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T1 Challengers Rookie Set to Join Vitality in 2023

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A young Korean top laner could join Vitality soon. | © Riot Games

With the LEC making roster moves left, right and centre only days after the League of Legends World Championship concluded, it's time to check out Vitality, who could be losing their bot laner Carzzy to the MAD Lions, but picking up young new talent elsewhere. 

Vitality looks to spice up it's roster in 2023 with some insane changes. Sure, a new bot laner will have to be added to the roster, but a new top laner seems to also be heading to Europe. 


LCK Challenger 'Best Top Laner' Coming to Vitality

Kyeong "Photon" Gyu-tae could be Vitality's next top laner. According to Brieuc Seeger, also known as LEC Wooloo on Twitter the team and the top laner have come to a verbal agreement for the 2023 season. 

Photon was a huge part of T1 Challengers this year, earning the Best Top laner of the split award this summer, as well as helping T1 Challengers secure the number one spot in the LCK Challengers Summer Split. So, this will  be a huge signing if all works out. 

Will we see him at Worlds in 2023? 

Former Misfits ADC Set to Join Vitality

With the news of Carzzy joining the MAD Lions once more, it seems that a spot for a new bot laner opened up for Vitality. So, who could be the new ADC? Well according to Alejandro Gomis on Twitter that honour will go to former Misfits ADC, Matúš "Neon" Jakubčík. 

He has been a part of Misfits for the last year, but he could be changing teams for the 2023 season. Misfits have had their final split in the LEC this year with their spot getting taken over by Team Heretics. This could indicate that Team Heretics won't look to take on the former Misfits squad and will likely start their own roster from scratch. 

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