The former G2 player has experience with European League of Legends, and head coach Dylan Falco says this is why he was signed.
We spoke with Wil Atwood, Product Lead on EU Masters at ESL, recently about this month's competition.
The finals will be heading to the Haymarket Theatre in Leicester, where the four top teams will be competing for supremacy.
Three G2 players appear in the five-man squad, alongside Splyce and Team Vitality after the spring split concluded earlier this month.
We'll see three different stops in the Mid-Season Invitational, starting in May and pitting the best teams in the world against each other.
The North American LCS, however, hasn't grown much compared to 2018's Spring Split, although numbers are still healthy.
Bart plays a game similar to League of Legends in yesterday's episode, and Riot Games was allegedly consulted by the writers.