Next week in Paris, Riot Games will host their second annual League of Legends All-Stars event. As the winners of the 2014 LCS North American Spring Split, Cloud 9 HyperX will be attending to represent NA as they do battle against Fnatic (EU), SKT T1 K (KR), OMG (CN), and TPA (SEA) for regional bragging rights and a $50,000 winner-take-all 1st place prize.肺気胸を発症してAllstarへの参加が困難となったCloud9のMid LanerのHai選手の代わりにCLGからMid LanerのLink選手が一時的にCloud9へと移籍することがCLGの公式サイト上で発表されました。
Unfortunately, earlier this week Cloud 9 HyperX mid laner Hai “Hai” Lam suffered a spontaneous collapsed lung which left him hospitalized. While Hai is recovering well, his current condition prevents him from traveling to Paris for the event. Considering this, Cloud 9 HyperX and Counter Logic Gaming have come to terms on a trade agreement which will move CLG’s (now former) mid lane player, Austin “Link” Shin to the C9 HyperX starting roster for the event. The trade conditions will also see Link return to the CLG roster on May 20th, three days before the start of the NA LCS Summer Split. These conditions fall within Riot’s existing LCS guidelines and have already been approved.