The British organization's considering different options in the jungle but no agreement has been made for the moment.
Andrei "Xerxe" Dragomir will not be Excel's starting jungler for the next LEC split, sources told BLIX.GG on Monday. The Romanian jungler has recently been benched.
Excel Esports is looking for different options for jungle positions, but at the moment nothing is finalized or agreed with any player. Among the options are several junglers who will be competing in the LoL European Masters.
Previously, Xerxe reached an agreement and got signed with XL in November of 2022.
The following results of XL League of Legends team in LEC 2023 were not really satisfying, Excel Esports ended both Winter and Spring 2023 LEC Splits on 10th place with 1W-8L and 2W-7L match records respectively.
Recently Alejandro "anonimotum" Gomis of BLIX also reported that Kaas has joined their LEC coaching staff & that Abbedagge became Excel Esports' starting midlaner in the late of LEC's Spring Split 2023 group stage.
Excel Esports is a British esports organization that holds rosters across multiple esports titles including VALORANT, League of Legends (LEC) and Call of Duty.
LEC is a highest-level League of Legends' esports European competition that consists of 10 teams. Excel Esports has been participating in LEC since 2019.
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