The Flash Wolves have announced their roster for the upcoming year. The team has lost many of its well-known players, but they choose to go forward with many young players. The promise if a high skill ceiling on these players inspires hope for the Flash Wolves management. As they head into the new year, it will be interesting to see how the team’s progress takes shape.
A few weeks earlier, we saw two players namely the Hu “SwordArT” Shuo-Chieh and Huang “Maple” Yi-tang leaving the team. Replacing them on Flash Wolves would be Shin “Rather” Hyeong-seop and support Liu “ShiauC” Chia-hao.
Shin “Rather” Hyeong-seop
Rather is a former Team Griffins player and usually played the mid-lane. He joins Flash Wolves on a one-year loan term. His availability on Flash Wolves definitely adds a lot of skill and talent to this roster. He replaces Huang Maple Yi-Tang who has been with the team since 2013. Shin “Rather” Hyeong-seop’s move to Flash Wolves raises hopes for the player’s fans. He has not been a regular during his time on Griffin. Coming into Flash Wolves, we expect a lot more action from the player.
Liu “ShiauC” Chia-hao.
LMS Spring off will start at Jan, 2019
and we are ready for the upcoming season!
— Flash Wolves (@flashwolves2013) December 14, 2018
ShiauC joins the team as a support player and will need to quickly develop the coordination with the rest of the team. It is important for the team to develop excellent coordination with the support players. He is a familiar player for the organisation has spent the last year as a substitute player. He did not get much time on the main roster and this move up the ranks is a definite step forward for the player. He is known for reaching Number 1 on the Taiwanese server despite only playing support roles. He is extremely talented and skilled and this makes him a good bet for the organisation.
Additionally, Flash Wolves has also added jungler Lee “Bugi” Seong-yeop. The player has had considerable playtime in the LoL Japan Challenger Series. He is a player who lacks experience but shows a lot of talent. With time, we hope that the Flash Wolves management can ensure the player performs extremely well.