LCS 2022: Summit and Fudge to Join Cloud9 for Next Season of LCS. Park “Summit” Woo-tae, a former Liiv SANDBOX top laner, has verbally agreed to play top for Cloud9 LoL Roster, according to sources. Ibrahim “Fudge” Allami will switch to the mid lane as a result of this decision, bringing an end to C9’s lengthy quest for their 2022 solo laners, which saw them consider a number of possibilities in Cloud9 LoL Roster.
The team’s new AD carrier is yet to be named. Zven could end up on C9’s roster, but with Winsome’s addition, the team’s roster structure is more open. Despite competing in the LCK Challenger league, Winsome was born and raised in the United States. As a result, he is considered a North American resident under Riot’s interregional movement policy, and the team does not lose an import slot as a result.
LCS 2022: Summit and Fudge to Join Cloud9 for Next Season of LCS
C9 was eliminated in the quarterfinals of the 2021 League of Legends World Championship. Despite the fact that it was the finest performance by an LCS squad, star mid laner Perkz decided to leave in favor of a return to the LEC with Team Vitality. Despite speculations that Fnatic mid-laner Yasin “Nisqy” Dinçer was being courted by C9, a recent clip on Nisqy’s broadcast shows him indicating that he will not be competing for the next split.
Summit has been playing League of Legends in Korea for almost a decade. He finished third in the Korean Regional Finals and won the IeSF 9th Esports World Championship while playing for Liiv SANDBOX. Isles was one of the most accomplished support players in Oceanic history before joining Cloud9 Academy last year, winning two editions of the Oceanic Pro League and representing the region at Worlds 2020.
However, if this is the smartest option for Cloud9 will remain an issue. They’ll start sophomore Fudge in an off-role, while academy prospect Johan ‘Isles’ Rosario is anticipated to join them in the starting lineup.