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A new report also claims he's retiring so that he can coach the Fnatic side, playing in the LEC competition.
The TSM player is allegedly finalising terms, being set to replace Sneaky on the roster in the LCS.
There are many familiar faces in there, and they'll all be in action later this month at the Esports Stadium Arlington.
Bugha also won big for his work at the Fortnite World Cup, with League of Legends also getting a few awards.
"If you want to scapegoat someone, you are actually trolling, and you need to stop being keyboard warriors. We lost as a team," he said.
Group A performed well at the event, with Heroic and Sprout showing some of the best performances.
We already know the format, and we can expect more details on the global competition next month.