What are the changes in LOL teams

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Every day we hear more and more about the updated rosters of well-known organizations. They are ready to compete in the next competitive season of League of Legends and excite live esports bet fans.

Team lineup changes in LOL 

The changes in the three clubs that have LoL betting fans around the world will include the following.

MAD Lions +3

After losing their top players, kerries and sappers in the off-season, MAD Lions did their best to rebuild their roster for the upcoming 2023 season. The first step was to bring back Matthias “Carzzy” Orsag, who previously represented the Lions in the 2020 and 2021 seasons.

Another update to the roster was Kim “Chasy” Dong Hyun, who previously worked for X7 Esports in the Northern League of Legends Championship. The inclusion of this player in the roster will be interesting, because he had no experience of playing at the highest level.

Now that the AD-curry and top lane positions are officially closed, MAD decided to add the last puzzle piece by signing Zdravets “Hylissang” Galabov from Fnatic. The famous support from Bulgaria has been one of the best at his position in LEC for quite some time now.

It is with these newcomers that MAD Lions will storm the next season in 2023.

MAD Lions roster for 2023:

  • Kim “Chasy” Dong-hyeon
  • Javier “Elyoya” Prades Batalla
  • Yasin “Nisqy” Dincer
  • Matyas “Carzzy” Orsag
  • Zdravets “Hylissang” Galabov Zdravets “Hylissang” Galabov

Gen.G Esports signed two newcomers

Reshuffles in LCK are still ongoing, and Gen.G Esports took this opportunity to complete the “construction” of their roster for the next season.  After losing such players as AD Carry Park “Ruler” Ja Hyuk, and sapport Sung “Lehends” Si Wu, Gen.G has already found replacements for them.

A place in the updated roster was found for the representative of the “youth wing” of Gen.G Challengers Kim “Peyz” Soo Hwan, as well as the former Brion Esports player Yoo “Delight” Hwang Joon.

Gen.G roster for 2023:

  • Hyeon-joon “Doran” Choi
  • Wang-Ho “Peanut” Han
  • Jeong “Chovy” Ji-hoon
  • Su-hwan “Peyz” Kim
  • Hwan-joong “Delight” Yoo

Rejuvenation of Cloud9

After losing Nikolai “Jensen” Jensen, Cloud9 decided to raid the LFL for one of their most promising young stars, Dmitry “Diplex” Ponomarev of Vitality.Bee.

This comes after a rollercoaster season for C9, who won their fourth LCS title. However, the “fly in the ointment” was the team’s sudden elimination from the group stage of Worlds 2022.

In a video message posted on Twitter, C9 CEO Jack Etienne spoke about the changes that will take place in the main team, youth and coaching staff.

Diplex helped Vitality.Bee win the Coupe de France 2022. While the LCS will be a big step up for him in terms of skill and talent, it will be interesting to see how C9 integrates Diplex into their team.

Cloud9 roster for 2023:

  • Ibrahim “Fudge” Allami
  • Robert “Blaber” Huang
  • Dimitri “DiPleX” Ponomarev
  • Min-cheol “Berserker” Kim
  • Jesper “Zven” Svenningsen