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Young Dragons: Zeka and Kingen poised to join Hanwha Life Esports for LCK 2023 season
Young Dragons: Zeka and Kingen poised to join Hanwha Life Esports for LCK 2023 season
Champions on the move Reports from reporter Alejandro Gomis have indicated that Hwang “Kingen” Seong-hoon and Kim “Zeka” Geon-woo are slated to join Hanwha Life Esports for the upcoming season. As part of the legendary DRX run at Worlds 2022, the reigning Worlds Champions have had a pick of the litter in terms of team options. Earlier this week, it was reported by The Strafe that DRX had announced the Free Agency of all five of their roster members.<span class="read-more">more</span>
Foo Zen-Wen
Cloud9 officially announces Spring 2023 roster and staff
One of the most successful esports organizations in the west, Cloud9 of the League Championship Series (LCS) announced their "League of Legends" roster and coaching staff with an update video posted on Nov. 24, and while their midlane acquisition was expected, their head coach pick was not. Members of C9's membership service Stratus saw the announcement two days early. With a roster of Fudge-Blaber-Jensen-Berserker-Zven, C9 won the 2022 LCS Summer Championship and went to the World Championship as the top<span class="read-more">more</span>
James Domizio
Fly, Jungle King: Former TSM star Spica to join Flyquest in LCS 2023 after three years with the organization.
TSM no more Former TSM jungler Mingyi “Spica” Lu is departing from TSM after three years with the organization. Reports from independent reporter, Brieuc Seeger, has the efficacious jungler heading towards FlyQuest for the 2023 LCS season. “Spica” departed from TSM on Sep 6th following their exit from the LCS 2022 Championships. Adding to that, “Spica” is heading for FlyQuest, the perpetual North American mid-tier squad, only now, they are upgrading. Former 100 Thieves League of Legends General Manager Christopher<span class="read-more">more</span>
Foo Zen-Wen
Deft and Canna sign with DAMWON KIA for LCK 2023 season
Another superteam Just yesterday, DRX confirmed the official entry of their main roster into Free Agency (FA), and today, the landscape of the LCK shifts once more. Worlds 2022 Champion AD Carry Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyu has joined DAMWON KIA (DWG KIA) for the 2023 season. Joining him in the move is former Nongshim Redforce top laner Kim “Canna” Chang-dong. Last week, DWG announced the departure of long-standing top laner and decorated star Jang “Nuguri” Ha-gwon, considered one of the best<span class="read-more">more</span>
Foo Zen-Wen
Why is League of Legends so popular?
In the world of Esports, League of Legends is one of the most popular games out there. This can be attributed to its competitive nature and endless playtime. Plus, it benefits from being one of the first video games to understand and target esports. LoL was one of the first games to put so much focus on Esports. Because of this, many developers nowadays base their format and structure of competitive games on League of Legends. What is League of<span class="read-more">more</span>
Aidan van Vuuren
Former Future Champions: DRX entire main roster enters FA after winning Worlds.
Win Worlds, Set Free DRX has announced officially, that the contracts for the main Worlds-winning roster, has expired. The DRX roster consisted of Cho “Beryl” Geon-Hee, Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyu, Kim “Zeka” Geon-woo, Hong “Pyosik” Chang-hyeon, and Hwang “Kingen” Seong-hoon. The core DRX roster has most notably recently won Worlds 2022, defeating T1 in the finals. All five members are now Free Agents (FA), meaning other organizations are free to contact them, and they are free to explore their options. Along<span class="read-more">more</span>
Foo Zen-Wen
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