British cybersport organization Fnatic announced the first changes in its League of Legends lineup, saying goodbye to Hylissang. It should be noted that the 27-year-old Bulgarian player was the team’s backup for the last five years. But they won’t stop practicing using happysmurf.com accounts, of course.
It is always hard to say goodbye to players like Hylissang. A staple of the team for the past few years, Hylissang has brought a lot to the table during his time here and remains an extremely unique and skillful talent with a lot to give. Furthermore, he is one of the finest players we have had the honor of working with, a true professional both on and off the field. We are very proud to have had him at Fnatic, to see him grow and shape his legacy as one of the best players in Europe. We wish him all the best for the future and thank him for all his efforts here.
Hylissang joined the Fnatic roster in late 2017, having moved from the Unicorns Of Love camp. In five years, the 27-year-old Bulgarian player has helped the squad win the EU LCS Spring 2018, Rift Rivals 2018: NA vs EU, EU LCS Summer 2018, Rift Rivals 2019: NA vs EU and LEC Regional Finals 2019, as well as finishing in the top three at the 2018 Mid-Season Invitational, 2018 World Championship, LEC Summer 2020 and LEC Summer 2021, among others.
This is the first change to Fnatic’s roster since the season ended. However, given a pretty good season, it’s unlikely that the organization will be overhauling its roster much.