Mimic Joins Legacy

Legacy Esports would like to welcome new Top Laner Min Ju-Sung to the League of Legends roster.

Known as ‘Mimic’, he recently played in Europe and has previously been a sub for South Korean team, KT Rolster.

Head of Esports Tim Wendel is enthusiastic about the move, saying Mimic brings a wealth of experience.

“Each region tends to have its own unique style and Mimic will give us an edge over our rivals because of the time has spent in foreign competitions,” Wendel said.

Mimic competes at the challenger level in Korea, which is arguably the strongest of the regions. He will link up with his team mates in Seoul when they head to South Korea for an upcoming bootcamp.

“Spending time in Korea will provide the team with a high level of competition with which to hone their skills before the split begins,” Wendel said.

“It will also give them time to get to know each other and start playing with Mimic so they can build some chemistry.”

Mimic is currently in Korea and pending approval from Riot OCE.

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