League of Legends LEC Summer Split roster change rundown

League of Legends. Photo courtesy of Riot Games.
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Top Lane: Barney “Alphari” Morris
Top Lane: Mathias “Szygenda” Jense

Jungle: Jonas “Kold” Andersen
Jungle: Nikolay “Zanzarah” Akatov

Mid Lane: Erlend “Nukeduck” Holm
Mid Lane: Michał “Roison” Dubiel
Mid Lane: Ernesto “Siler” Castañeda

AD Carry: Patrik “Patrik” Jírů
AD Carry: Alexander “Venzer” Kostadinov

Support: Alfonso “Mithy” Rodríguez
Support: Adrián “Homi” Moldes López
Support: Baltat “AoD” Alin-Ciprian

Mid Lane: Ernesto “Siler” Castañeda (S2V Esports)

Jungle: George “SpeeDy” Daniel Savu (Team Queso)

Origen’s return to the premier division of European League of Legends has been promising so far as they were clearly the second best team throughout the spring split, falling only in the final to G2 Esports. As a result, the team have opted to stick with their current starting roster, instead only making small changes to their academy team, Origen BCN.


Top Lane: Finn “Finn” Wiestål
Top Lane: Jun-Hyung “Profit” Kim

Jungle: Kacper “Inspired” Słoma
Jungle: Marcin “behave” Pawlak

Mid Lane: Emil “Larssen” Larsson
Mid Lane: Marcin “Selfie” Wolski
Mid Lane: Nico “Blueknight” Jannet

AD Carry: Paweł “Woolite” Pruski
AD Carry: Martin “HeaQ” Kordmaa

Support: Oskar “Vander” Bogdan
Support: Oskar “Raxxo” Bazydło

Jungle: Marcin “behave” Pawlak (Future Perfect WLG)
Mid Lane: Marcin “Selfie” Wolski (FlyQuest)
Mid Lane: Nico “Blueknight” Jannet (Free Agent)

Jungle: Mateusz “Kikis” Szkudlarek (Free Agent)
Mid Lane: Chres “Sencux” Laursen (Free Agent)
Support: Bae-in “Wadid” Kim (FlyQuest)

Dead last in the spring split but flying ahead in first in terms of transfers made. Obviously Rogue won’t be pleased with their spring performance, and this has showed in their roster moves. Inspired, Larssen, and Vander are expected to be the starting members in their respective roles throughout summer. As for top lane, Finn and Profit will be battling it out for a spot on the main roster. And at AD Carry, HeaQ will be competing with veteran Woolite for a seat on the LEC stage.

Rogue will be hoping this mass of changes will be enough to improve their dismal performance from earlier in the year, which saw them end the regular season with a 2-16 record in 10th place.