Hangzhou Spark announced on Twitter that Off-Tank player Chengjie “LiGe” Jia will become a two-way player for the team. LiGe will now be able to play for the team of Chinese contenders Hangzhou Spark and Bili-Bili Gaming.
LiGe signed early in the 2021 season, but has received little playing time over his counterpart Se-won. “Bernard“ Shin since the season started.
LiGe visited Chinese social media website Weibo in March to discuss his battles with poor mental health and Spark’s attempts to help him. After the announcement that he would become a two-way gamer, LiGe again went to Weibo to explain that he had personally requested the transfer.
In a translation of OWBeacon on Twitter, LiGe states: “I haven’t been playing well recently, so I applied for this transfer and received a lot of support from the organization. I will request to return as soon (as) I am back in good shape. I hope everyone can support this decision.
This is not the only move Spark has made in recent months, in July Spark fired head coach Jaeong “Andante” Hwang and assistant coach Chung-in “Mentalist” Kim from the organization after failing to qualify for the Summer Showdown playoffs. .
Spark’s next game will be against Philadelphia Fusion on Sunday, August 1 at 8:00 AM EST / 1:00 PM BST
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