Wed. Jul 6th, 2022

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UPDATE: December 1: KT Rolster announced via their official Facebook that the former midfielder for Detonation FocusMe, Lee “Aria” Ga-eul, will join KT’s LCK list for the 2022 season.

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When he debuted at LJL in 2019, he received the title of ‘The best mid laner in Japan’ for his performance throughout his tenure. As a midfielder for DFM, he helped lead his team to group play for the Worlds this year, which was the first time in LoL Esports history for any LJL team to get past the play-in stages.

KT recently announced their ‘Racal-Cuzz-Aiming-Life’ list for their 2022 list. With Aria joining, KT’s full list has been revealed.

UPDATE: November 23: After announcing their jungles and bot lanes on November 19, KT Rolster announced that Kim “Rascal” Kwang-hee and Kim “Life” Jeong-min have joined the team for the 2022 season.

Both Rascal and Life became FAs after both of their contracts ended in 2021. Rascal joined Gen.G in 2020 and was the starting top lane for the team, while Life debuted under Gen.G in 2019. Both Rascal and Life leave Gen. .G after a long period with the team, joining Moon “Cuzz” Woo-chan and Kim “Aiming” Ha-ram for KT’s 2022 season.

As for the unannounced mid laner for the team, many sources point to the Worlds 2021 finals MVP, mid laner Lee “Scout” Ye-chan. With KT bringing top LCK players to their 2022 list, they hope to become the 2022 championship challenger.

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On November 19, KT Rolster announced that they had signed a two-year deal with jungler Moon “Cuzz” Woo-chan and bot-laner Kim “Aiming” Ha-ram.

Cuzz made his LCK debut as jungles for Longzhu Gaming (Kingzone DragonX, DRX) in 2018. After two years, he joined SK Telecom T1 for the 2020 season. Cuzz won the 2020 LCK Spring split championship and became the final MVP.

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Aiming started his career as a T1 Academy player in 2016 and made his LCK debut in 2018 with the Afreeca Freecs. After two years with AF, he came to kt Rolster in 2020 and then went to LPL to play for BLG in 2021. After a year in LPL, Aiming returned to kt Rolster.

KT Rolster finished in seventh place in both the spring and summer divisions of LCK 2021. Hoping to turn around a disappointing year, KT Rolster has parted ways with five players, including Choi “Doran” Hyeon-joon, Kang “Blank” Sun- gu, Kim “Dove” Jae-yeon, son “Ucal” Woo-hyeon and Jang “Zzus” Joon-soo.

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