A Superstar Mid Laner and Worlds Finals Mvp Has Joined Lng Esports for 2023

One of the most skilled League of Legends players has started a new chapter of his competitive journey in 2023 after spending six amazing years with Edward Gaming. Today, Lee “Scout” Ye-chan formally joined LNG Esports, bringing to an end his protracted employment with EDG since joining in 2016. Scout has only played for three teams in his career thus far; in the start of his career, he was a trainee for SK Telecom T1.

The 24-year-old star will be joining fellow Korean superstar Lee “Tarzan” Seung-yong on the roster as they both turn their sights toward another year in the LPL. This exciting mid-jungle duo must guide the younger, more inexperienced members of their team as they focus on making the playoffs and reaching new heights at international events.

As a powerful leader in the mid lane, Scout brings a ton of experience from his countless playoff appearances and attendances at the Mid-Season Invitational and the World Championship. His greatest feat is winning the Summoner’s Cup in 2021, while also winning finals MVP for his efforts.

This past year, EDG were eliminated at Worlds by the eventual champions, DRX. Even still, Scout managed to rack up the third-highest average damage to champions in the tournament’s main stage, while collecting the fourth-most kills in his role, according to League stats aggregate Oracle’s Elixir. He also has a wide champion pool featuring 13 champions over the course of the Summer Split, making him one of the most versatile players in the league.

Scout will, however, need to elevate his play to another level if he wants to find success with this new lineup. If he and Tarzan can find the right amount of synergy early into the new year, LNG could be a sleeper pick for a deep run into the 2023 LPL Spring Split playoffs.

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