Roster Changes to Consider for League of Legends Predictionsby Hector Zeller CEO of Tipify.gg
The teams competing in League of Legends (LoL) competitions is as vicious and competitive as the game itself, it may be given that these matches or the whole idea of competitive gaming are their way of life. Hence, they take everything LoL seriously. Like the teams, you, as a bettor, should also be competitive and dedicated to making League of Legends predictions if you want to win or let’s say it casually—to get rich.
LoL betting is easy, but there are factors affecting the results, most importantly your League of Legends betting predictions. One important thing to consider is the roster changes every match. Teams change their players when there is a need to do so and when the team wants to improve their performances and rankings. In the case of these teams we were about to tell you, they change some of their 2017 players to get ready for LoL 2018 Major tournaments.
Listed below are the notable LoL roster changes:
South Korea’s Samsung Galaxy
The team was the first place in one of the biggest LoL tournament, the 2017 Season World Championship. Hence, it is surprising to fans that they have made some changes on their line-up. Lee "Stitch" Seung-ju, the alternate ADC player of the team, has transferred to a newly created esports team, G-Rex. Kwon "Wraith" Ji Min, an alternate support player of Samsung Galaxy, moved Jin Air Green Wings.
South Korea’s SK Telecom T1
SK Telecom T1 has yet to disappoint your League of Legends predictions since the team holds the title of top player with the biggest prize pool won in all LoL major tournaments. The team, however, has been defeated by Samsung Galaxy on the previous finals. Nevertheless, SK Telecom T1 is one of the best teams to ever grace the LoL arena. This year, three of their players have moved to other teams. Heo "Huni" Seung-hoon will now be playing for Echo Fox, Han "Peanut" Wang-ho is now part of the Kingzone DragonX, and HaNeul 'SKY' Kim transferred to Brazilian team Red Canids.
China’s Royal Never Give Up
The Chinese team bagged the third place in the Worlds, together with Team WE. The players who have played in the finals stayed, but some left the group. Tong "Koro1" Yang, an alternate top laner of the team, moved to Victorious Gaming. He has been replaced by Ying Tian-Ci of the Royal Club. The alternate jungler of the team, Hu “YIHAN” Zhi-Wei, has moved to FunPlus Phoenix and changed his username to Pepper.
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