Summary of League of Legends transfer news December 19: Cerberus Esports renews the contract with Ego and the duo of veteran players: Yado and RonOP; Coach DRX tries his hand at LCS; KOI acquires Rogue roster.
League transfer news today 19/12:
Cerberus Esports renews Ego, Yado and RonOP.
Today, the Fanpage of Cerberus Esports officially announced the contract extension with the three players Ego, Yado and RonOP.
“RonOP and Yado came to CES in mid-2019, experiencing successful seasons and low notes on the way to conquering the championship of the team. The new contract means this will be the 4th year Captain and The God of the Middle Road is attached and devoted to eye-catching matches with CES.
Ego has had two years of accompanying the team, bringing with his teammates the VCS Winter 2021 championship. Entering 2023, we will see Ego really mature after mistakes, come back to redeem. sorry to the fans with the effort under the shirt of Dog Vuong after a long time of “hibernation”.
Three of the pillars of CES’ first VCS championship have confirmed with the team to conquer new heights for 2023.”
Last season was a relatively tumultuous time for Dog Vuong when Ego suddenly quit training and stopped playing, even this jungler’s best friend Yado directly said: “D *o hit then c*tm* m** go.” After Ego took a long break, Cerberus Esports was unable to compete for the VCS championship despite the addition of two Korean players.
On the eve of the new season, Poss and Leash have officially left the team. Ego has returned and received great confidence from CES, but they still have another jungler, Draktharr, ready in case Ego can’t compete.
Cerberus Esports roster for the 2023 season:
– Top lane: Pun
– Jungle: Ego, Draktharr
Mid lane: Yado
– Gunner: Artemis
– Support: Hieu3, RonOP./
Former coach DRX will try his hand at LCS.
Head coach “Ssong” Sang-soo, who led DRX in the 2022 season, has reached an agreement with FlyQuest. Like the other members who won the World Championship 2022, Ssong’s contract with DRX expired at the end of November.
Before leading DRX to win the top prize of Worlds 2022, “old teacher Deft” had a long time fighting in the LCS. He joined the LCS as a Mid laner and joined NaJin Sword at Worlds 2012.
KOI acquires Rogue’s roster and LEC slots
In the new season, the players of Rogue will play under a new name: KOI. The organization that recruited Rekkles from G2 will replace RGE and start playing from the 2023 season.
4/5 RGE players in the 2022 season will be in the KOI squad for the 2023 LEC Spring. The only change is in the top lane position, where Szygenda will take the position left by Odoamme. The player born in 1995 has now moved to Excel Esports.
KOI roster for the 2023 season:
– Top lane: Szygenda
– Jungle: Malrang
Mid lane: Larsen
– Gunner: Comp
– Support: Trymbi