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The ‘Free Agency’ season keeps running, and while Europe and North America are performing some of the biggest roster changes of their histories, the Asian teams do not stay quiet, and big announcements are being done too.

This is the case of the LPL, where some of their strongest teams are suffering a full transformation. The best example of it is LGD Gaming, one of the representatives of the Chinese region at this year’s League of Legends World Championship edition, that has announced today vía Weibo that one of their superstars, Han ‘Peanut‘ Wang-ho is, from now, Free Agent.

Image via LGD Gaming

The official announcement says as follows:

Through friendly and thorough communication between LGD Esports Club and Han “Peanut” Wang-ho, jungler for LGD Gaming, an agreement has been reached and the player’s contract with LGD has been recently terminated. Peanut is now a free agent. 

During his professional career for over 5 years, Peanut had many highlights playing champions such as Lee Sin and Nidalee. Whether being the energetic young player who soon became known in the competitive scene or the famous player who pursued his dream overseas, he is always making attempts and striving for his future.

Meanwhile, during the 363 days he fought along with LGD Gaming, Peanut also had many highlights of his own. Thank you, Peanut, for your contributions over the past year. We hope to see you again in the competitive scene being surrounded by the cheering crowds. We also hope you carry on with enthusiasm and your dream.

At last, thank you fans, for your support for Peanut and LGD Gaming. See you in the next arena!

There is no further information about Peanut’s future, but it looks clear that LGD won’t be his home anymore. Some LPL and foreign teams are for sure very interested in him.

In the meantime, Peanut’s former teammates seem to follow his steps. We have also known that the contract of Langx, Kramer, and Lies have all expired.

Stay tuned to know every roster movement around the world!

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