The team that once put Faker in the spotlight in the transfer plan has officially made its first move before the new season.
Professional League of Legends is all about change. Unfortunately, that change could affect even players loved and expected by the community, leaving the future of talented players uncertain as they ponder their success. me. FlyQuest is the next team in the LCS to announce their entire roster overhaul for the upcoming 2023 season.
Nearly every member who competed in this year’s main team including Tomo, Josedeodo, Toucouille, Johnsun and Aphromoo will no longer be with the organization next year. Only top laner Philip still has a contract with the team. Currently, FlyQuest has not announced any new contracts that will join them in the 2023 season.
FlyQuest’s 2022 squad has left a lot of impressions in the hearts of fans because of the journey of an underdog team that is not afraid of difficulties when facing many other big players in the region. From being the first team to play Top Smite Janna to the debut of one of the most promising mid laners at the moment, what FlyQuest does is make sure that fans will Looking forward to their next steps.
It is currently unclear where these players’ futures will go after their impressive stint with FlyQuest, with the exception of Josedeodo, who previously officially moved to the LLA or Liga Latinoamérica – the League of Nations e-sports league. The highest level of professional League of Legends in Latin America – in the colors of Estral Esports.
Among these players with an uncertain future is Aphromo, a top LCS talent over the years, who is currently not rumored to join any other teams.
Many other star players, such as former Team Liquid Academy support Eyla and former jungler TSM Spica, are currently rumored to be joining the team’s 2023 FlyQuest roster, although there’s been no official confirmation yet. given.
FlyQuest recently announced internal management changes, such as the appointment of president and game director Christopher “Papasmithy” Smith and new CEO Brian Anderson, both of which have expressed great interest. to furthering the organization’s mission statement while growing their already existing presence in the LCS.