The French organization, Karmine Corp, have announced their pretentious LFL 2022 Spring Split roster.
It looks like LFL will be the strongest ERL region. Many LEC players and hot prospects joined different LFL teams, but Karmine Corp have finalized one of the strongest rosters. Lucas “Cabochard” Simon-Meslet, Doğukan “113” Balcı, Lucas “Saken” Fayard, Martin “Rekkles” Larsson, and “Jules “Hantera” Bourgeois will play under the Karmine Corp jersey next split.
Karmine Corp are the most successful French team in the European region, except LEC. They won EU Masters two times in a row last year. After LFL 2021 Spring Split, they sold Adam “Adam” Maanane to Fnatic and signed Cabochard to replace him. As the 2021 season came to an end, there were rumors that Cabochard chose to stay at Karmine Corp instead of joining Fnatic’s LEC roster. KC’s new jungler 113 is a Turkish hot prospect who previously played for Vodafone Giants.
The middle side of the map will be in control of Saken. Saken proved his worth with his incredible performances before. The most exciting aspect of Karmine Corp’s new LFL roster is Rekkles for sure. Martin is considered one of the best marksmen in the region and now he will play in LFL instead of LEC. Lastly, Hantera will be his partner who has played for Team Vitality, Solary, and UCAM Esports Club before.
With these moves, Karmine Corp have finalized their LFL 2022 Spring Split roster. It will be an exciting year watching the experienced players and youngsters compete against the biggest prize in ERL. On top of all these big names, 113 is also an important piece to look at. His professional career began in 2020 with the Turkish team SuperMassive’s academy. He is only 17 years old and he has a lot to prove.
Karmine Corp are the strongest team in the league on paper. However, their chemistry will decide the result.