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Team MVP Announces New Roster For 2018 LoL Season

Posted 14th December 2018 By: Derpina

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Esports News – South Korean gaming organization Team MVP first signed their first-ever League of Legends roster in May 2012, giving birth to MVP Blue, MVP White, and MVP Red. One of the sub-teams disbanded, while the other two now operate under other names. Succeeding the rise and fall of the organization, Team MVP is back on track this 2019 with new players.

2019 roster

Bot laner Na “Pilot” Woo-Hyung, support Jong-Bin “Max” Jeong, and mid laner Jun-Hyeong “Ian” An left the team, but Team MVP’s coach Hyung-Sik “MaHa” Oh stayed with two other players to introduce a new roster for the 2019 season of League of Legends tournaments.

  • Kim “Carrot” Byeong-jun – the new top laner for MVP. He was discovered by the team at KesPA CUP 2018. He will replace Kang “ADD” Geon-mo’s position.
  • Kim “Yondu” Kyu-Seok – previously known as “Beyond”. He’s the current jungler for MVP and has been with the team for 2 years now. He witnessed and contributed to Team MVP’s impressive performances at Rift Rivals 2017: LCK vs LPL vs LMS and LCK Summer 2018 – Promotion.
  • Lee “Edge” Ho-seong – the new midlaner of the team. He made his professional debut by joining KT Rolster as a substitute midlaner in 2014 but left the team to join Najin e-mFire (now known as Kongdoo Monster). His former team faced the previous roster of Team MVP at the 2016 LCK Spring Season.
  • Seo “Garden” Jeong-won – the current bot laner of the team. He was previously known as “Wega” and played under the banner of HOU Gaming. His first and only match before joining Team MVP was the CK 2018 Summer Promotion.
  • Cho “Motive” Se-hee – the new support player of the team. He made his debut at the LCK 2018 Summer under Team MVP.

Team MVP’s timeline and achievements

After some of its sub-teams disbanded, MVP White was renamed to Ozone and became the flagship team. The LoL team won the Champions Spring 2013 and executed impressive performances at Challenger Series. It was in 2015 when Team MVP announced that they would return to the competitive scene. The team usually place 4th and 5th at every LoL regional tournaments, earning them the overall 41% win rate and 455th world rank.



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