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  • SMLZ joins Suning Gaming

    Rumors have flooded Weibo since the Rogue Warriors officially announced the departure of all their players. AD carry Han "SMLZ"

    Former RNG coach Heart joins EDward Gaming

    Lee "Heart" Gwan-hyung surprised many fans of the LoL Pro League with his departure announcement, but now his destination is

    Kuro leaves the LCK to join Bilibili Gaming

    Today, Bilibili Gaming announced the acquisition of Afreeca Freecs mid laner Lee "Kuro" Seo-haeng. Kuro spent the 2018 season with

    Suning Gaming sign Maple and SwordArt

    Suning Gaming announced the acquisition of mid laner Huang "Maple" Yi-tang and support Hu "SwordArT" Shuo-jie. Maple and SwordArT both

    Baolan re-signs with Invictus Gaming for three years

    Contrasting yesterday's news, Wang "Baolan" Liu-yi has chosen to re-sign with Invictus Gaming for three years. Invictus Gaming announced the

    Flawless leaves Rogue Warriors, announces free agency

    Today, Inven reported that Sung "Flawless" Yeon-Jun has left LoL Pro League team Rogue Warriors. He will explore the free

    Invictus Gaming's Post-Semifinal Worlds Press Conference

    Invictus Gaming thoroughly routed Europe's G2 Esports in today's Worlds semifinal match, 3-0 -- proving that the LoL Pro League's Second

    Wang Sicong Will Personally Cheer on Invictus Gaming at Worlds

    Today, it was reported by Score.GG that Invictus Gaming reached out to its fans on Weibo and asked: Will any

    Royal Never Give Up Falls off the Golden Road

    2018 LPL Spring, 2018 Mid-Season Invitational, Rift Rivals 2018, and 2018 LPL Summer all ended in victory for the same

    iG Ning: "Even if we lost, we would have showed how strong we are. That’s the mentality we had in Game 5."

    Invictus Gaming is China's 2nd seed, but traditionally lacks the stability to stay at the very top. Despite that, today

    iG JackeyLove on Uzi: "He is so strong... Once you play a game with him, you will get stronger because of him."

    Invictus Gaming and the League of Legends Pro League (LPL) continued their reign of terror in the World Championship Group

    EDG Haro: "When I was playing on stage, my body was actually shaking a bit."

    EDward Gaming dropped a match to Latin America North representative, Infinity Esports, but still secured a 3-1 record in the

    EDG Meiko: "It’s definitely a much tougher journey to have to play so many games... I feel like the process is like being reborn."

    EDward Gaming has traditionally been the king of China, but this year, they had to qualify through the regional qualifier.