The 2022 LCS Spring Split hasn’t been kind to TSM fans, especially with the team suffering a 1-8 record through the first round robin. People in the League of Legends community have raised many questions around the decisions made behind the scenes, but the team’s CEO Andy “Reginald” Dinh broke down the thought process behind the org’s moves heading into the new year.
On the TSM subreddit, discussions were being had around former TSM president Leena Xu and her comment on the possible rosters that the team could have fielded for 2022. Both she and former TSM general manager Parth Naidu wanted to sign a combination of Jensen, Doublelift, and current Evil Geniuses support Vulcan, according to the 28-year-old. But she claims they were told that was “not worth the cost” and she eventually left after the offseason ended.
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