Huni has joined Team SoloMid following the not-so-successful stays at two other LCS teams, leaving fans to ponder whether his magic can envelop the League of Legends esports scene once again.
Heo "Huni" Seung-hoon has joined TSM as the organisation keeps rebuilding the squad with ambitions of taking over LCS once again. Just like Huni's playstyle, this acquisition seems to be a coin flip as his form didn't quite impress during his stays at Dignitas and Evil Geniuses.
The former of the two teams is also the place where Huni got that incredible contract, which was subsequently cut short as his performances proved to be a far cry from what they were at FNC, SKT T1, IMT or even Clutch Gaming before it was acquired by Dig.
Fast forward to November 30, 2020, he is joining TSM, easily the team with most fans in LCS, making it third team with a massive fan base that he joined, following FNC and SKT T1.
It seems like TSM are banking on his ability to carry games during his good days and the new roster is primed to have two solo laners capable of doing so, with PowerOfEvil being Bjergsen's successor.
With Spica in the jungle and SwordArt on support, it only remains to be seen who the team's marksman will be. There are rumours that TSM is bringing one from academy but these have not been officially confirmed yet.
If this turns out to be true, TSM's Spring Split may not end up the most successful until the rookie and SwordArt start clicking together. However, given this particular support's history with teams comprised of rookies, TSM is certainly poised to be a major threat during the Summer Split 2021, at the very least.