With the LCS roster moves basically finished it’s time to look at the winners and losers of the off-season roster shuffle. Due to the restriction of not knowing how the teams will do I will refrain from ranking them as far as where they will be placing in the spring split until I see how the teams have played a few games.
Gen.g has officially announced that they will be dropping CoreJJ, Haru, and Mong yesterday. While roster changes were expected from this team following their Worlds performance getting a single win in group stage to Cloud9. This leaves a hole in Gen.G missing out on their support, jungle and top lane roles. While top is not dire due to keeping their starter CuVee, they are lacking jungle and support players currently.
The time is here for the Grand Final for 2018 Worlds. What an amazing ride so far. So many upsets and close matches from teams that were written off as quarterfinal finishers has created a massive rift in who the best region is and who the top teams are.Read More »