LEC Roster Tracker and Rumours

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LEC Roster Tracker and Rumours

The whole EMEA scene will change – follow the roster swaps with the LEC Roster Tracker!

Even though the 2023 League of Legends World Championship is still on, many teams have started to get ready for the 2024 season. Even though most of the roster changes are rumours, there are some changes that are all but confirmed such as Vulcan and Jojopyun joining Cloud9 in the LCS. Still these rumours come from trustworthy sources such as LEC Woolo, anonimotum and ExpressLOL.

This article will be updated as new roster changes and rumours release.

LEC Roster Tracker and Rumours

Astralis

Astralis Confirmed Changes

The only confirmed change for Astralis at the moment is that Turkish jungler, 113 has left the organization on October 23rd, leaving the team without a jungler. This leaves Finn. LIDER, Kobbe and JeongHoon in the active roster, meaning that we could see them play again.

Astralis Roster

  • Finn “Finn” Wiestál
  • Adam “LIDER” Ilyasov
  • Kasper “Kobbe” Kobberup
  • Lee “JeongHoon” Jeong-hoon

Astralis Rumours

There have been no rumours about the team’s roster, but the Danish esports organization might sell their LEC spot after 2 seasons. They seem to have found a buyer in one of the most popular EMEA orgs, Karmine Corp, who were looking to buy into the LEC’s franchise system last year, but were unable to do so. If Karmine Corp joins the league, they would need a completely new roster – and due to the LEC changing the minimum age to compete to 18, they couldn’t promote their star player, Caliste.

November 9th: German ADC Upset is supposed to play for Karmine Corp for 2024.

November 10th: Chinese jungler Bo is supposedly leaving Team Vitality to play for Karmine Corp. On the same day, YamatoCannon supposedly reached a verbal agreement to be the team’s coach.

November 23rd: Karmine Corps supposed team is Cabochard, Bo, Saken, Upset and Targamas

Excel Esports

Excel Esports Confirmed Changes

Excel Esports haven’t changed anything in their roster as of now, but on October 27th, they extended their ADC’s contrant, meaning that Patrik should be playing for them until 2025. LIMIT’s and Abbedagge’s contracts will expire at the end of this year, while Peach and Odoamne should be staying until 2024.

Excel Esports Roster

  • Andrei “Odoamne” Pascu
  • Lee “Peach” Min-gyu
  • Felix “Abbedagge” Braun
  • Patrik “Patrik” Jírú
  • Dino “LIMIT” Tot

Excel Esports Rumours

The one rumour about Excel Esports so far is that a new ERL midlaner, Jackies could join the team. He previously played in Hitpoint Masters for Entropiq, winning both the Summer Playoffs and the Winter Main Event.

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November 12th: Ignar reached a verbal agreement with Excel Esports, should be their support for 2024

November 13th: Peach is supposed to remain with the team in the next season.

November 23rd: Excel Esports should field the team of Odoamne, Peach, Jackies, Patrik and IgNar in 2024

Fnatic

Fnatic Confirmed Changes

Outside of Wunder’s temporary substitute status ending on September 27th and a roleswapped Rekkles leaving the team officially on October 12th, Fnatic haven’t made any changes to their team. Even though they didn’t have an outstanding performance at Worlds, the same roster could very well be fielded in 2024.

Fnatic Roster

  • Óscar “Oscarinin” Munóz Jiménez
  • Iván “Razork” Martín Díaz
  • Marek “Humanoid” Brázda
  • Oh “Noah” Hyeon-taek
  • Adrian “Trymbi” Trybus

Fnatic Rumours

November 13th: Kwangdong Freecs support Jun is set to join Fnatic, filling in the spot left by Trymbi.

November 23rd: Fnatic's team should be Oscarinin, Razork, Humanoid, Noah and Jun

G2 Esports

G2 Esports Confirmed Changes

G2 Esports haven’t confirmed any roster changes so far.

G2 Esports Roster

  • Sergen “BrokenBlade” Celik
  • Martin “Yike” Sundelin
  • Rasmus “Caps” Borregaard Winther
  • Steven “Hans sama” Liv
  • Mihael “Mikyx” Mehle

LEC Roster Tracker G2 Esports

G2 Esports Rumours

So far, there have been no rumours regarding the players of G2 Esports or otherwise.

November 23rd: G2 Esports will run it back in 2024!

KOI

KOI Confirmed Changes

While the roster of the team didn’t change yet, the structure of KOI has been drastically altered. Ibai Llanos, the streamer and founder of the organization decided to part ways with Infinite Reality, former owners of Rogue and current owners of KOI. This means that KOI is now in the hands of Infinite Reality, but there’s no reports of Rogue returning or a new partnership.

KOI Roster

  • Mathias “Szygenda” Jensen
  • Kim “Malrang” Geun-seong
  • Emil “Larssen” Larsson
  • Markos “Comp” Stamkopoulos
  • Henk “Advienne” Reijenga

KOI Rumours

According to LEC Woolo, midlaner Larssen might not play for KOI next year. The Swedish midlaner reportedly had a verbal agreement with KOI to extend his contract for the 2024 season, but has been exploring his options since the end of the LEC. KOI had an underwhelming year, which could mean that some changes are inbound for the organization in their LoL Roster as well as their structure.

