Stark and Yoshino will play the role of young Flash players on their VCS comeback journey.
The latest version of Flash competes at VCS B Summer 2022
Team Flash has announced the new lineup of the League of Legends team through the action of updating the official Facebook fanpage wallpaper a few minutes ago. Although no longer staying in the top-level League of Legends tournament in Vietnam, the former VCS king is still a name that attracts the attention of the community.
FLASH’S LINE UP TO THE VCS
Top lane: Yoshino Jungler: Phuc1, Ikigai Mid: Jane Gunner: Puddin Support: Arte Coach: Stark
The latest version of Flash is a mix of longtime veterans of the organization and new recruits from CERBERUS Esports. “Despite going through difficult seasons with unexpected achievements in the past, Team Flash still considers LoL as the top game in Vietnam to stick with in the near future,” Flash wrote in a press release. confirmed to bring the Phuc1, Puddin and Jane trio from CES on June 27. “With the goal of returning to VCS as soon as possible, Flash has begun the process of finding talent to achieve this goal.” Flash commented that the three rookies have “performed very prominently in CES colors and have been recognized for their ability” and pledged that “the whole team will devote spectacular matches and constantly strive for the goal of becoming a better player.” back to VCS.”
Flash – an organization with a parent company headquartered in Singapore – started pouring capital into the Vietnamese professional League of Legends arena in 2018. Before VCS Summer 2019, they spent money to buy Sky’s competitive slots. Gaming Daklak and gradually formed a quality framework with many notable names including Yoshino, Stark, EGO, Yijin, Kati, Slayder, CBL and Coach Sergh. As a result, Flash dominated VCS 2020 with two 3-2 wins over GAM Esports in the Finals. Unfortunately, the complicated development of the disease made this organization not able to represent VCS for the first time at the Mid-Season Invitational and the World Finals.
Going to the 2021 season, the parent company in Singapore “tightens its belt”, adjusting its investment plan to adapt to the epidemic season. Flash was forced to part with many big stars such as captain Slayder and Kati to put their faith in the young, lack of reputation squad. Since then, Flash has always been at the bottom of the rankings and has never had a ticket to the play-off round of VCS 2021-2022. The culmination was the bottom position of the VCS Spring 2022 with a coefficient of 3-11, forcing them to participate in the Promotion Round. Here, Flash lost to both AS Esports and Burst the Sky Esports and officially said goodbye to the number one League of Legends tournament in Vietnam.
Before announcing the lineup, Flash made fans skeptical about the future of the League of Legends team. There have been many rumors that Flash will soon withdraw investment from League of Legends or Lien Quan Mobile to focus on League of Legends: Wild Rift – the number one team in Vietnam and just reached the Semi-finals of Icons Global Championship 2022 (the tournament) the world’s largest).
Flash is still following the policy of giving opportunities to young players after not retaining Slayder, Eirlys, Dante and Zodiac. And in the immediate future, they will be forced to attend the 2022 VCS B Summer Finals before thinking about returning to the familiar VCS arena. Currently, Garena side has not revealed any information about the semi-professional tournament. It is expected that the VCS Spring 2023 Promotion Round will take place around November.