It's a phrase heard time and time again, but what does it really mean to be burnt out and why is it so prevalent in League of Legends? Further still, what impact could this be having on the longevity of …
Thal has yet to fulfil the potential that was expected of him after his emergence in the scene. However a recent swap to Hanwha Life Esports has brought with it a change of fortunes for the former rank 1.
After LEC franchising has kicked in for the 2019 season, Denmark is no longer the most represented country within Europe's biggest league.
With a hectic off-season behind us and only a few days until the beginning of the inaugural LEC split, we've taken a look at the main players to watch for each of the newly franchised teams.
One of LEC's newest teams, exceL Esports, have now built a 10 man roster of their own to compete in Europe's newly franchised league. So just how likely is it to work?
With pre-season well underway and transfer rumours rife, some whispers are pointing towards a new-look SK Telecom super-team roster.
Ahead of 2018's contract expiries, which begin on 17th November, a whopping 39% of LCS players could be set for release.