Nothing Odd About It. TheOddOrange joins TLA

July 03 2019


We are very pleased to announce the return of a familiar face to our NA Academy roster! Nathan "OddOrange" Ryan will be returning to our Academy team as our new jungler. He’s been tearing up the Rift this year and we believe he will be an excellent addition to our team.

Though he was briefly but a sub for us a few years back, we know that Nathan has what it takes to be a truly great jungler. There is no one we trust more to sync up with Jenkins or Insanity in their solo lanes. Or to help Matt and Shoryu dive on ‘em down bot.

He is a long time challenger jungler who has expressed his desire to make his way through the competitive scene quite clear and we’re excited to once again help him do just that. Our Academy team is seeking the W at Academy Worlds this season and with Nathan in the jungle there is no doubt that it’s possible!

So keep your eyes peeled TLA fans. It won’t be long till you see his Jarvan, Rek’Sai, or maybe even Gragas rampaging around the Rift.


TOO Yorick Jungle challenge

Writer // Patrick McCleary




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