One of the most iconic players on the Brazilian League of Legends scene, two-time champion Shini could be back in the competitive game for the CBLOL 2024 1st Split. The player commented on his social networks that he is away from the streams due to tests on a team in the tournament.
I will officially break the silence, I haven’t been streaming lately because I’m in the process of getting back into competition and I’m going through an experimental phase with a team 🤓
—CRAQUE SHINI (@Shinimon14) August 31, 2023
O More Esports found out that the organization that jungle tests is the Flow, a team that entered LoL this year. Even with the high investment in the arrivals of Goal e Hauzthe team did not achieve results to match, embittering the 6th place in both stages.
With the tests with Shini, Disamis, current owner of the position, is currently not part of the organization’s plans. Previously, the player negotiated with Kabum, but chose to close with Fluxo.
Although it is in this experimental phase, there is no agreement from Shini with the organization or anything forwarded between the two parties for now.
Brance and Hauz are doubt
Although they have a long contract, Hauz e Goal are not sure in the Flow for the next step. As found by this report, the duo would be seeing with good eyes a possible negotiation for another team in the league.
Already Jojo e Tay are the names likely to remain in the team for next season in the current situation.
Shini paused his career in 2020
Shini retired from Summoners Rift in early 2021, shortly after winning the 2020 Split 2020 with INTZ and also participating in Worlds 2020 with Intrepids. Internationally, they only beat Team Liquid and returned to Brazil with five defeats.
In 2023, the jungler returned to competitive play, but in a different way. He worked as a positional coach at FURIA in the 1st Split of the CBLOL, but did not continue in the position for the next stage.
What does the Flow say?
Contacted by Mais Esports, Fluxo did not respond until the publication of this article.
published in September 1, 2023edited 4 days ago