwatch League and joined the Vancouver Titans on Tuesday.
Sugarfree, 18, entered the Contenders’ competition as a 13-year-old with ATL Academy. He helped the club to a first-place finish in Overwatch Contenders 2019 Season Two: North America East.
He announced a short-lived retirement in 2020 before returning to join American Tornado as a stand-in for Cameron “wub” Johnson. He also competed with Fusion University briefly in 2021.
Please welcome the youngest player to hit rank 1 on the North American ladder ??
Introducing our Flex DPS for the 2023 season, THE PRODIGY @sugarfreeOW ????
— Vancouver Titans (@VancouverTitans) December 27, 2022
Sugarfree joins fellow DPS Luka “Aspire” Rolovic, tank Leyton “Punk” Gilchrist of Australia and supports Hong-gyu “Faith” Kim of South Korea and William “Crimzo” Hernandez of Canada.
–Field Level Media