LCS Spring Proving Grounds 2021 No Org Champions Join Competitive Circuit and Will Compete in PGOQ

Source: Riot Games

For the first time in over a year, League of Legends’ elite North American amateur team, No Org, will join the competitive circuit. 14 months after their championship run in the 2021 LCS Spring Proving Grounds, No Org has reunited with four of its five original members and will compete in the upcoming 2022 LCS Spring Proving Grounds Summer 2 Open Qualifier.

No organization was first formed before the start of the 2021 season, mostly by former members of LCS and LCS Academy League teams who hadn’t found a new competitive team to join in the 2021 season. one or the other of the circuits.

The roster included top laner Omran “V1per” Shoura, who competed at the LCS and LCS Academy levels for Dignitas in 2020, jungler Andy “AnDa” Hoang fresh off a 2020 season with Evil Geniuses Academy, and backing Terry “Big” Chuong, who had recently competed for the FlyQuest Academy in the summer of 2020.

In addition to the trio of veterans, No Org’s roster included Aidan Joseph “5fire” Reckamp, ​​who was considered one of the best mid laners in the LCS Academy League during his tenure at Evil Geniuses Academy during the split. spring of the 2020 LCS Academy League, and the AD mate carries Ross “Value” Luppino, who has competed in multiple regions at multiple levels of competition.

Shortly after winning the 2021 LCS Spring Proving Grounds, with the help of the sudden collapse of fellow amateur Solafide Esports, No Org disbanded to allow its individual players to seek superior competitive opportunities after having proved their worth once again.

No Org’s 2022 roster includes all 2021 starters without Value, with Michael “Wixxi” Fernandez, who started AD carry for 100 Thieves Academy and Cloud9 Academy this year, in his place. Additionally, Jung “Cozy” Sun-woo and Peter “LE0” Kang will replace V1per and 5fire respectively in the Spring Proving Grounds Summer 2 OQ 2022 LCS.