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Lpl Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Minor Regions Off-Season Roster Changes for 2022

In the last few years, minor regions have put up impressive performances. From SuperMassive’s victory over the MAD Lions last year to DFM becoming the first LJL representative in the group stage of Worlds, it is evident minor regions can produce the individual talent required to match up against the best. Now, after another year under the belt, will we see the stars of the minor regions transition to the big leagues?

This article will be updated daily with every confirmed minor region Offseason Roster Change for 2021. To find out about LEC Offseason, check out our article here. 

Updated Daily. Last updated Dec. 12, 6:16 PM EST.  

Dec. 10

Minor Regions Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

CBLOL: INTZ sign former Pentanet.GG support Daniel “Decoy” Ealam, marking potentially the second Pentanet player to go overseas if the rumors of Jackson “Pabu” Pavone signing with BIG are true.

Minor Regions Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

CBLOL: All Knights sign Han “Luci” Chang-hoon as their support. 

Minor Regions Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

TCL: Fenerbahçe Esports sign Jeon “Ray” Ji-won and Lee “Crash” Dong-wo as their top laner and jungler, respectively. Ray is rejoining the team after his brief stint with them during the 2021 summer split.  

Dec. 9

PSG sign two mids

PCS: Former Nongshim Redforce Challengers mid laner, Park “Bay” Jun-byeong, signs with PSG Talon, along with another mid laner Ng “Jason” “Kanna” Cheuk Lun. 

Dec. 8

Minor Regions Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

CBLOL: INTZ sign former FURIA top laner William “Tyrin” Portugal.

Dec. 6

Minor Regions Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

CBLOL:  Rensga Esports sign former Flamengo Academy support Bruno “Goku” Miyaguchi as their mid laner with with 4 other signings, rounding out their brand new roster for the 2022 season. 

Dec. 2

Yang joins Estral

LJL/LATAM: Former DFM head coach, Yang “Yang” Gwang-pyo, joins Estral Esports as head coach. 

Dec. 1

Bvoy resigns Estra

LATAM: Ju “Bvoy” Yeong-hoon re-signs with Estral Esports as their bot laner 

Minor Regions Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

CBLOL:  INTZ sign former VORAX Liberty jungler Yan “Yampi” Petermann, who had a strong 2021 season with VRX. 

Nov. 29

Minor Regions Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

CIS: Unicorns of Love sign an completely new roster of 5 players, including ERL jungler Finn-Lukas “Don Arts” Salomon. 

Nov. 26

Minor Regions Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

CBLOL: FURIA sign Lucas “Netuno” Flores and Ygor “RedBert”  Freitas as their bot lane duo.  

Minor Regions Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

CBLOL: FURIA sign Filipe “Ranger” Brombilla de Barrios as their jungler and Bruno “Envy” Farias as their mid laner. 

Minor Regions Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

CBLOL: FURIA sign Francisco “fNb” Natanael Braz  do Espirito Santo Miranda joins as their top laner. 

Nov. 19

Minor Regions Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

CBLOL: INTZ sign Alexander “Abaxial” Haibel as head coach.

Sept. 24

Minor Regions Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

CBLOL: FURIA sign Lucas “Maestro” Pierre as their new head coach. 

For more off-season information, check out our articles on confirmed rosters for 2022 and our comprehensive lists of the roster moves for each region:

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