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America's Biggest League Of Legends Team Just Imploded

2016-11-08  Reviews     Source: 未知  
After a disappointing run at the 2015 League of Legends World Championships that ended with their elimination on Sunday night, the Team SoloMid (TSM) is quite literally falling apart. The team just revealed three of its top players are step
America's Biggest League Of Legends Team Just Imploded

After a disappointing run at the 2015 League of Legends World Championships that ended with their elimination on Sunday night, the Team SoloMid (TSM) is quite literally falling apart. The team just revealed three of its top players are stepping down, just days after their last loss at Worlds.

In a statement posted on the TSM website (which is currently down due to the crazy traffic it was getting), the team announced that Lucas 'Santorin' Larsen, Jang-sik 'Lustboy' Ham, and Marcus 'Dyrus' Hill were all leaving. From the statement:

As Season 5 comes to a close, we announce with a heavy heart the departures of Lucas 'Santorin' Larsen, Jang-sik 'Lustboy' Ham, and Marcus 'Dyrus' Hill from our League of Legends line-up. Santorin will be stepping down from the TSM roster, while Lustboy and Dyrus will remain as streamers under TSM.

Lucas 'Santorin' Larsen and our brand are mutually parting ways. Both him and the team remain on amicable terms, and we appreciate all his hard work in the past year. TSM wishes him farewell and best of luck in his future endeavours.

We already knew about Dyrus's departure: he gave his fans a moving farewell on Saturday night following TSM's final loss in Worlds. Santorin and Lustboy's departures were totally unexpected, however. Dyrus has been with TSM from the very beginning of League's eSports scene in 2011, but the only two only joined the team very recently. Lustboy came on in the summer of 2014, and Santorin has only played for the team in the 2015 season.

The departure come almost immediately after TSM suffered a hard series of losses at the 2015 World Championship. Of the six games they played in Worlds' preliminary group stage, TSM only managed to pull off one win — against the Chinese LGD:

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