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Dyrus joins TSM

By L 'iLLeGaL2R' S
Mar 14, 2012 01:52

ImageAnd yes it is true, Dyrus is the new toplaner of Team SoloMid

Like we announced a few minutes ago, US Dyrus has joined US Team SoloMid after a disappointing IEM as they weren't able to pass to the Knock Out stage.

US Dyrus, the former US Epik Gamer toplaner, has already proved his skills and he's ready to play for US TSM. He don't know exactly when will be the first appearance of Dyrus under US TSM tag yet, although they might participate in the next Go4LoL EU West series. Furthermore, The RainMan decided to leave the team due to sorrow feelings about his performance at the IEM6 World Championship.

The entire team, apart from US Reginald, gave a brief statement to their official website about this.

US Dyrus said:

"I didn't want it to end up like this but this is a chance I can't pass by. I will be leaving Epik gamer to join Team Solomid in their journey on the path of baylife."

USRainMan wrote:

"I didn't feel that I clicked well with the team and I did not want to hold the team down. In the end, we are all still friends and we will remain that way."

And US Xpecial ended with:

"TheRainMan is an excellent player and a great friend, but the differences in philosophy between him and the rest of the team has led up to this point.
Even if we are no longer teammates, I wish him the best of luck in both LoL and in life. Dyrus' situation made him the ideal candidate and I wholeheartedly welcome him on the team. I wish for everyone's continued support for Dyrus and TSM."

Team SoloMid is composed by:

US Andy 'Reginald' Dinh
US Brian 'TheOddOne' Willey
US Alex 'Xpecial' Chu
US Shan 'Chaox' Huang
US Marcus 'Dyrus' Hill

In the next few days, we will bring you a interview with someone of Team SoloMid, so keep an eye at

Source: SoloMid official announcement



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