Even the most stacked roster on paper can run into serious problems in reality. So just why is it so hard to pull off a successful superteam?
After LEC franchising has kicked in for the 2019 season, Denmark is no longer the most represented country within Europe's biggest league.
After 3 weeks of the first LEC split we have already seen plenty of over-achievers and plenty of under-achievers. We've examined each team's grade so far.
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.
With Kingzone DragonX's Round 2 loss to Afreeca Freecs and SK Telecom's failure to reach the play-offs, this will be the first time that neither Faker, Pray or GorillA will not feature in the LCK play-off final.