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Once again, it’s that time of the year. When Europe loses some of its best and brightest to the retirement home across the pond. When promising rookies have a chance to debut on the big stage. When hearts are ready to broken as rosters are slowly locked in. Welcome to the LEC offseason!

This article will be updated daily with every confirmed LEC Roster Change for 2022 Offseason. Check out our LCS and LCK articles as well!

Updated Daily. Last updated Dec. 16, 5:49 PM EST.  

Dec. 16

Lec Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Rogue sign Markos “Comp” Stamkopoulos for bot lane and former Damwon KIA substitute jungler Kim “Malrang” Geun-seong to their roster. 

Lec Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

SK Gaming sign Erberk “Gilius” Demir as their jungler and Misfits Premier mid laner Daniel “Sertuss” Gamani. This will be Gilius’ second stint with SK after briefly playing for the organization in 2014. 

Lec Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

SK Gaming sign BT Excel coach Simon “Swiffer” Papamarkos as their head coach

Lec Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Erik “Treatz” Wessén roleswaps back to support for SK Gaming after playing jungle for the team during the 2021 summer split. 

Dec. 10

Lec Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Fnatic sign Martin “Wunder” Nordahl Hansen, Iván “Razork” Martín Díaz, and Marek “Humanoid” Brázda as their top side of the map. 

Dec. 8

Lec Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Vitality sign Barney “Alphari” Morris, Luka “Perkz” Perković, and Matyáš “Carzzy” Orság, finally completing their LEC superteam. 

Lec Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

Vitality promote their assistant coach Louis-Victor “Mephisto” Legendre to head coach and sign Simão “Simon” Oliveira and Dimitri “Noodlez” Zografos as assistant coach and head analyst, respectively. 

Dec. 3

Lec Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

G2 Esports sign Sergen “Broken Blade” Çelik, Victor “Flakked” Lirola, and Raphaël “Targamas” Crabbé as their new top, bot, and support, respectively. Fun fact: Flakked has a pet duck named “Tetoncito”.

Dec. 2

Lec Off-season Roster Changes For 2022

G2 Esports sign Rodrigo “Rodrigo” Domingues Oliveira as coach and Dylan “Dylan Falco” Falco as head coach.   

Nov. 26

BDS sign GrabbZ and Duffman

Team BDS sign former G2 coaching staff Fabian “GrabbZ” Lohmann and Christopher “Duffman” Duff as head coach and head analyst, respectively. This will be Duffman’s first new team since 2016. Aside from a brief stint with TSM in 2018, Duffman has been with G2 for every single one of their championships. 

Nov. 23

mad sign

MAD Lions sign William “UNFORGIVEN” Nieminen as their new bot laner and Steven “Reeker” Chen as their new mid laner. With these two pickups, MAD is continuing their trend of picking up European rookies. 

Nov. 18

Lec Off-season Roster Moves For 2022

Excel Esports sign Finn “Finn” Wiestål as their new starting top laner. 

Astralis Sign Dajor

Astralis sign ERL mid laner Oliver “Dajor” Ryppa from Fnatic Rising.

Nov. 16

Lec Off-season Roster Moves For 2022

Astralis sign former Misfits bot laner Kasper “Kobbe” Kobberup as their new bot laner.

Nov. 15

Lec Off-season Roster Moves For 2022

G2 Esports sell Martin “Rekkles” Larsson to Karmine Corp, after failing to attend Worlds this year. 

Lec Off-season Roster Moves For 2022

Schalke 04 drop their entire team and coaching staff after selling their LEC spot to Team BDS.

Nov. 14

Lec Off-season Roster Moves For 2022

SK Gaming part ways with their support Philipp “Lilipp” Samuel Englert, who the initially promoted from their ERL team in the middle of the season. 

Nov. 10

Lec Off-season Roster Moves For 2022

SK Gaming and head coach Jesse “Jesiz” Le part ways. 

Oct. 18

Lec Off-season Roster Moves For 2022

Astralis part ways with bot laner Jesper “Jeskla” Klarin Strömberg

Sept. 22

Lec Off-season Roster Moves For 2022

Astralis part ways with mid laner Carl “MagiFelix” Felix Boström after deciding not to extend his contract. 

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: