After announcing their initial League of Legends roster earlier this month, UK eSports org Last Remedy Gaming have brought in some new additions.
The team have signed Daniel “Wendelbo” Wendelbo on loan, who currently plays for Team Huma in the EU Challenger Series. He will play with Last Remedy during the upcoming ESL UK Summer Season, as the team look to qualify for the next UK Premiership.
Wendelbo will return to Huma at a later date once the Challenger Series starts up again.
— Last Remedy Gaming (@LastRemedy) July 30, 2016
Last Remedy have also picked up UK player Alex “Synygy” Winton as a sub support. He has played for the likes of Perilous Void and the University of Birmingham in the past.
Meanwhile, former support Chris “Carniflexin” Swain has moved to the role of analyst.
It’s been a busy few weeks for Last Remedy, with Jon ‘LR5_Taty’ Ellis being brought in as coach, and former top-laner GashandSlash departing the team, to be replaced by Domen “Gez” Benčina.
Here’s Last Remedy’s line-up:
- Top: Domen ‘GEZ’ Benčina
- Jungle: Joe ‘Trilipe’ Phillip
- Mid: Joe ‘AguerJoe’ Norris
- ADC: Isaac ‘Radio’
- Support: Daniel ‘Wendelbo’ Wendelbo
- Support sub: Alex ‘Synygy’ Winton
- Coach: Jon ‘LR5_Taty‘ Ellis
- Analyst: Chris ‘Carniflexin’ Swain
Elsewhere, Team Huma UK mid-laner Marc “Caedrel” Lamont has moved across to Baskonia eSports, where he will be playing as ADC on loan. He will return to Huma when the Challenger Series starts up again.
Huma failed to qualify for the EU LCS Spring Promotion recently, losing to Millenium 3-1 in the Challenger Series EU semi-final playoff.
Misfits (who have Penta-stealing British top-laner Alphari) won the EU CS finals and will be participating in the EU LCS Spring Promotion along with Millenium.
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