LCL has a new member as Team Spirit closed their buyout agreement with RoX and formed a new roster to compete in the upcoming split.
Team Spirit competed under various titles with different teams except for League of Legends. LoL is one of Russia’s most favorite games ever but the organization sought a roster for the competition. However, the board has decided to end the longing and bought RoX’s slot to compete as Team Spirit in LCL. TS’ journey will start with the 2022 LCL Spring Split.
According to the announcement, Team Spirit will compete with Mark “Dreampull” Leksin, Danil “Diamondprox” Reshetnikov, Nikita “Griffon” Gudkov, Evgeny “Mytant” Zavalny, and Edward “Edward” Abgaryan. To coach the team against their opponents, the region’s legendary ex-mid laner Mykhailo “Kira” Harmash has also joined. Diamondprox and Edward are also two of the most known players in the region.
Dreampull started playing professionally in 2016 and since then, he has been playing for the top teams in the league. The new jungler, Diamondprox, is not only an iconic player for the region but also a legend for the whole world. The young player Griffon will join him in the mid lane. His last stop was Atleta Esport.
Mytant is the new marksman for the organization. The Ukrainian player showed his capabilities under RoX and CrowCrowd jerseys. Lastly, Edward will be the brain on the battlefield alongside Diamondprox to assist his teammates.
Team Spirit 2022 LCL Spring Split Roster
- Mark “Dreampull” Leksin
- Danil “Diamondprox” Reshetnikov
- Nikita “Griffon” Gudkov
- Evgeny “Mytant” Zavalny
- Edward “Edward” Abgaryan
- Mykhailo “Kira” Harmash (Head Coach)
Team Spirit will compete against many strong LCL teams. LCL’s starting date is February 12 but the schedule hasn’t been revealed yet. The winner of this year’s spring season will have a chance to represent the region at MSI, if nothing goes wrong with COVID protocols.