So far, all reports of Jacob Wolf from ESPN Esports in this transfer window on the League of Legends scene have been accurate. If it is the same for those on Thursday regarding Team Vitality, then we will be able to talk about a kind of personnel revolution in the ranks of Bees. According to information provided by Esportsmaniacos and confirmed by the American service from VIT, three players and the head coach said goodbye, which we could watch in the 2019 season.
Good information for Polish fans will probably be the fact that there are not among these three players Jakub “Jactroll” Skurzyński. As the ESPN Esports informed, the 21-year-old will remain bound by the current contract with the French organization, which will be valid for the whole year. The same applies to Lucas “Cabochard” Simon-Meslet playing on the upper avenue, but they are the only two players who will be fighting again for the best Vitality place in LEC.
The other three players will already be new faces, at least when it comes to games at the highest European level. In the jungle we will see Duncan “Skeanz” Marquet, who should be known to fans of the French club – he represented Vitality colors in local competitions. In addition to him, Aljoša “Milica” Kovandžić and Markos “Comp” Stamkopoulos, who previously represented Vodafone Giants and Team-LDLC, will also play under the Bee flag. The team will be led by former trainer Splyce, Hadrien “Duke” Forestier, which in turn informed French L’ÉQUIPE.
If the rumors are confirmed to be true, Vitality’s roster in the 2020 LEC season will look as follows:
Lucas ” Cabochard ” Simon-Meslet
Duncan’s ” Skeanz ” Marquet
Aljoša ” Milica ” Kovandžić
Markos ” Comp ” Stamkopoulos
Jakub ” Jactroll ” Skurzyński
Hadrien ” Duke ” Forestier (coach)
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