Like soccer, League of Legends has a transfer market. After the closing of the 2020 season, the teams look for reinforcements in the different leagues for the following season.
One of the most talked about signings this season has been the departure of “Perkz” from G2 Esports, who takes his place is “Rekkles”, a former Fnatic player. The CEO of G2 explained why he did not sell his player to the competition.
In a recent interview on The Crackdown podcast, Carlos “ocelote” Rodríguez commented the following about the possible sale of his superstar “Perkz” to LEC competition, Fnatic.
” Imagine Perkz had ended in Fnatic, what happens is right after all the Fnatic team is renewed. I want that? No, because I want to have all my options open. Does that make me a bad person? Fuck you if that’s what you think, so you’re incredibly naive if you think you can build a world-class number one team that will fight for trophies by letting everyone … “.
Of course, you don’t want your best player in direct competition. The goal of G2 is to leave Fnatic behind and be the best representative of Europe in Worlds.