A consecutive winner of Worlds, and one of the most aggressive Supports will make up the Freecs new bottom lane.
Canna will also be remaining with the team until 2022.
The six-time regional champion, and Worlds 2020 runner-up is heading to the West.
Curry and Kayys will be joining the roster's coaching tree.
After over a decade of playing professionally, the League of Legends veteran is moving on.
The roster has been rebuilt, although long-time CLG fans might recognise a name.
The American organisation has found its new mid-laner.
One returning name will be back, but otherwise, this line-up has been significantly revamped.
The long-time veteran will be looking for new opportunities.
After a successful season, and a Worlds appearance, the LCK team will be heading in a different coaching direction.
The deal is speculated to make the Danish mid-laner the highest paid player in the LCS.
It seems the North American league is set to undergo some stark changes soon.
The British coach will be looking to take EG to the next level, hopefully even far enough to qualify for Worlds 2021.
The deal will span multiple years, featuring plenty of uniquely themed peripherals.
Korea will once again be taking the championship home.