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League of Legends: All LEC roster moves for the 2019 Spring Split

Published: 29/Nov/2018 18:41 Updated: 18/Jan/2019 18:05

by Joe O'Brien

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The League of Legends off-season is in full swing, with teams all around the world looking to rebuild their rosters for the coming year.

Latest update: exceL Esports add three-time European champion

In the newly-rebranded League of Legends European Championship (LEC), established teams are looking to consolidate their positions, while new entrants to the league are building all-new squads.

To help you keep up with all of the changes, we’ve put together a list of all of the teams’ current rosters.

All rosters listed here include players that are currently officially signed by the respective team. Line-ups remain subject to change as the off-season progresses, and will be updated when official announcements are made.


Fnatic

News:

Current roster:

Player Role Previous Team
Gabriël ‘Bwipo‘ Rau Top Fnatic
Mads ‘Broxah‘ Brock-Pedersen Jungle Fnatic
Tim ‘Nemesis‘ Lipovšek Mid MAD Lions
Martin ‘Rekkles‘ Larsson AD Carry Fnatic
Zdravets ‘Hylissang‘ Iliev Galabov Support Fnatic


G2 Esports

News:

Current roster:

Player Position Previous Team
Martin ‘Wunder‘ Hansen Top G2 Esports
Marcin ‘Jankos‘ Jankowski Jungle G2 Esports
Rasmus ‘Caps‘ Winther Mid Fnatic
Luka ‘Perkz‘ Perković AD Carry G2 Esports
Mihael ‘Mikyx‘ Mehle Support Misfits


Misfits Gaming

News:

Current roster:

Player Position Previous Team
Paul ‘sOAZ‘ Boyer Top Fnatic
Nubar ‘Maxlore‘ Sarafian Jungle Misfits
Fabian ‘Febiven‘ Diepstraten Mid Clutch Gaming
Steven ‘Hans Sama‘ Liv AD Carry Misfits
Kang ‘GorillA‘ Beom-hyeon Support Kingzone DragonX


Team Vitality

Current Roster:

Player Position Previous Team
Lucas ‘Cabochard‘ Simon-Meslet Top Vitality
Lee ‘Mowgli‘ Jae-ha Jungle Afreeca Freecs
Daniele ‘Jizuke‘ di Mauro Mid Vitality
Amadeu ‘Attila‘ Carvalho AD Carry Vitality
Jakub ‘Jactroll‘ Skurzyński Support Vitality


FC Schalke 04

Current roster:

Player Position Previous Team
Andre ‘Odoamne‘ Pascu Top Splyce
Jonas ‘Memento‘ Elmarghichi Jungle Roccat
Felix ‘Abbedagge‘ Braun Mid Royal Bandits
Elias ‘Upset‘ Lipp AD Carry FC Schalke 04
Lee ‘IgNar‘ Dong-geun Support bbq Olivers

Origen

News:

Current roster:

Player Position Previous Team
Barney ‘Alphari‘ Morris Top Misfits
Jonas ‘Kold‘ Andersen Jungle Unicorns of Love
Erlend ‘Nukeduck‘ Våtevik Holm Mid FC Schalke 04
Patrik ‘Patrik‘ Jírů AD Carry H2k Esports
Alfonso ‘Mithy‘ Aguirre Rodriguez Support Team SoloMid


Rogue

Current roster:

Player Position Previous Team
Kim ‘Profit‘ Jun-hyun Top Roccat
Mateusz ‘Kikis‘ Szkudlarek Jungle Vitality
Chres ‘Sencux‘ Laursen Mid Misfits
Martin ‘HeaQ‘ Kordmaa AD Carry Roccat
Kim ‘Wadid‘ Bae-in Support G2 Esports


Splyce

Current roster:

Player Position Previous Team
Tamás ‘Vizicsacsi‘ Kiss Top FX Schalke 04
Andrei ‘Xerxe‘ Dragomir Jungle Splyce
Marek ‘Humanoid‘ Brázda Mid Illuminar Gaming
Kasper ‘Kobbe‘ Kobberup AD Carry Splyce
Tore ‘Norskeren‘ Hoel Eilertsen Support Roccat


exceL Esports

News:

Current roster:

Player Position Previous Team
Ki ‘Expect‘ Dae-han Top
Marc ‘Caedral‘ Robert Lamont Jungle H2k Gaming
Fabian ‘Exileh‘ Schubert Mid Unicorns of Love
Jesper ‘Jeskla‘ Klarin AD Carry Movistar Ryders
Raymond ‘kaSing‘ Tsang Support H2k Esports


SK Gaming

Current roster:

Player Position Previous Team
Jorge ‘Werlyb‘ Casanovas Top MAD Lions
Oskar ‘Selfmade‘ Boderek Jungle MAD Lions
Choi ‘Pirean‘ Jun-sik Mid SK Telecom T1
Juš ‘Crownshot‘ Marušič AD Carry MAD Lions
Han ‘Dreams‘ Min-kook Support Vitality Academy
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Caps passing Perkz as greatest western LoL player – Amazing & Munchables

Published: 23/Oct/2020 14:37 Updated: 23/Oct/2020 17:39

by Daniel Cleary

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With the topic of the “greatest Western League of Legends player of all time” heating up once again, Maurice ‘Amazing’ Stückenschneider and Joseph ‘Munchables’ Fenny have explained why G2 Esports star Rasmus ‘Caps’ Winther could be taking the number one spot over teammate Luka ‘Perkz’ Perkovic, in Dexerto’s recent Worlds 2020 review.

As Worlds 2020 is coming closer to declaring a new set of champions, one of the biggest talking points in the League of Legends community has been the overall performance of Western teams at the international event and the individual players who contribute to them.

After G2 Esports defeated Gen.G in the quarter-finals and cemented themselves as “the last Western hope” following Fnatic’s narrow defeat to Top Esports, it raised the question of who exactly is the best Western player of all time.

Speaking on the matter in our Worlds review, Amazing highlighted that Perkz being around for longer has let him build up a more impressive resume than his teammate, “Caps has the highest highs I would suppose and Perkz has the better career so far, because he has done more in his career so far.”

Is Caps better than Perkz?

Munchables followed up by adding that the success Caps has seen in such a short span of time can not go unnoticed when discussing the pair, making it even more difficult to rank who is truly the best player of all time.

“I honestly think the problem is Caps is too good,” he explained. “The amount of time he has been in the scene, versus the amount of time he has been successful, is such a one-sided ratio on the side of success.”

Munchables also claimed that Caps might have had a greater impact on the region as a whole, comparing the success of Europe internationally before and after his time on teams like G2 and Fnatic, who have both made appearances in the Worlds final with him on the roster.

“European success versus, before Caps and with Caps is so dramatically skewed to Caps being a part of that,” Munchables explained. “At this point, I find it almost unarguable that Caps is the best Western player of all time.”

Amazing added that Perkz had paved the way for Caps to be the best in the west, after years of putting together a roster that is now helping the mid laner to shine on the biggest stage. “He’s granted Caps the ability to understand what winning really means.”

He then followed up on Caps’ growth as a player in the new G2 lineup, claiming that he has also had a “shift in mindset” which has massively helped his ability to play at the highest level.

Only time will tell how each of these remarkable players will fare throughout the rest of their careers as there will be plenty of opportunities to sway public opinion. But for now, it will likely remain up for debate as the two G2 stars continue to perform on the Rift.