We are already starting to see major changes in League of Legends rosters in this preseason and it looks like Cloud9 want to completely dominate the year to come. We are talking about MVP Rush here, a jungler so fierce that it is impossible for you not to have heard about him. This is America’s best and if you want to start your pro jungler career path, you definitely want to check this guy out. Cloud9 are definitely going to make a solid comeback this season.
C9’s performance has been quite lacking in the past year. The team found itself in difficulty starting with the middle of the season, which is way too early if you are planning to aim for great competitions such as the world championship. In order to up their game a little bit, the long-standing jungler Meteos has to be replaced with Hai, the team’s former midlaner. Surprisingly, Hai had a pretty good performance and helped get his team back on track.
Now Rush is something totally different compared to all other American junglers: his numbers are good and he usually gets things done his way. You know that sort of player who you do not think too highly of at the beginning of the game, but you end up fearing after 5 minutes? That’s Rush. And he will always give you the same feeling. We are saying all of these not taking into account that he has the most kills, creeps farmed and gold gained in all of North America, so keep that detail in mind.
But Rush is not the only one who should be getting some spotlight. Bunny FuFuu is also coming into the C9 roster as its new support player. It is quite rare and special when a support carries the burden of his team and leads them to victory. Bunny is that sort of player and he is quite welcome now that LemonNation gave up on the game after this year’s disappointing worlds.
C9 remains one of the 10 teams that are going to participate in the LCS this year and yet another who is making significant roster changes. At the end of 2015 there seem to be a lot of League of Legends players who are just giving up because the competition is either way too one-sided or because they simply cannot keep up with the competition’s tide. Let’s hope that major changes in League of Legends rosters will do these teams some justice.
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