Bjergsen to apparently sign with 100 Thieves ahead of 2023 LCS season

10-year LCS veteran Bergen will play for 100 Burglars League of Legends team next season, according to a report from independent League journalist Brood Seeger.

Even still, Bergen had an exceptional season, leading the LCS in DA during both the Spring and Summer Divides, with marks of 8.9 and 8.7, respectively, according to League stats site Oracles Elixir.

Bergen, who had actually formerly retired from League following the 2020 season, went back to competitive play this year with Team Liquid. He had just bet one prior organization in his lengthy profession, TSM, and will now make the approach his 3rd North American group ever in 100T.

Bergen reported move to 100T has actually been distributing throughout the LCS report mill for a number of weeks, and his name has even been linked to previous TSM teammate Double lift, who might join Bergen at 100T. The groups complete lineup has yet to be reported, although 100T also apparently means to promote North Americas number one total prospect, support player Music, to the LCS stage.


Bergen was officially launched from Liquid earlier this month and will reportedly join his second group in as lots of years after playing simply one season with Liquid.

This year, Bergen was brought onto Liquid as the teams prospective focal point. The group had goals to be a lineup that would potentially be the best roster that the region had actually seen in the last years, according to an August statement from Steve ARPANET, the groups’ owner. Regardless of its indisputable super team status, Liquid were gotten rid of from the LCS summer playoffs in the lower bracket quarterfinals, missing out on the World Championship by simply one game.

100T has yet to reveal any official roster relocations. The entire teams beginning lineup, save for to planer Sunday, is contracted to the company through the end of the 2023 season, according to the League international contract database.

The group has been making relocations in its front office, changing long time general supervisor Chris PapaSmithy Smith with an internal promo of Joseph JungleJuice Gang, while likewise launching head coach BOK Reapered Hang. Whether those coaching and management modifications will drip down fully to the starting lineup at large remains to be seen.

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