After so much anticipation, the time has come. TSM has finally announced Tristan ‘PowerOfEvil’ Schrage as a replacement league for Soren ‘Bjergsen’ Bjerg in an extraordinary announcement video.
After Bjergsen announced his move to head coach at TSM, speculation began about his replacement. PowerOfEvil has been regularly cited as a natural successor as a potential option due to his experience with Misfits and FlyQuest in the world and his history of winning games 1v9 – an important part of Bjergsen’s influence on the team.
PoE is known to TSM fans. He first announced himself on Unicorns of Love after dominating IEM San Jose Bjergsen in 2015, and was part of the Misfits team that knocked TSM out of groups at the 2017 Worlds.
Although FlyQuest dropped out of a tough group at Worlds 2020, PoE impressed. He scored the fourth highest damage per minute of the tournament’s 16 midlaners; Bjergsen was last.
PoE’s historic successes over TSM spark Bjergsen’s PTSD in the announcement video, which, like Bjergsen’s own 2013 announcement, features some Oscar-worthy actors.
With his signature, PoE is only the third middle that TSM represents after Bjergsen replaced co-owner Andy ‘Reginald’ Dinh in 2013.
Bjergsen’s exit from the midlane came as a bit of a shock to the fans, but changes had to be made after the team failed to exit the group stage again at Worlds. With a 6-0 record, TSM also became the worst pool-one team in the competition.
The current TSM squad still has a few gaps. Last season’s top planner, Sergen « Broken Blade » Celik, will be released by the team. The ex-Fnatic and SKT planner Heo ‘Huni’ Seung-hoon is to replace him. Worlds 2020 finalist Hu ‘SwordArt’ Shuo-Chieh is said to have teamed up with Yiliang ‘Doublelift’ Peng to support the team.
It’s a transition period at TSM as they have lost such a crucial impact on the Rift, but in PoE they have a talented player who has all the tools to have an immediate impact on the team.
The fnatic midlaner Tim ‘Nemesis’ Lipovšek has drawn on the ‘unprofessional’ public criticism from teammate Gabriel ‘Bwipo’ Rau after the top laner suggested that the team’s underperformances were due to the mid and jungle game were.
It’s been a tumultuous few days for Fnatic LoL fans, especially considering the most famous player of all time has risen to become their biggest rival. In fact, it was a somewhat disappointing year in general. Fnatic reached the LEC finals both times, only to be swept clean twice by G2. At the World Championships, the team suffered the first setback of the competition in the quarter-finals against Top Esports.
In Christian « IWillDominate » Rivera’s panel show, « The Crack Down », Bwipo went into the reasons why Fnatic has not improved G2’s successes in this season’s LEC and Worlds.
Bwipo suggested that Fnatic should have dropped his self-made and nemesis combo in the middle of the jungle, particularly because of self-made’s inability to play selflessly. . Then he said, « It ends up with a team that I don’t really like. I didn’t feel like our team was connected at all. ”
Rekkles is gone and @Bwipo could be next. He publicly whipped self-made and hinted that this is his last year for @FNATIC. Behind the scenes at the #LEC giants, something must seriously go wrong. image. Twitter. com / 0Z45eTMLQ7
Nemesis took the time on his stream to address Bwipo’s criticisms of himself and self-made in Fnatic’s bouts this year. He said, « I don’t do these things, it’s super unprofessional. I don’t go out in public or talk about other people on my team. ”
It’s unlikely Nemesis will ever play for Fnatic again anyway, given that the off-season carousel is really on. Nisqy, who was replaced by Perkz at Cloud9, is believed to be Fnatic’s new middle, which means Nemesis is likely on its way out.
Since Rekkles is already around the corner, it will be interesting to see who brings Fnatic in as a replacement.
The fans hope that the new line-up will achieve great success and maybe even offer the G2 Esports super team a shock challenger. After Perkz leaves, which could lead to teething problems, Fnatic will attempt to develop a team that can hit the ground beneath their feet.
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