No longer a rumor from the LCS region, Team Liquid recently successfully recruited Pyosik and completed the “7 Korean” squad for the 2023 season.
In recent days, the drama between Pyosik and DRX has caused a lot of international LoL gamers to talk about. Many fans also joked that Pyosik will return in “anime 2” and take revenge on DRX.
As a result, Pyosik has officially parted ways with DRX to join the “7 Korea” team in the LCS – Team Liquid.
According to research, TL’s “super team” had a memorable season in 2022 when it lost both the spring championship and the ticket to the Worlds in the summer. Therefore, TL announced the “full Korean” lineup: Summit, Pyosik, Haeri, Yeon, and CoreJJ.
Among them, Summit and Pyosik are considered Korean foreign players, CoreJJ has played for many years in the LCS and has become a domestic soldier. Haeri is a Korean-Australian who used to be an Oceania player (OPL) so he can play in the LCS without being counted as a foreigner. And Yeon is Korean-American and is also counted as an LCS internal soldier.
After all, in addition to the 5 members mentioned above, TL also has a head coach named MaRin and an assistant coach named Reignover (both Korean), so many fans jokingly say that TL has a “7 Korean” squad to compete for the trophy. In addition, there are many people who think that this roster of TL will be very difficult to lose the ticket to Worlds 2023, so Pyosik will likely meet DRX as well as his old teammates in tournaments. upcoming international.
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