League of Legends: Roster Shifts for Summer 2015

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By michael_fuchsDate: May 19 2015 Views:


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There have been some roster changes in the European and North American LCS leagues as we move into the summer split. See below for who is leaving, and who the new players are that will lead their teams to victory!

North American LCS

Note: Team SoloMid, Team Liquid, Team Impulse, Team Dignitas and Team8 made no changes to their team rosters. Also, please welcome Enemy Esports and Team Dragon Knights to the LCS.

North American LCS

Counter Logic Gaming

Top: ZionSpartan

Jungle: Xmithie

Mid: LiNk → Pobelter / HuHi

ADC: Doublelift

Support: Aphromoo

• Counter Logical Gaming will be attempting a Korea-like structure of time-shared mid laners, similar to SKTelecom T1.


Top: Balls

Jungle: Meteos

Mid: Hai → Incarnati0n

ADC: Sneaky

Support: LemonNation

• Hai voluntarily retired to become Cloud9’s Chief Gaming Officer.

o Cloud9 held tryouts for their mid position, and they ended up acquiring Incarnati0n, a player who has been banned from League of Legends for several years. Incarnati0n held rank 1 on Europe’s solo queue, and he was considered one of the best mechanical players in the world


Top: Hauntzer

Jungle: Saintvicious → Move (Former Edward Gaming academy player)

Mid: Keane

ADC: Cop → Altec

Support: Bunny FuFuu

• Saintvicious left the team and joined Team Coast as Head Coach.
• Little is known about why Cop has left the roster.

Enemy Esports:

Top: Flaresz

Jungle: Trashy

Mid: Innox

ADC: Otter

Support: Bodydrop

Team Dragon Knights

Top: Seraph

Jungle: Kez

Mid: Ninja

ADC: Emperor

Support: Smoothie

European LCS

Note: Copenhagen Wolves, H2K, Giants Gaming, and Unicorns of Love made no changes to their rosters. Please welcome Origen to the European LCS!

European LCS


Top: Wickd → Jwaow

Jungle: Shook → Dexter

Mid: Froggen

ADC: Rekkles → Tabzz

Support: Krepo → promisQ

• After placing in 7th,  Elements has replaced all members except for Froggen

• The new lineup included veterans Tabbz and Dexter, along with newcomers Jwaow and PromisQ. Both newcomers have played in the Challenger series


Top: Huni

Jungle: Reignover

Mid: Febiven

ADC: Steeelback → Rekkles

Support: YellOwStaR

• Fnatic felt that Steeelback had many mechanical, positioning, and strategic errors in the spring split, leading to his replacement by former European LCS MVP Rekkles

Gambit Gaming

Top: Cabochard

Jungle: Diamondprox

Mid: Betsy


Support: Gosu Pepper (formerly Edward)

• FORG1VEN is reigning European LCS MVP


Top: Overpow → Steve

Jungle: Jankos

Mid: Nukeduck

ADC: Woolite

Support: VandeR

• ROCCAT shifted Overpow to the substitute position

• ROCCAT brought in Steve, formerly of Team-LDLC and ThunderBot SPARTA.

• ROCCAT expects additional roster changes before the summer split

SK Gaming

Top: fredy122

Jungle: Svenskeren

Mid: Fox

ADC: FORG1VEN → CandyPanda

Support: nRated

• FORG1VEN earned the European LCS MVP award in the spring split

  o He was transferred from the team for team synergy reasons

• CandyPanda is SK Gaming’s former ADC.


Top: SoaZ

Jungle: Amazing

Mid: xPeke

ADC: Niels

Support: Mithy

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