Worlds 2022 champion reportedly flirting with transfer to Team Liquid

One participant from DRX’s League of Legends World Championship-winning roster is ready to fly to North America. According to a report from’s Alejandro Gomis at the moment, Hong “Pyosik” Chang-hyeon has reached a verbal settlement with Team Liquid and is ready to turn out to be the group’s beginning jungler within the LCS for the upcoming season.

Based on the most recent report, Pyosik will full the complete Korean-speaking roster that the org deliberate for 2023, coached by former SKT T1 world champion Jang “MaRin” Gyeong-hwan.

According to unbiased journalists Brieuc Seeger and Travis Gafford, Park “Summit” Woo-tae will return to NA as Liquid’s beginning high laner. For the mid lane and ADC positions, Liquid confirmed Harry “Haeri” Kang and Sean “Yeon” Sung will probably be promoted from the academy group. Jo “CoreJJ” Yong-in would be the beginning help.

Pyosik has by no means competed in one other group except for DRX. He began from the academy group and was shortly promoted to the primary group the place he grew to become the franchise participant during the last two years.

Related: Liquid debuts new LCS roster-building philosophy by selling two Academy rookies for 2023

After some disappointing ends in 2021, Pyosik was a part of the miracle run that introduced DRX from virtually lacking LCK playoffs to successful Worlds 2022, beating T1 3-2 within the finals. Despite the outcomes, the DRX roster wasn’t in a position to stick collectively, with Kim “Zeka” Geon-woo, Hwang “Kingen” Seong-hoon and Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyu already reaching agreements with different squads.

With Pyosik set to affix Liquid, BeryL is the one participant left from the Worlds-winning lineup to haven’t locked a group.

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