Earlier today new player joined Origen to complete its exciting new League of Legends roster, according to team announcement.
The Greek AD Carry Konstantinos-Napoleon “FORG1VEN” Tzortziou has joined to the new Origen roster.
This is the second time FORG1VEN has represented Origen in his career. The first stint lasted just one split in 2016 before FORG1VEN moved back to H2k Gaming, the team he left to join Origen in the first place. In the split FORG1VEN was on the team, Origen placed ninth out of 10 teams in the EU LCS.
After a putrid 2017 Spring Split where they went 0-13, Origen failed to stay in the EU LCS as they lost to Giants Gaming in the subsequent promotion tournament. Origen will be competing in ESL’s European Masters tournament this month where almost $200,000 is on the line.
The five-man lineup for Origen now includes FORG1VEN, Ki “Expect” Dae-han, Choi “inSec” In-seok, Jesse “Jesiz” Le, and former Echo Fox mid laner Henrik “Froggen” Hansen.
We want to give back everything you did for us.
There we go! pic.twitter.com/3Jm074fJvi
— Origen (@Origengg) April 9, 2018
FORG1VEN will be flanked by Danish support Jesiz, who is on loan from Fnatic. Jesiz played for a year on Fnatic’s starting lineup before being moved to the bench at the beginning of this year.
Origen struggled in the past to field a competitive roster but with the new signings, it looks like Origen could be a dangerous team in the future.