Welcome @Dardoch to Dignitas! You can choose which categories you want to be notified for. Check your inbox for a confirmation email! Still, this one fact means very little if the organization doesn’t give this talented (and quite polarizing) jungler room to grow and lead the charge.
They finished in eighth place and lost three more games than they did in the spring. He originally left TSM after President of TSM Leena Xu was caught on Yiliang "Doublelift" Peng's Twitch stream saying that "no one wants to pick up Dardoch."
They barely missed out on the playoffs, though, due to many teams underperforming that season—they were eventually taken down by Golden Guardians in a tiebreaker match. Still, this one fact means very little if the organization doesn’t give this talented (and quite polarizing) jungler room to grow and lead the charge. Dardoch is always a divisive figure in the LCS.
— Dignitas (@dignitas) May 26, 2020 TSM founder and CEO Andy “Reginald” Dinh later confirmed that he was working with Dardoch “to make sure he … There was a ton of backlash for Xu and the TSM organization since the leak could have affected any of Dardoch’s potential leverage in contract negotiations. TSM founder and CEO Andy “Reginald” Dinh later confirmed that he was working with Dardoch “to make sure he feels good about this situation, and lands on his feet” for the upcoming Summer Split. Make sure to follow us on YouTube for more esports news and analysis. As a result, TSM finished in fifth place in the regular season and eventually lost to FlyQuest in the second round of the playoff losers bracket. For starters, Danny “Dan Dan” Le Comte will no longer be competing under their banner come 2021, and this is probably just the first of many changes that’ll be announced over the coming weeks and months. Dignitas chose Dardoch as the team’s jungler this past year after the 22-year-old’s latest stint on TSM failed to provide any meaningful results. But he’s finally found a home for the 2020 LCS Summer Split by signing with Team Dignitas today. The off-season hasn’t even begun.
Dardoch will now join a team featuring veteran talent like Aphromoo and Froggen, as well as a young, hungry ADC in Johnsun. One of the best players to ever step foot on the LCS stage Søren “Bjergsen” […]. The offseason rush hasn’t officially kicked off just yet, but some League of Legends teams in North America are already making roster moves.
Iván “Razork” Martín, Fabian “Febiven” Diepstraten, and Kasper “Kobbe” Kobberup are a great core.