Legacy League of Legends in North America!

Legacy Esports can confirm Lawrence “Lost” Hui and James “Tally” Shute are currently in North America participating in a training camp at the Echo Fox headquarters.

Legacy does its utmost to provide opportunities for our players to become the best they can be. We wish for  Oceania to continue to grow and playing internationally will continue to be a key component of our development. We are excited to see their individual growth as they get a glimpse into one of the top leagues in the world. We hope to see them return refreshed and ready for a successful 2018 OPL campaign!

That being said, there is a chance  they may be successful in joining an international team and with the recent loss of Tim “Carbon” Wendel as long time jungler there may be a number of opportunities in the main roster which we will do our utmost to fill with talented and driven players.

If you are interested in joining Legacy in 2018 in any role apply at: careers@legacyesports.com.au

In your application please include the following:

-The name of any relevant Solo Queue accounts

-Be Master tier minimum Solo Queue rank (any region)

-Any relevant footage of you playing League

-English speaking

-Able to move to Sydney, Australia

-Competitive experience preferred but not required

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