November 23rd: KOI will return to the Rogue brand, should field the Szygenda, Markoon, Larssen, Comp, Zoelys roster

MAD Lions

MAD Lions Confirmed Changes

There’s only one change confirmed for MAD Lions so far: Pad, the team’s Strategic Coach who helped the squad at Worlds as a Head Coach due to Mac not being able to attend the event has left the team on October 28th.

MAD Lions Roster

  • Kim “Chasy” Dong-hyeon
  • Javier “Elyoya” Prades Batalla
  • Yasin “Nisqy” Dincer
  • Matyás “Carzzy” Orság
  • Zdravets “Hylissang” Iliev Galabov

MAD Lions Rumours

MAD Lions had their fair share of leaks and reports in the past few weeks. First, there have been reports that MAD could join forces with Spanish organization Movistar Riders in a joint venture for 2024. Due to this, all the staff of the org has been allowed to explore their options.

In terms of players, two ERL players, Supa and Alvaro has been reported to reach verbal agreements with the team to be their new botlane. The Spanish players played for Movistar, which seems to confirm the merger between the teams. They reached the Grand Final of the 2023 Summer EMEA Masters earlier this year.

LEC Roster Tracker MAD Lions

From the current roster, Elyoya seems to be the only one who is all but confirmed to stay. The Spanish jungler has been the centrepiece for the team for a few seasons now, and with the Spanish players joining, he could lead the charge to the top.

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November 9th: Polish Midlaner Fresskowy is set to join MAD Lions alongside the other ERL prospects, continuing to sign more Movistar Riders players.

November 23rd: Myrwn, Elyoya, Fresskowy, Supa and Alvaro should be the Team of Lions next year

SK Gaming

SK Gaming Confirmed Changes

So far, no changes have been confirmed for the German organization, but Sertuss’ and Doss’ contracts are expiring at the end of the season.

SK Gaming Roster

  • Joel “Irrelevant” Miro Scharoll
  • Mark “Markoon” van Woensel
  • Daniel “Sertuss” Gamani
  • Thomas “Exakick” Foucou
  • Mads “Doss” Schwartz

SK Gaming Rumours

Movistar Riders’ 2023 jungler, Isma is reportedly joining SK Gaming, which would mean that Markoon is getting benched. Isma made it to the EMEA Masters Summer Final, and was expected in the LEC even last year, so it’s high time he joined the League.

November 10th: MAD Lions midlaner Nisqy is set out to be the new mid for SK Gaming, swapping out Sertuss.

LEC Roster Tracker

November 23rd: Irrelevant, Isma, Nisqy, Exakick and Doss should be teaming up next year to play for SK Gaming

Team BDS

Team BDS Confirmed Changes

The only confirmed change for Team BDS is that the team’s Head Coach, GotoOne left the team on November 3rd, while Striker, the former Assistant Coach has been promoted to Head Coach.

Team BDS Roster

  • Adam “Adam” Maanane
  • Théo “Sheo” Borilé
  • Ilias “nuc” Bizriken
  • Jus “Crownie” Marusic
  • Labros “Labrov” Papoutsakis

Team BDS Rumours

The one rumour regarding Team BDS has caused some controversy: reportedly, Crownie won’t be a part of the team even though his contract was extended through 2024 back in July – but the player didn’t know about the change before it got leaked. Nothing is confirmed yet.

November 23rd: Zero Tenacity ADC Ice should join Adam, Sheo, Nuc and Labrov for the next season.

Team Heretics

Team Heretics Confirmed Changes

Samux, the team’s Assistant Coach left Team Heretics on October 29th, but so far, no other changes have been confirmed.

Team Heretics Roster

  • Shunsuke “Evi” Murase
  • Marcin “Jankos” Jankowski
  • Vincent “Vetheo” Berrié
  • Victor “Flakked” Lirola Tortosa
  • Mertai “Mersa” Sari

Team Heretics Rumours

Former G2 Esports players Wunder and Perkz are reportedly rejoining their ex-teammates Jankos and Flakked, while Kaiser is also supposed to join the Spanish organization – read more here.

LEC Roster Tracker Team Heretics

November 23rd: Kaiser and G3 – so Wunder, Jankos, Perkz and Flakked – will fight under Team Heretics' name next season.

Team Vitality

Team Vitality Confirmed Changes

On October 27th, Perkz have officially left Team Vitality, which supports the rumours about the Croatian midlaner joining the ranks of Team Heretics.

Team Vitality Roster

  • Kyeong “Photon” Gyu-tae
  • Zhou “Bo” Yang-Bo
  • Elias “Upset” Lipp
  • Norman “Kaiser” Kaiser

Team Vitality Rumours

Other than Perkz leaving the team and reportedly joining Heretics, Daglas is supposed to be promoted to the main roster of Vitality. The young pole subbed in for Bo near the end of the Summer Split, when the Chinese player was underperforming and was benched.

November 23rd: Vetheo will join Carzzy, Hylissang, Photon and Daglas to play for Team Vitality, coached by Mac and Pad

LEC Roster Tracker Team Vitality

As stated at the top of this article, it will be updated as more roster changes and rumours get released.

LEC Roster Tracker and Rumours
Bence Loksa
Bence "Atreus" Loksa is a freelance journalist and League of Legends shoutcaster, covering all things esports and gaming, also yelling loudly at big plays happening on the Summoner's Rift. While his main focus is Riot Games' hit MOBA, he also dabbles in Call of Duty, VALORANT, and as of recent, the tabletop wargame Warhammer 40,000 - where he looks to make some grudges with his Leagues of Votann army.