Flash Wolves signed coach Chuco and borrowed Rather.
Flash Wolves made an official announcement that Jung-Hee ‘Chunco’ Chun will be joining their team as their head coach on December 14th. With most of their players leaving the team, Flash Wolves made the decision of signing a Korean coach and borrowing a Korean player.
Coach Chunco was formerly a pro gamer for Warcraft III; afterward, he became a coach for League of Legends, beginning the 2nd part of his gaming life. Chunco has taken over coaching in Jin Air Green Wings in 2014 before transferring to a Chinese team, Young Glory. He then continued his coaching life in LCK’s KongDoo Monster in 2018. This is his first time as a head coach.
Flash Wolves also loaned Hyeong-Seop ‘Rather’ Shin, a mid laner from Griffin. Rather began his League of Legends gaming career in IGS (rebranded to ES Sharks), then transferred to Griffin (formerly know as NOT BAD); this makes it the 3rd team Rather got to play in, as well as his first time playing abroad.
Meanwhile, Maple, SwordArt, and Moojin left the team due to their contracts expiring. The team was in a situation where they only had 3 players left -- Hanami, Betty, and ShiauC. With the new addition to the team, many League fans are looking forward to seeing Chunco and Rather helping the team to carry on LMS Flash Wolves’ reputation in the next season.