The wild and fantastic off-season trip is finally over. Most teams have set their teams for the 2021 season, while many veterans have decided to retire. Unfortunately it always happens that some qualified players are not part of the team and cannot find a team for the new season. The EU teams are ready for next season, but these players will not be there.
After careful consideration, I have decided not to participate in the next Spring Split. I’ve had a lot of opportunities to join the team, but I didn’t find the opportunities interesting enough for me. Further updates will follow soon.
– Nemesis (@nemesis_lol) 25. November 2020
Tim Nemesis Lipovshek helped put the pieces of Fnatic back together when his old caps went to G2 Esports. He made his LEC debut in 2019 and quickly established himself as one of the most important soloists in the region. Fnatic never won a title with him in the lineup, but he remained a constant threat despite losing an important player on the ladder. Nemesis competed twice in the Worlds with Fnatic, but a drop in performance led to her leaving after two mixed years.
Slovenian Mead told his fans in this thread that he had not received any offers from the LEC teams. Nemesis proved his capabilities on the LEC and world stage, but no LEC team wanted to pin their hopes on him. Nemesis also said that he had been offered opportunities too late, but that they did not meet his expectations. He has promised to give news from his fans in the near future, but it is not known whether he will continue to play in the LEC or in any other region.
It’s five years of adventure, of emotion. The history of our Legendsliga is forever linked to your name @CabochardLoL. Thank you for your commitment as a professional player, from the bottom of our hearts #Cabane123 pic.twitter.com/GaNPYbNxLV
– Team vitality (@TeamVitality) 9 December 2020
Team Vitality has brightened up the LEC stage with Frenchman Luke Cabochard Simon-Mesle, who is occupied by Top Lane. Unfortunately, after five years of mixed success, including a great run at the World Championship, Cubbochard decided to join other teams. He finally officially left the organisation on 9 December 2020, but was only able to join the team after the draw.
I am very grateful for all the love and support you gave me during the divorce, and I hope you will continue to support me, no matter what I do ❤️❤️❤️.
– Crownshot (@CrownshotLoL) 19 November 2020
Last November we reported the staggering lack of team offers for experienced currywurst Marušić. Although, according to the LEC, Crownshot is one of the most prominent players for the 2020 season, he has decided to use the free agency. Unfortunately this has resulted in Crownshot not being included in the LEC or LCS lists for the Spring Split of 2021. Maybe we’ll see Cronchot at the next fork or in another season. It’s a shame to lose such a talented player.
Prolonged absence of fracture
Exports have never been a glamorous industry. Players give everyone the chance to compete at the highest level of their title. The League of Legends is no different. Many players have, without success, tried to qualify for the Invocation Cup.
Hopefully in the future there will be less cases of players without a team splitting up. Players should be given the chance to play as well as possible. These three players avoid the next split, but the fans hope for a triumphant return.
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