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.
They're transitioning from Overwatch Contenders to Challengers Korea, trying to extend their success to Riot's title.
The former 100 Thieves and CLG player will be a part of the new Dignitas brand in 2020, replacing Clutch Gaming.
The former Origen, G2, and TSM player is taking up a new role with Fnatic, leading their coaching team.
He's played for Origen in 2019, and has a brand new team heading into the 2020 LEC season.
Raz is also coming in as a head coach, as Golden Guardians prepare for the 2020 season to kick off.
We also have word on the Academy team and the coaching staff for 2020, with some big changes inbound.
The Korean team is looking ahead, and has signed these two to support and jungle positions respectively.
After Irean joined as head coach, he has support in the form of Artemis, who has worked with Clutch Gaming and Dignitas.
A new report claims to know the new Dignitas roster, including Aphromoo, Grig, Froggen, and others.
The Nexus is landing this month, bringing plenty of experiences for fans to enjoy over several days.
The former has played in the LCS before, while Breezyyy has competed at collegiate level before getting called up.
Over 1,000 women will be entitled to receive some of the money, and Riot has laid out several commitments to the future too.
The new LCS team has an experienced coach with them, who has most recently worked with CLG.