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TSM’s 2023 LCS roster is reportedly taking shape with a new Korean jungler

In League of Legends esports, sometimes you must tear everything down to build back up again. Longtime North American organization TSM, for example, is in the process of a full teardown following an entire year of disappointing finishes. And now, the rebuild has begun, starting in the jungle.


TSM is bringing on former Estral Esports jungler Lee “Bugi” Seong-yeop as the team’s starting jungler for 2023, according to a report by Blix’s Alejandro Gomis. This is the first major roster report involving the organization after the 메이저사이트 team was forced to suspend its $210 million naming rights deal with now-bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange FTX.


Bugi has been a journeyman jungler since he started his career in the LJL with Japanese esports organization SCARZ. Since then, the 24-year-old has played for a plethora of different organizations like Machi Esports, Flash Wolves, V3 Esports, Furious Gaming, and, most recently, Estral Esports in the LLA.




He also played in the 2019 Mid-Season Invitational and the 2020 World Championship, which are the only two international tournaments he’s attended over the course of his career. He has, however, only won one major tournament in his career so far, taking home the 2019 LMS Spring championship with Flash Wolves토토사이트추천


Looking ahead, Bugi will be filling in some of the biggest shoes in the league. Over the past four years, TSM’s former jungler Spica quickly became a superstar All-Pro candidate and a leading face of the LCS. His expert mechanical skill, electric playstyle, and relatable personality helped grow a sizable fan base for him and the 메이저토토사이트 team, but the org eventually decided to terminate his contract at the end of 2022.


His departure marks the end of an era, and now, one of the 메이저토토 most iconic teams in League history will have to rebuild from the ashes of failure for next year. The global free agency period is scheduled to begin on Monday, Nov. 21.

A Worlds-winning top laner is making his return to professional League as Team Liquid’s new head coach for 2023

After failing to capture a single trophy this year, Team Liquid has torn down a majority of its League of Legends division to make room for sweeping changes across its roster and coaching. The team is kicking off free agency by bringing on one-time Summoner’s Cup winner Jang “MaRin” Gyeong-hwan as the 메이저놀이터 squad’s new head coach, Liquid announced today.


The 31-year-old veteran will be making his coaching 메이저놀이터추천 debut with the organization after retiring from competitive play back in 2018. “I want to become the hardest working coach to create the best team,” MaRin said on social media. “I will give my all for the team, the organization, and the fans.”




Although MaRin competed with multiple organizations throughout his career, he is most known for his time with SK Telecom T1 in 2015, where he helped win back-to-back LCK championships on the way to the team’s second World Championship.


With legendary teammates like Bengi, Wolf, Bang, and Faker, the talented top laner racked up the fourth-most kills at Worlds 2015, along with the highest early-game stats in his role, according to Oracle’s Elixir. After that year, however, MaRin decided to leave the LCK and take his talents over to the LPL with LGD Gaming메이저토토


From 2016 to 2018, MaRin shifted between the LCK and LPL on teams like Afreeca Freecs and Topsports Gaming but was never able to replicate the same amount of success he had with SKT. He retired from pro play after being replaced on Topsports’ roster and hadn’t returned to the scene until today.


This should be some good news for Liquid fans, especially 안전놀이터 after the team announced the departures of a handful of stars over the last few months, like Bjergsen and Hans Sama. It is reported that CoreJJ will remain with the roster next year, but the rest of the slots are still up in the air.

Riot makes changes to junglers’ clear speed in early League preseason PBE build

The jungle position has been a hot-button topic for League of Legends this preseason, with changes coming in droves over the last few days. Earlier this week, after the launch of the revamped jungle, six jungle champions were buffed in a micropatch alongside changes that came to three of the game’s new items.


Last night, League game designer Ezra ‘Phlox’ Lynn revealed 안전놀이터추천 another wave of changes coming to the League PBE.



“Brought down early clearspeed by ~5-7% and bumped up lategame sustain a tad,” Phlox said in a tweet. “Also added some adjustments to leashing so 토토사이트 there’s a decent bit more room to kite while clearing.”



These changes to jungle clear speed were detailed further by Surrender@20 moderator Spideraxe. He revealed that the health and mana restored by champions after defeating a large jungle monster will be increased in the later stages of the game. Additionally, the base damage dealt by the game’s new jungle pets will be reduced, although they will now deal 10 percent scaling damage based on your champion’s armor and magic resist안전놀이터


These changes should make it tougher for champions to blast through the jungle in the early stages of a game thanks to the damage provided by their pet. As a trade-off, the new scaling damage granted by your pets, plus the extra resources 토토사이트추천 gained after defeating a camp in the late game, should make clearing camps at high levels even more trivial.


