Before getting involved in the drama with “Demon King” Zeros, CES EGO was considered as the top potential jungler in VCS among young players.
Last night, CERBERUS Esports welcomed its new jungler Le Ngoc “Draktharr” Toan – a former member of Burst The Sky. Many fans were surprised because the CES “dog god” lineup had up to 4 junglers in the main lineup.
But recently, a series of CES players and the team’s coach were silently crossed out on Riot Games’ data system.
More specifically, CES broke up with 4 players at the same time, EGO, Phuc1, Jane, Puddin and coach Yuna. This has not been confirmed by the VCS Winter 2021 champion, but CES also announced that Draktharr is the first rookie of this team in the summer, so this team promises to “change blood” to the squad with many new names in the coming days.
Back to the names that were “crossed out” in the lineup, many Vietnamese gamers are very interested in the “heir of SofM” – EGO. Previously, the jungler born in 2002 was involved in a drama with “Demon 2k” – Zeros and was banned by CES for a while. But during the spring, EGO only played once in the group stage (against SBTC Esports).
With not playing for a long time, it will be difficult for EGO to maintain the same form as when they won with Team Flash and CERBERUS Esports. After all, many VCS fans are curious about this player’s new destination in the upcoming season.
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