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LIVE: League of Legends 2022 rostermania: all LCS & LEC roster changes

Published: 4/Sep/2021 4:30 Updated: 18/Oct/2021 13:21

by Isaac McIntyre

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Another League of Legends domestic season is coming to a close, new LCS and LEC champions have been crowned, and now rumblings begin behind the scenes; LoL Rostermania begins, and we’ve got all the latest on player moves, swaps, rumors, and more!


  • Caps inks new G2 Esports extension
  • Rekkles reportedly headed for free agency
  • Fnatic to keep hold of mid laner Nisqy

The League of Legends regular season is over, and Rostermania begins!

The 2021 World Championship may be just around the corner for two dozen elite rosters, but for most orgs, the long offseason has begun. That means team owners, general managers, and ambitious players are already setting their eyes on lineup changes and new teams for 2022 and beyond.

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In particular, many are watching western heavyweights G2 Esports and TSM, both of whom missed Worlds this year despite star-studded rosters. They’re expected to splash big cash in the open market, and shake up the status quo.

Dexerto is expecting it to be, as always, a riveting League offseason. Here’s all the latest LCS and LEC rostermania news, to keep you up to date.

PowerOfEvil TSM LCS Championship 2021
Oshin Tudayan for Riot Games
North American LCS giants TSM are expected to shuffle their roster after missing Worlds.

Current LCS/LEC rosters

Below is a look at every current LCS and LEC lineup right now.

League of Legends Championship Series
Team Top Jungle Mid AD Carry Support
100 Thieves Ssumday Closer Abbedagge FBI Huhi
Cloud9 Fudge Blaber Perkz Zven Vulcan
CLG Finn Broxah Damonte WildTurtle Smoothie
Dignitas FakeGod Akaadian Yusui Neo aphromoo
Evil Geniuses Impact Svenskeren Jiizuke Danny IgNar
FlyQuest Kumo  Josedeodo Palafox Johnsun Dreams
Golden Guardians Licorice Ic0nic Ablazeolive Stixxay Newbie
Immortals Revenge Xerxe Insanity / Pretty Raes Destiny
Team Liquid Alphari Santorin Jensen Tactical CoreJJ
TSM Huni Spica PowerOfEvil Lost SwordArt
League of Legends European Championship
Team Top Jungle Mid AD Carry Support
Astralis WhiteKnight Zanzarah promisq
Excel Esports Kryze Dan Nukeduck Patrik Denyk
Fnatic Adam Bwipo Nisqy Upset Hylissang
G2 Esports Wunder Jankos Caps Rekkles Mixkyx
MAD Lions Armut Elyoya Humanoid Crazzy Kaiser
Misfits Gaming HiRit Razork Vetheo Kobbe Vander
Rogue Odoamne Inspired Larssen Hans Sama Trymbi
SK Gaming Jenax Treatz Blue Jezu Jesiz
Team BDS
Team Vitality SLT Selfmade Lider Crownshot Labrov

Offseason LoL roster changes

October 18

Former Astralis player Jeskla
Riot Games
Jeskla joined Astralis from mousesports in late 2020

Astralis has parted ways with another player, announcing the release of AD carry Jesper ‘Jeskla’ Strömberg. This marks the second major roster change for the Danish org in the offseason.

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  • Jeskla: Astralis → F/A

September 28

Hylissang at Worlds 2021
Fnatic
Hylissang has been with Fnatic for the past four years

Ahead of their Worlds campaign, Fnatic announced a two-year extension for support Zdravets ‘Hylissang’ Iliev Galabov. The veteran Bulgarian player has been with Fnatic since 2017.

  • Hylissang: Fnatic → Two year extension to 2024

September 22

MagiFelix Astralis
LEC
MagiFelix joined Astralis in February but will not receive a contract extension

Astralis released midlaner Felix ‘MagiFelix’ Boström. MagiFelix had been signed as temporary cover in the midlane and went on to play the full year for the Danish org after Erlend ‘nukeduck’ Holm left in March.

  • MagiFelix: Astralis → F/A

September 16

Excel Esports toplaner Kyrze
Excel Esports
Kryze has been with Excel Esports since May 2020

Excel Esports toplaner Felix ‘Kryze’ Hellström announced on Twitter that while he remains contracted to the team, he has been granted permission to explore his options for 2022. Kryze’s tweet indicated that he was open to opportunities in both Europe and North America.

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Kryze has been with Excel since May 2020.

  • Kryze: Excel Esports → Exploring options for 2022

September 8

Kaiser MAD Lions
LEC
Kaiser will remain with the Spanish org until at least 2023

MAD Lions announced a one-year extension for support Norman ‘Kaiser’ Kaiser as they look to retain their LEC-winning roster from 2021.

  • Kaiser: MAD Lions → One year extension to 2023

September 2

Caps has already put pen to paper on a new G2 Esports deal.

G2 Esports have made their first move after missing Worlds.

The former LEC champions have locked down League of Legends centerpiece Rasmus ‘Caps’ Winther for an additional year, extending his stay in black-and-white out to at least 2023. The extension was confirmed on the Global Contract Database on September 2.

Caps is a three-time European MVP, a six-time European champion, and won the 2019 Mid-Season Invitational with G2 Esports.

  • Caps: G2 Esports → One-year extension, to 2023

LCS roster rumors

Red = Denied, Green = Confirmed, Yellow = Pending

Player From To Source
Nuclearint FC Schalke 04 Team BDS Esportmaniacos
Nisqy Fnatic 100 Thieves Esporin
Jiizuke Evil Geniuses Free Agent Esporin

LEC roster rumors

Red = Denied, Green = Confirmed, Yellow = Pending

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Player From To Source
Rekkles G2 Esports Free Agent Thorin
Caps G2 Esports G2 Esports (extension) Riot Games Database
Kaiser MAD Lions MAD Lions (extension) Pablo Suárez

Be sure to follow along here at Dexerto and on Twitter @lol_insider to keep up with all the latest as the LCS and LEC rostermania continues.