Fnatic Reportedly Sign Support Jun

14 Nov 2023
Tit Krajnik 14 Nov 2023
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  • Support Yoon "Jun" Se-jun is reportedly set to join Fnatic's League of Legends roster
  • The 23-year-old will replace Adrian "Trymbi" Trybus
  • The deal has yet to be officially announced
According to recent reports, Fnatic have reached an agreement with Korean League of Legends support player Yoon "Jun" Se-jun, who will join the team for the 2024 season. If the reports are true, Jun will replace Adrian "Trymbi" Trybus as Fnatic's starting support and link up with his compatriot Oh "Noah" Hyeon-taek.

The League of Legends offseason has proven to be very chaotic and unpredictable worldwide, but especially in Europe, where many LoL esports teams are looking to change their lineups. Particularly in the support position, we've seen many changes, leaving several players without a home for the next year or forced to move regions.

Now-former Fnatic support Trymbi joins the list of available supports following the reports of Fnatic reaching an agreement with a Korean player Yoon "Jun" Se-jun, who is set to join the Black & Orange for the 2024 season.

Jun has started his esports career in July 2020 with DRX Academy and has since played for DRX Challengers and Kwangdongg Freecs, who he played for during the LoL Champions Korea (LCK) 2023 season.

With Kwagndong Freecs, Jun hasn't accomplished much, finishing the LCK 2023 Spring in seventh and the LCK 2023 Summer split in 10th place, with abysmal 6-12 and 4-14 records. However, despite Jun's lack of success, he is still considered one of the most exciting support players from the Korean scene.

June has made a name for himself with DRX Challengers, with who he won a bronze medal at the LCK CL 2022 Spring Playoffs and finished LCK CL 2022 Summer Playoffs in fourth place. 

The reports of Jun joining Fnatic come shortly following rumours that Fnatic is looking to change up its bottom lane. Initially, it was believed that Fnatic would part ways with ADC Noah and potentially replace Trymbi, but it seems like the former European champions decided to make just one change and replace its support.

If the reports prove accurate, this change will see Fnatic field a Korean bottom lane, which should help with communication and strengthen the link between ADC and support.