The Legends Circuit (TLC) 2017 is back. The Top 6 teams in Singapore are returning to the biggest stage in the country to battle for a chance to take their dreams further into international waters. The winner of this season’s TLC Spring 2017 will advance on the road towards the Mid Season Invitationals later this year. More information can be found at this season’s TLC microsite.
An exciting off-season saw teams going through some major roster changes as well as new teams rising to the top of the game, sweeping their way through the TLC Qualifiers to earn their spot amongst local legends.
The teams competing are…
Bangtan Swoop, successors to the Vestigial name, showcase a roster that is filled with veterans of the local scene. With well recognized names like Harleluyar, Kryonics (now BOYINLUV), Swoop (now FIRE), and Mexi (now RUN), a sense of nostalgia shrouds this team. Despite their notoriety, are they still able to compete at the same level they used to amongst all the other rising stars?
Formerly known as Corvus in Winter 2015 and then Rigel in Summer 2016, being picked up by Team Flash so early into their competitive journey speaks to the success this team has achieved in a short time. Winning their first split and attaining top 2 in their second - Has Team Flash found the key to bolster their roster with the change from long-time jungler Zancazor to cyh, or are they losing a key aspect of their gameplay?
Fielding a completely different roster and coach from the previous split where they attained 3rd place,this new NyZ roster makes everyone wonder if they can live up to expectations. With the departure of their coach Jensen 'Jstorm' Goh, and franchise player Alex 'Shinsekai' Tan to Taiwan, is this breath of fresh air a sign of new beginnings for NyZ?
As the first placed team from the recent TLC Challenger Series, all eyes will be on Gatecrashers' performance in the big leagues. With a roster comprised mostly of newcomers to the professional scene (besides Overzone and Pinkytiger) - will Gatecrashers be able to live up to their name?
After their disappointing performance in the previous TLC split, Sovereign has picked up a new roster and are looking to apply their resources to the combination of last splits’ Vendetta and Teemortals. With a interesting blend of players, is it time to usher in the kingship?
Initially formed as a team for Singapore Garena Campus League, Team Corgi (previously Team RP) have come far since then, achieving commendable international results. With the original Team RP roster as well as two new additions, Team Corgi is looking to use their experience and solid macro play against the top teams in Singapore.