According to Jacob Wolf, TSM is finalizing a buyout of Huni to be their new top laner. This buyout from Evil Geniuses comes as a surprise considering most of the rumors had been that they were deciding between Licorice and Impact. He joins a roster of Spica, Doublelift and PowerOfEvil.
Huni will replace Broken Blade as the top laner of the dynastic North American franchise.
— Jacob Wolf (@JacobWolf) November 17, 2020
While this move has not been confirmed by the team, it was one that Travis Gafford had initially posed as a possibility earlier in the day.
What this does confirm is that Broken Blade is no longer the TSM top laner. This comes after two seasons with the team, one Worlds appearance, one LCS title and another finals appearance.
Huni will be joining a roster that will be without Bjergsen for the first time in seven years. This team will be trying to not only find its identity without him but also with him as a head coach. Luckily for Huni, TSM showed that they played well through the top lane. With a younger player like Spica, a more experienced veteran in Huni might help him not only to grow in skill but also in understanding the game.
TSM still have yet to announce who their support will be. There is a lot of speculation around an eastern player like Life, Effort or Swordart. Nothing has been confirmed as of yet but as soon as it if TGH will be on top of it.
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