On April 4, Dignitas authorized their Top Laner, Heo "Huni" Seung-hoon, to explore new options for the Summer Split 2020 even though he had signed a two-year-long contract worth 2.3 million dollars in last November.
The organization also recruited a new player, Omran "V1per" Shoura, the former top laner of FlyQuest — something that's suggesting that Huni was no longer under contract to the structure.
According to ESPN, Huni said yes to Evil Geniuses for the Summer Split 2020. He would, therefore, join the sides of Bae " Bang " Jun-sik, Daniele " Jiizuke " di Mauro, and Ahmad " Giyuu " Charif.
Given the restrictions imposed by Riot Games, EG cannot field more than two international players at a time. To be able to establish Huni in his starting 5, the organization will be forced to make other changes to his roster to comply with the rules. This change could be operated in the botlane with the Academy player Matthew " Deftly " Chen replacing Bae " Bang " Jun-sik.
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