It very well might be the last split TSM spend in the LCS. TSM will surely try and go out with a bang not only to give fans one last good run but also as an attempt to make their LCS slot look a little more juicy. Let’s take a look at the confirmed 2023 TSM LCS Roster!
TSM did confirm their 2023 LCS Roster today bringing back 4 of the 5 players that managed to take them into the Spring playoffs with an (8-10) record. In an attempt to improve that record TSM will be bringing in another veteran Mid laner in “Ruby”. Ruby has had experience in the LEC, LCK, LPL, and PCS so he has seen his fair share of play.
Announcing our Summer Split #LCS starting roster. pic.twitter.com/e5oxxTBwpR— TSM #TSM100 (@TSM) May 23, 2023
The TSM Spring roster did change quite a bit but I wouldn’t be surprised to see the Summer Split roster stay consistent throughout. The lineup is pretty solid but I would still expect a 6th to 8th-place finish again this split. Maybe with a more consistent lineup, the team can reach a bit higher. “Haunzter” and “WildTurtle” coming in seemed to add to the winning formula for TSM and maybe that will work again. “Bugi” and “Chime” are the two other returning players and are looking to make their impact as well.
Top: Kevin “Hauntzer” Yarnell
Jungle: Lee “Bugi” Seong-yeop
Mid: Lee “Ruby” Sol-min
Bot: Jason “WildTurtle” Tran
Support: Jonathan “Chime” Pomponio
TSM’s future in the LCS is unknown and what will happen to the players if the slot is sold largely is too. The organization hasn’t finalized any deals to move that we know of yet but we will gladly keep you all up to date as we learn more. Regardless TSM Andy “Reginald” Dinh did confirm that they are actively trying to sell the LCS slot.
We would love to know your thoughts on the 2023 TSM LCS Roster over on the GameScoutr Twitter! Where do you think they place in possibly their last-ever Split?