- FlyQuest is rebuilding its roster from the ground up
- Impact is the latest piece in FlyQuest’s attempts to rebuild its roster for 2023
- The player’s rich experience in the LCS will come in handy
As the upcoming LCS season is approaching, esports organizations are racing to get their hands on quality players, and it seems FlyQuest has scored high by signing a true veteran.
Impact Joins FlyQuest
FlyQuest has been busy rebuilding its League of Legends roster over the past few weeks. The latest addition to complete the team is 27-year-old veteran player Jeong “Impact” Eon-young. The organization signed the South Korean professional on December 11, completing its LCS roster for the upcoming competitive season.
This is going to be the veteran player’s sixth LCS team since he transferred to North America in January 2015. Impact comes to FlyQuest after spending almost two years with Evil Geniuses. However, following his previous team had a disappointing run at the World Championship, and Impact left Evil Geniuses upon his contract expiry.
Despite not renewing his contract with EG, Impact still played an important part in the team. During his almost two-year stay he helped the team win one LCS title. In 2022, he took part in the Mid-Season Invitational and World Championship, reaching as far as the Knockout stage in the former.
FlyQuest Is Rebuilding
Impact now joins three other new players in FlyQuest’s revamped roster. Earlier this month, on December 8, the organization signed Bill “Eyla” Nguyen, one of the most promising up-and-coming LCS Academy players in recent years. The 23-year-old player was previously part of Team Liquid’s academy roster, but his skills as a support caught the eye of FlyQuest.
The other two new team members Impact is joining are Lee “VicLa” Dae-Kwang and Lee “Prince” Chae-Gwan. Both players joined the organization on December 9 and December 10, respectively, making last week a very eventful one for FlyQuest and its fans.
Impact is the latest piece of the puzzle and with the player previously playing for Cloud9 and Team Liquid, with whom he qualified for Worlds every year from 2016 to 2020, FlyQuest landed a great deal. Having made up his name back in 2013 when he secured the Summoner’s Cup with a legendary SKT T1 lineup, Impact’s rich experience is sure to come in handy for the organization.
Now the last piece FlyQuest needs to complete its lineup for 2023 is a good jungler.