After a less than ideal 6th place finish in Summer split, Vitality replaced over half of their roster in hope of getting back to their winning ways. Instead of signing established veterans, Vitality chose to fill their team with players who will be making their LEC debut.
This most recent offseason was a transformative one for MAD Lions both in terms of their brand and their LEC roster. They rebranded from Splyce to MAD Lions, and they replaced 4 of their 5 players from last Summer with amateur talents who have little to no major region experience.
SK Gaming hope to turn around their poor performances last year with two roster changes in the jungle and support positions.
Rogue steadily got better during 2019 between Spring and Summer split. In 2020, they look to continue that trend with only one off-season change.
2019 was full of ups and downs for Origen. During the offseason they replaced over half of their roster in hopes of obtaining more consistency.
Schalke 04’s new roster turned many heads during the offseason. After falling just short of appearing in the Summer finals, they made some changes many consider to be downgrades.
Fnatic showed that they’re confident that their roster from last year will once again be able to contest G2 as the best European team by only replacing one player.
Following a disappointing Summer split last year, Misfits revamped over half of their roster in hopes of starting off the new year on the right foot.
After a rather disappointing Summer split last year, Excel swapped out the least consistent part of their roster in hopes of finding success in 2020.
Coming off a worlds finals appearance, and a wildly successful fantasy year, G2 look to continue their dominance in 2020.