The Rift Rivals season is over.
He'll be focusing on streaming from now on, but he'll still remain connected to Cloud9 as an advisor and an owner.
The major partners are coming back on board for the European Championship in 2020, as revealed by Riot Games.
Their League of Legends team is making a lot of alterations heading into 2020, trying to make an impression in Europe.
Latest League of Legends cinematic features 2WEI and Edda Hayes cover of Imagine Dragons' "Warriors".
Things kick off for the LCS on January 25, and the playoffs have been updated for this season.
The former Echo Fox and Golden Guardians player has a new home for 2020, alongside Akaadian, Damonte, and more.
A recent tweet teased the imminent start, kicking off another year for Riot Games' popular title.
This is according to Esports Charts, which is going by the metric of hours watched over all major events.
This would put the Academy teams in the spotlight a little more, if the new reports are to be believed.
He'll be playing League of Legends for the team, following on from his time with Team SoloMid.
The Academy player has left the organisation, and Cloud9 has thanked him for his service to the team.
The LCS isn't going to get the program, but Riot has directed fans to third-party sites to get a similar thing.
The player returns to the Schalke squad as they look to improve on LEC results heading into 2020.
The League of Legends squad is no longer coached by YamatoCannon, and there are new faces elsewhere in the squad.