These changes to the jungle are scheduled to be released on live servers alongside Patch 12.23, the final scheduled League patch of 2022. Patch 12.23 will go live on Dec. 7, according to the game’s official patch schedule.

Doublelift will reportedy make LCS comeback with 100 Thieves alongside Bjergsen in 2023

Doublelift, a seasoned League of Legends veteran who retired from the professional scene in 2020, will return to the LCS stage with 100 Thieves next season, according to a report from independent League journalist Brieuc Seeger.



Doublelift’s return to the LCS marks a comeback two years in the making. The esteemed AD carry had last played in the league under the TSM 메이저사이트 banner in 2020, leading the team to a domestic championship—the eighth of his career.


With 100 Thieves, Doublelift will reportedly reunite with a teammate from that 2020 championship-winning TSM squad in mid laner Bjergsen, according to a separate report made earlier today, also by Seeger. Bjergsen and Doublelift played intermittently with each other throughout their careers, with two separate stints on TSM between 2016 and 2020. They both retired within weeks of each other following TSM’s 메이저토토사이트 dismal performance at the 2020 League World Championship, but Bjergsen returned to the competitive stage earlier this year.



Next season, the pair will team up for the third time in their career, but for the first time, they will do so outside of the TSM organization.


100 Thieves have made none of their intentions regarding the 2023 LCS season official at this time, although it was reported last month that the organization intends to promote support player Busio, the top prospect in North American League, to the LCS level with the start of next season. Busio wouldn’t be the first rookie support Doublelift has played with in his career, as he also famously spent time alongside Biofrost on TSM during his rookie year in 2016. Together, they made for one of the strongest bottom lane duos in the west토토사이트추천


100 Thieves has also reportedly reached an agreement with MAD Lions AD carry UNF0RGIVEN. Although the report, which 메이저토토 was also made by Seeger earlier this week, made it unclear as to whether UNF0RGIVEN would play at the Academy or LCS level, the reported agreement made with Doublelift has made it abundantly clear that UNF0RGIVEN will serve as a backup in 2023.


The League of Legends free agency period will officially begin when players’ contracts begin to expire globally on Nov. 21.

Evil Geniuses officially parts ways with journeyman top laner Impact

After two seasons as a starter with Evil Geniuses, veteran top laner Impact is moving on from the organization. Today, EG announced that Impact would not be returning to the team’s League of Legends lineup in 2023.



In two seasons with Evil Geniuses, Impact helped bring the team through a rebuilding year in 2021, and was a major focal point of the team’s 메이저놀이터 championship run in the LCS Spring Split. The team finished in the top four at this year’s Mid-Season Invitational, and also qualified for the group stage at the World Championship—all of which were firsts for the franchise.


Impact’s contract with EG is set to expire on Tuesday, Nov. 22, according to the League global contract database. On that date, he will enter unrestricted free 토토사이트 agency.


While the majority of EG’s Worlds-qualifying lineup should be expected to return to the LCS stage in 2023, the team’s now-vacant top lane position will be the center of its restructuring process moving into next season. According to reports, EG intends to fill the void left by Impact with a key LCS prospect in 100 Thieves’ Academy-level top laner Tenacity.


Evil Geniuses’ AD carry position is also home to a sizable restructuring. With the reported absence of AD carry Danny set to roll over into next season, and the reported movement of interim starting ADC Kaori to Karmine Corp in France’s LFL, EG is in dire need of a new ADC. The team has reportedly reached an agreement with 100 Thieves 토토사이트추천 ’ FBI to fill the hole at the position, according to a report from 메이저토토


Despite Impact’s departure, the reported moves to bring in Tenacity and FBI should keep Evil Geniuses’ status as a championship contender intact. Although the team slipped from first to third between last year’s Spring and Summer Splits, its seasoned core of stars, including support Vulcan, jungler Inspired, and mid laner Jojopyun—all of whom earned All-Pro honors last summer—should keep the team in the hunt for its second title in as many years.


Clues or reports regarding Impact’s new home have not come to light at this time, although the former world champion should have no issue finding a team in time for the 2023 LCS season. The 10-year League veteran will enter free agency on Nov. 22, along with many other North American players.