The transfer window will open this Tuesday (21), but many movements are already happening behind the scenes. In addition to TitaN and SeeEl, the soap opera about Neptune already LOS is also over.
O More Esports found that the ADC, which explored options during this period, will continue on Onda Laranja for the next stage of CBLOL. According to information, the organization fulfilled Neptune’s wishes and will form a competitive team around the player.
One of the requests was South Korean support and that the ADC will have for the next season. The player is Kabbiewhich has passages through T1 Academy and who played in Europe in his last season.
Young talent, the support has spent time in the LCK, but didn’t play for long in the league. He started as a reserve in the Griffin and played in the LCK 2020 1st Split for the organization and came in last place.
Afterwards, he had the opportunity to SANDBOX, in the 2nd Split of the same year, but was only in seventh place. After that, he went on to compete in the Korea Academy in the base division of his current organization.
As in Sand Sandbox, only achieved a fifth position at Challengers. He then moved to the base division of T1 where he achieved another fifth place and third place.
His last professional experience was in Europe, defending the Zero Tenaticy, Polish team. Kabbie was champion of the first stage, but, in the last one, he finished in third place. At the EU Masters, the South Korean did not leave the Entry Phase with the team.
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published in November 16, 2023edited 21 hours ago