Heo ‘Huni’ Seung-hoon is the top laner for TSM’s main squad, joining the organization in the 2021 pre-season. Huni is, to say the least, one of the more storied individuals still playing professional League of Legends. After an incredible rookie season on Fnatic in 2015, with a perfect 18-0 record in the summer split, Huni came to North America in search of greater ventures, also setting the best regular split win record in 2016. He then went on to join the legendary SKT in 2017, making it to the finals of the World Championship. Since then, Huni has returned to North America, where he qualified for Worlds again in 2019. Despite recent inconsistent performances, Huni’s record is testament to his value and skill as a player. Coming into TSM, Huni will be looking to regain his previous form - looking for more trophies and records to his name.
Mingyi ‘Spica’ Lu is the starting jungler for TSM, joining the organization just before the 2019 Summer Split. Spica made his entry into the professional scene after making his first appearance at Riot’s 2017 Scouting Grounds where he demonstrated his skill and work ethic. He was picked up originally for TSM’s Academy Team for his potential, eventually being promoted to the main squad. Despite many doubters and the difficulty of his role, Spica was able to prove to the world that he is capable of competing amongst the best - enabling his team to win the 2020 LCS Summer Playoffs. Now one of the few remaining homegrown North American talents, many eyes are on Spica to continue his growth as a player and are excited to see how far he can go.
Tristan ‘PowerOfEvil’ Schrage is the mid laner for TSM, joining the organization at the start of the 2021 Season. Despite PowerOfEvil’s massive shoes to fill, coming in to replace longtime TSM star Bjergsen, he is certainly no slouch. Having been to multiple world championships as a dark horse, PoE has time and time again impressed the international community by going toe to toe with many of the best mid laners at the highest level of competition. With extremely consistent and dependable gameplay, PowerOfEvil can be relied upon by his team to be a rock in the mid lane. With his new team and coach, who can say what new heights he can reach.
Lawrence Sze Yuy Hui
Lawrence ‘Lost’ Sze Yuy Hui is the starting TSM ADC, signing with the organization in November 2019. Lost is an import from the OPL, where he and his team went virtually undefeated as they swept the region’s amateur scene and promotion tournament back in 2016. Although he signed with Echo Fox at the end of 2017 to be a part of their Academy team, he was often brought in for LCS matches and playoff/regional finals. After an impressive showing on the 2020 Academy team, Lost has been promoted to the primary LCS squad, where many eyes will be on him to perform on the main stage.
Hú Shuò Jié
Hú ‘SwordArt’ Shuò Jié is the support for TSM, becoming a part of the team after a high-octane offseason at the end of 2020. SwordArt is a legend from the LMS - once a part of the Flash Wolves that dominated the region for much of pro League of Legends history. After making it to the finals of Worlds in 2020 on Suning, few are left to question his international reputation as one of the best supports on the planet. With his famous shotcalling and leadership in-game, SwordArt will be a part of the new TSM - seeking to help rebuild the team and take it to the next level.