Who’s New In The LCO
Published on Feb 1, 2022
We’re well into week two in what’s shaping up to be a banger start to the LCO – Delivered by Menulog in 2022.
If you’re new to the LCO, you might be wondering – what’s been happening over the off-season?
Well, with some international additions this split, the LCO’s levelled up in terms of overseas experience. Read on to find out who’s new this year.
These players previously competed in OCE, had a stint overseas, and are now back to make the LCO more competitive than it’s ever been in 2022.
Raes competed in the LCS for Immortals in the role of bot lane, and now plays for The Chiefs as bot lane
Topoon competed in the LCS Academy for Immortals and now plays for The Chiefs as Top Lane
Arthur competed in the LCK for Hanwha Life Esports and now plays for The Chiefs as Jungle
Balkhan competed over in Turkey and Brazil for Galatasary and Redemption POA and now plays for Pentanet.GG as Jungle. Also, Balkhan previously played for Bombers at MSI in 2019
Rogue competed in the LFL over in France for Izi Dream and now plays for Pentanet.GG as Support
Corporal competed in the LJL over in Japan for for Fukuoka Softbank Hawks Gaming and now plays for ORDER as Support
Thien competed in the LCS Academy for Counter Logic Gaming and now plays for Peace as Top Lane
International players competing in OCE for the first time
Yuri competed over in Brazil for Rensga Esports and now plays for Pentanet.GG as Mid lane
As you can see, we’ve got a lot of new faces coming into the LCO this Split – and that means some interesting shake-ups to how the standings are looking this Split, as we’ve already seen after week 2! Remember to follow us on twitch.tv/lco and sign up to the lco newsletter at lco.gg/subscribe to be the first to hear about LCO news, tickets, giveaways and more.