Top laner Tobiasz “Agresivoo” Ciba and support Robert “Erdote” Nowak will be promoted to the Team BDS main roster, sources told Upcomer on Tuesday. This decisions follows a boot camp in South-Korea involving all ten BDS League of Legends players.
Agresivoo is a familiar name for European Regional Leagues fans. While the top laner started his career in Poland, he ended up in the Ligue Française de League of Legends with Misfits Premier in 2020. During his time with Misfits, Agresivoo managed to win three LFL titles. Agresivoo also qualified six times to the European Masters during his career. For 2021, the Polish top laner joined Team BDS Academy.
Erdote has a very similar career. The Polish support won the ultraliga in 2019 with devils.one. He then joined Vodafone Giants in 2020 where he managed to earn a SuperLiga title for that spring split, beating Movistar Riders with a score of 3-2 in the finals. Erdote then joined Team BDS one year before Agresivoo, in 2021. Team BDS will now promote both players together to their League of Legends European Championship team.
With Team BDS Academy, Agresivoo and Erdote managed to reach the LFL finals this spring losing, to LDLC OL with a score of 3-2. They then qualified for the European Masters Main Stage. Unfortunately for them, BDS Academy didn’t make it past group stage at EU Masters.
Finally, top laner Adam “Adam” Maanane and support Dino “LIMIT” Tot will now play for Team BDS Academy in the LFL. This concludes the offseason for Team BDS, as the organization’s only new player signature for this summer is mid laner Steven “Reeker” Chen for their academy roster, as reported by Upcomer.