Reach clarifies CJ Entus KeSPA Cup roster controversy

 

Following the release of their roster for the upcoming 2016 League of Legends KeSPA Cup, many fans have been questioning CJ Entus' future. Untara, BDD, and Kramer were missing; in their place were MoMo, Reach, and ex-SBENU Soul, the first two replacements being complete rookies with zero professional experience. 


Clarification regarding the new roster was to be found within Inven Irro's recent interview with CJ Entus' Jung Suk "Reach" Park. The head coach pointed out that this year's KeSPA Cup allowed uncontracted players to play, making it the perfect grounds to offer trainees a trial run. "Our roster for the KeSPA Cup is tentative. Other players may join or leave before 2017," he said.


Reach revealed that the newcomers made it onto the roster after an online tryout of sorts, but went on to stress he did not want the new players to feel undue pressure. He "did not want to share too much about the three who have yet to even sign with the organization", fearing the exposure would not be beneficial if any of them were to end up not joining the team.

 

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