Solo doesn't care which League team will take him, as long as he's still playing in the LCS

Solo doesn't care which League team will take him, as long as he's still playing in the LCS ...

TSM's LCS Summer playoff run was short, but much of their success can be credited to Solo, their top laner, who starred in their 3-2 victory over FlyQuest in the League of Legends.

Despite the hour-long delays, he remained calm throughout the game. He played a significant role in bringing the series to Silver Scrapes and a game five, which TSM unfortunately lost.

Solo remains optimistic about his future in the LCS after being eliminated from the LCS and failing to qualify for Worlds 2022.

Solos nomadic League journey

Solo has been playing professionally for eight years in the LCS. He made his debut in 2014 as a member of the Zenith Esports roster. He had moved from one esports organization to another, either as a member of their Academy rosters or in the main lineup.

Throughout his long LCS career, he has represented almost every North American organization in the league.

Solo, is a professional esports athlete? He might be a freakin model. Or a professional footballer with a ripped physique like that. That is by far the best sportsman to ever grace the esports industry.

In an interview with Dexerto, he said he still has faith in his League abilities and his ability to play with the team, particularly adapting to their playstyle.

Im a fairly flexible guy, so I can easily fit into whatever team, he said.

Im just trying to fill in what needs to be filled in and not dominate and be like, this is what you are doing now, everything works around me, im doing comms now. It's just so varies.

Entry into TSM and performance in playoffs

TSM needed a capable top laner in urgent need of Huni's retirement on August 9. So the management decided to promote Solo from Academy and send S0ul there as his replacement.

TSMs favored this decision; Solo popped off against FlyQuest, assisting his team make a comeback and win the series.

In the series against Evil Geniuses, he also played a significant role.


I think I play well, according to him. Be it Impact or Ssumday, I am never a liability, but I believe a lot of the value comes from everyday behind-the-scenes activities, like being extremely consistent.

Solo said that he helps teams win important games and that he is the only one that made similar decisions late in the season.

Future plans in the LCS and League

Solo remains optimistic about his future in the LCS, despite moving across so many teams in his career. He has emerged as one of the best top laners in the region, as can be seen in his recent performances.

I mean I'll play for any LCS team if they have me. I've always thought that's the case. I'll try, for sure, to start next Spring. It's definitely much harder to go into the split where everyone's practiced up and try to be as dominantI mean, yes I'd like to do that.

So well see. It's only a matter of time, he said.

This tricast is made by solo.

Solo was also seen on the analyst desk of the LCS broadcast after TSMs' elimination. He was there with Kobe and Captain Flowers casting game two of the Liquid vs. 100 Thieves series.

The organization may look for an experienced League player to lead them after Spica's contract expires in November.

Despite his age, we might soon see him return with TSM or another organization.