LCS News: Piglet moved to starting roster for Week 7

March 04 2015



Dear Liquid fans,

After careful consideration, we have decided to use Piglet for this upcoming LCS Week. The staff and players collaborated on this decision, and we believe that it is in the best interest of the team. Keith has performed admirably during the past few weeks, making this change a difficult one to make. While everyone has seen the success we've had with Keith, Piglet has shown significant improvement within the team as well. We've made noticeable strides in team dynamics and communication with Piglet, and he's earned the right to show this off in LCS.

Our focus isn't just on this week or the next; it is to continue improving each week and to reach our best condition for the playoffs and ultimately, Worlds. We will take advantage of this period in the season before making a more definitive choice leading into non-LCS week. As always, we appreciate our fans' patience and support for us.

We love you guys.
- Peter Zhang, Head Coach
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