After years of sponsoring specific players, Red Bull has officially picked up a full League of Legends team. The announcement came on Thursday, with the full roster revealed on Red Bull’s official website.
The Red Bulls will be playing in the EU Challenger Series, aiming to qualify for a spot in the 2018 EU LCSSpring Split.
The team will be led by former Team Vitality and H2K support Raymond “kaSing” Tsang, who hasn’t played on the LCS stage since the end of 2016.
The full roster is as follows:
- Park “Thal” Kwon-hyuk – Top
- Moojin “MooJin” Kim – Jungle
- Felix “MagicFelix” Boström – Mid
- Tarik “Sedrion” Holz – AD Carry
- Raymond “kaSing” Tsang – Support
MagicFelix and Sedrion have both previously played for Euronics Gaming, a team that just today dropped their roster in order to sign former Mysterious Monkeys players.
For more on the Red Bulls and their potential path to the EU LCS, head over to the Yahoo Esports League of Legends hub.
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