Twitch affiliate/filthy casual. Spends far too much time replaying 2D platformers, quoting South Park and complaining about the quality of British TV adverts.
The 2019 LEC Spring Split’s participating teams were revealed recently, though we have still be waiting on SK Gaming unveiling their roster. After weeks of anticipation, we now know who will be representing the team in the very near future.
A number of players have been revealed, most of who have been contributed by Spanish-based EU Masters event winner MAD Lions, with top laner Jorge “Werlyb” Casanovas Moreno-Torres, jungler Oskar “Selfmade” Boderek, and ADC Juš “Crownshot” Marušič swapping out for the SK jersey. MAD Lions also saw the departure of Tim “Nemesis” Liovsek, who has joined up with Fnatic.
Meanwhile, other additions to SK Gaming include substitute support Han “Dreams” Min-kook, formerly of Team Vitality. SK Telecom T1 mid laner Choi “Pirean” Jun-sik has made the switch to make up what looks to be an exciting roster going into the new year.
The LEC will be offering up a mix of old and new teams, with returns for the likes of Origen and the previously mentioned SK Gaming, whilst four new teams will also be added. Given the roster announcements and moves that we have seen over the offseason, there will be a lot to look out for when the LEC comes around.