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North American LCS roster shuffle masterpost

We’ll be keeping track so you don’t have to.

Every year, during the off-season between November and January, the competitive League of Legends world is a whirl of rumors and trades with players being moved to a new team, or even getting traded to an entirely different region. This year’s free agency window opens today and with four new teams joining the league, there should be no shortage of high profile trades.

To help you make sense of all the off-season moves of every North American team, we have put together a list of new and returning teams that will be consistently updated as each move is made official in Riot’s Global Contract Database or via official team announcement.

100 Thieves

Current Roster

Cloud9

Current Roster

  • Top: Eric “Licorice” Ritchie
  • Jungle: Dennis “Svenskeren” Johnsen
  • Mid: Nicolaj Jensen
  • AD Carry: Zachary “Sneaky” Scuderi
  • Support: Andy “Smoothie” Ta
  • Coach: Bok “Repeared” Han-gyu

Clutch Gaming

Current Roster

  • Top: Colin “Solo” Earnest
  • Jungle: Nam “Lira” Taeyou
  • Mid: Fabian “Febiven” Diepstraten
  • AD Carry: Apollo Price
  • Support: Nickolas “Hakuho” Surgent
  • Coach: David “Dlim” Lim

Counter Logic Gaming

Current Roster

Echo Fox

Current Roster

FlyQuest

Current Roster

  • Top: Lee "Flame" Ho-jong
  • Jungle: Andy “Chorong” Hoang
  • Mid: Song "Fly" Yong-jun
  • AD Carry: Jason “Wildturtle” Tran
  • Support: William “Stunt” Chen
  • Coach: Robert Yip

Golden Guardians

Current Roster

OpTic Gaming

Current Roster

Team Liquid

Current Roster

TSM

Current Roster

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