One of the newest League of Legends European Championship (LEC) teams, exceL, have added a three-time European Champion to their roster.
exceL, who were recently accepted into the newly-rebranded LEC, have quietly built a roster consisting of players with plenty of experience in the European scene.
Marc ‘Caedral’ Robert Lamont, formerly of H2K Gaming and Team LDLC, joined as their Jungler. Raymond ‘kaSing’ Tsang, formerly of Splyce, joined the team as their support. They also added former Movistar Riders player Jesper ‘Jekla’ Klarin Strömberg as their Bot Laner.
Now, they have added more experience to their roster with the signing of Ki ‘Expect’ Dae-han. Expect, a three-time European Champion and former MSI runner-up joins the team after spending the recent Worlds cycle as a substitute for Fnatic.
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The former G2 Esports Top Laner has spent time on and off the sidelines over the last two years, last playing in the EU LCS – now LEC – during the 2017 Summer Split.
He last played with Origen at an ESL European Masters event. Playing with Henrik ‘Froggen’ Hansen – recently signed by NA LCS team Golden Guardians – Choi ‘inSec’ In-seok, Jesse ‘Jesiz’ Le and Konstantinos-Napoleon ‘FORG1VEN’ Tzortziou, Expect and his squad took home first place.
exceL are expected to announce their 10-man roster over the next few days as preparations for the start of the LEC Spring Split – which is set to kick-off in January – ramp up.
Until then, you call follow all of the LEC Spring Split roster moves from our dedicated hub, here.