After weeks of rumors, the LCS Free Agency period has officially begun. Teams have been working around the clock to put together the best roster they can. Now, the time for discussions is over. The LCS rosters are taking shape for the 2023 LCS Season. One of the moves officially confirmed by TSM is that they will be signing Neo to start in the bot lane for next year. Here is the latest.
Even though Worlds 2022 was in NA, the LCS struggled mightily. Cloud9, 100 Thieves and Evil Geniuses went a combined 3-15 during the group stages with only EG finishing above fourth due to a tiebreaker. Many had hoped things would be different but it felt like not only were the teams outclasses but that they were far behind on the meta.
Heading into 2023, teams will be looking to make changes that will hopefully propel them toward a title and a better time at Worlds.
TSM sign another ADC coming off a disappointing year in Neo but hope that it will work out better than things did with Tactical. He has shown the ability to play the position at a very high level but it has felt as though he is very team dependent or at least support dependent. Considering how big of a surprise Chime was, TSM could surprise the LCS with a solid bot lane.
TSM are coming off the worst year in their history. The experiment with players from the LPL did not work like they had hoped. Along with this, a lot of their year was marred with scandals, disciplinary investigations and just generally bad play. Even still, they managed to surprise everyone and make a bit of a run in the playoffs. Fans will likely be hoping for similar results.
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