New Curse Lineup

New Curse Lineup

Curse announces new lineup and this time there is multiple big changes out there. This was expected since multiple problems with the team over course of 2 years. Still unclear did Edward leave to Gambit and is Nyjacky on the Challenger team. (This article is taken from Curse website).

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Last Updated: 10/7/2013

IwillDominate (Jungler)

IWillDominate was considered one of the strongest junglers in Season 1. He played for Team Dignitas and they consistently  placed top three at many major events.  Since then he has been very close to the competitive scene, waiting for his return to the limelight.  He has been playing in the challenger circuit and working closely with Team Curse as a coach and analyst.  He has proved himself to the team and Curse management that he has what it takes to be one of the best junglers in NA.  He’s an aggressive high mechanic player with a very deep game understanding who lives and breathes League of Legends.  He’s out to prove himself to the community and gain the respect he deserves.

Leaguepedia: http://lol.gamepedia.com/I_Will_Dominate

Twitter: @CrsDominate  Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/iwilldominate

Pobelter (Mid Lane)

Pobelter the ‘kid prodigy’ has been playing league since beta.  He played with the orginal team back when it was Team Unrestricted (with the team founder and now manager Liquid).  Too young to play in LCS he played in the challenger scene and now has just become of age to play in LCS and was quickly picked up by Curse.

Leaguepedia: http://lol.gamepedia.com/Pobelter

Twitter: @impobelter  Stream http://www.twitch.tv/pobelter

Aphromoo (ADC)

Aphromoo is one of the newest additions to Team Curse. Aphromoo has played on various well known teams like CLG, TSM Evo, and Team FeaR. After taking a short break from the scene, he’s now back and better than ever playing AD carry for Team Curse. With Aphromoo’s mechanics and Zekent’s game knowledge, they will quickly become the one of the most feared bottom lanes in the LCS.

Leaguepedia: http://lol.gamepedia.com/Aphromoo

Twitter: @aphromoo   Stream: http://www.twitch.tv/aphromoo

Voyboy (Toplane)

United States, Las Vegas, NV

Voyboy started his competitive career on Rock Solid, whose roster was eventually absorbed by Dignitas. On Dignitas, he rose to prominence as being one of the best Top Lanes in NA and was known for his hyper aggressive play style. In the middle of Season 2, Voyboy was part of a three team trade, transferring him to CLG. But Voyboy never fully recreated his past performances, and when Voyboy was released from CLG, he was quickly picked up by Curse despite harsh criticisms. Once he settled into his new environment, however, Voyboy was quick to prove his skill, carrying Curse to victory on multiple occasions. His trade mark aggressive style made him a terror to play against, and with the addition of the new line up, he will be more terrifying than ever in Season 4.

Leaguepedia: http://leaguepedia.com/wiki/Voyboy

Twitter: @VoyboyLoL   Stream: http://www.twitch.tv/voyboy

Zekent (Support)

Zekent is a high mechanic player, he is ranked top 5 on the challenger ladder in North America.  He’s intelligent, with a very high game understanding.

Leaguepedia: http://lol.gamepedia.com/Zekent

Twitter: @TheZekent    Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/zekent/profile

Saintvicious (Coach)

United States, Las Vegas, NV

Saintvicious has been part of the competitive League of Legends scene since the early beta, starting as one of the original members of Team SoloMid (though he never competed with them in a major tournament). After departing TSM, he joined CLG where he made a name for himself with his unique jungling style. He has also gained a reputation for focusing on farming the jungle and only ganking a lane when a kill is guaranteed. Saintvicious preferred carry-oriented jungle champions despite the popularity of utility jungle champions in Season 2. Due to internal conflicts within the team, Saintvicious left CLG and joined Curse as part of a three team swap. He swiftly became his team’s main shot caller, and under his leadership, Curse’s teamwork and synergy improved noticeably. Saintvicious is now the Coach for Team Curse.

 

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Cop (Substitute ADC)

United States, Las Vegas, NV

The road to Curse was a long one for Cop, being a member of several minor teams before finally landing with the organization, joining as their starting AD Carry in late 2011. Teaming up with Elementz, who had recently joined the team after leaving CLG, the two quickly developed a strong synergy and began forming potent bot lane strategies. Previously criticized for failing to commit to making dramatic plays, he has gone out of his way to shed this negative stigma. Cop has become an even stronger player after teaming up with Edward in the Season 3 splits of the LCS.

Leaguepedia: http://leaguepedia.com/wiki/Cop

Twitter: @Cop   Stream: http://www.twitch.tv/cop

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