Thank You Mike: MikeYeung transfers to Echo Fox
June 30 2019
As an org you always feel proud whenever a member of your academy team makes the big move to the LCS. And while we haven’t had Mike “MikeYeung” Yeung on our team for very long, we always knew he would find his way back to the main stage.
Mike joined our team looking to learn from our main squad and prove that he is capable of being one of the best junglers in NA. In the past couple of months alone Mike has acted as our 6th man, become an MSI Finalist, and proved himself to be just as talented as those at the top. Thanks for the hard work, dedication, and all the laughs Mike. Good luck and have fun on Echo Fox. And maybe teach Rick a thing or two about gaining some elo! See you on the rift.
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