League of Legends Management Update
January 24 2020
Artress is stepping down from his position as Team Manager for our League of Legends roster. Our very own Coach Dodo and Fasffy will be taking over his duties. And we know they are both up to the task. Neither is a stranger to managing LoL teams, with Dodo having experience performing both as a coach and manager. Dodo will still continue to coach in the same manner he was last year, just while splitting extra duties together with Fasffy.
Although I have big shoes to fill, I'm very excited to be working with the players and I am really looking forward to contributing to the team's success. - Fasffy
We’ve been through a lot together with Artress. When he joined Team Liquid as the manager of our League of Legends team — well let’s just say it was a trial by fire. After going through said trial we knew Artress could handle anything. And indeed he could, and he did. We made it to the finals of MSI together, won 4 consecutive LCS titles together, and have spent countless hours stuck in planes, cars, and meeting rooms together. Thank you Artress. For all the blood, sweat, and tears you poured into our LCS team over the years. And welcome Dodo and Fasffy!
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