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At the age of 25, Korean Jungler Kim "Trick" Gang-yun has decided to end his professional career after six years of successful competition.
In line with the minimalist style introduced by the LEC and LCK, the North American LCS is changing its look for the coming year.
The LCK resumes on January 13, and the iconic gauntlet Korean teams had to face in the Playoffs is no longer. Changes have been made to bring the league more in line with other global competitions.
DAMWON Gaming, freshly renamed DWG KIA, starts its 2021 year on an excellent note. The current world champions of League of Legends won the KeSPA Cup after a total domination of the competition.
With the LCK Spring Split kicking off very soon, the Korean league has unveiled its brand new logo for the 2021 season.
Now that the holidays are over, The Chinese League of Legends Pro League, will be the first to get back to the Rift on January 9.
Evil Geniuses could well prove to be the surprise outfit of the 2021 LCS season. The org has confirmed a full roster for the upcoming split, almost a month and a half after the departure of three of its players.
After a transfer window marked in particular by the recruitment of world champion Jang "Nuguri" Ha-gwon from DAMWON Gaming, Chinese organization FunPlus Phoenix has just revealed its new logo for the 2021 season.
LPL squad Edward Gaming has announced that it has signed South Korean AD carry Park "Viper" Do-hyeon and Chinese veteran top laner Li "Flandre" Xuan-Jun to its lineup for the 2021 season. The team also previously integrated head coach Ming "Clearlove" Kai back into the lineup as a jungler.
The League of Legends European Championship (LEC)'s 2021 season is set to start January 22 as Riot Games announced the date on Twitter. The regional competition will see no format change, unlike its North American counterpart.
Lee "Flame" Ho-jong, one of the most famous top laners hailing from the South Korean League of Legends scene, has announced his retirement on Dec. 13.
The LCK has just lost a new veteran. Lee "Kuro" Seo-haeng decided to retire at the age of 26. After a final year at KT Rolster, the player ended his career with a moving message on social networks.
The transfer window ends for the League of Legends team EXCEL. The structure confirmed the presence of Patrik, Tore and Kryze in its roster alongside the two new recruits, Dan and Czekolad.
As League of Legends fans passionately discuss Rekkles's departure from FNATIC to G2 Esports, and as eyes fall upon a perceived broken promise between ocelote and Perkz, the necessity of preventing Perkz from approaching FNATIC (and vice versa) becomes clear.
It's been a busy offseason in the LCS so far, especially for Team SoloMid. After Doublelift's retirement, we wondered who would have the shoulders to replace him. The rumors are confirmed, Lawrence "Lost" Sze Yuy Hui is their new ADC.
After a tense League of Legends offseason full of ups and downs, Evil Geniuses have finalized their 2021 LCS roster by signing Impact and promoting Deftly from the academy lineup.
The move will sharpen the League of Legends team's coaching staff.
Lee "Crown" Min-ho has retired from playing League of Legends professionally after six years spent competing at a high level in Brazil, South Korea and North America.
Afreeca Freecs have scored a huge move in the offseason as they have claimed Bae "Bang" Jun-sik and Son "Lehends" Si-woo from free agency, pairing them in the bot lane for 2021.