FoFo Joins Team WE As A Mid Laner

11 Dec 2023
Tit Krajnik 11 Dec 2023
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  • Team WE announced the signing of mid laner Chu "FoFo" Chun-Lan
  • FoFo joins Team WE from EDward Gaming, where he has spent one year
  • FoFo is the third new signing of Team WE this offseason
Chu "FoFo" Chun-Lan
On Monday, December 11, Chinese League of Legends esports team Team WE announced the signing of mid laner Chu "FoFo" Chun-Lan. The 24-year-old joins Team WE from EDward Gaming, where he has spent the last year.

The 24-year-old has been officially announced as the newest member of Team WE on Monday and the third new addition to the roster this offseason. Besides FoFo, Team We have also acquired a new top laner and a new ADC.

FoFo started his esports career in November 2015 with Taipei Assassins before spending nearly four years with J Team. In December 2019, FoFo made his debut in the LoL Pro League (LPL) with Bilibili Gaming, where he stayed for one year; however, he hasn't accomplished much in the Chinese top flight.

Following an unsuccessful debut year in the LPL, FoFo joined Rare Atom, with who he nearly qualified for the LoL World Championship, and re-joined Bilibili Gaming for the 2022 season. Yet, like his first stint with BLG, even this one didn't net notable results.

Despite his lack of success over the three years in the LPL, FoFo earned a spot at EDward Gaming, with whom he won a bronze medal from the LPL 2023 Spring Playoffs and again came one map short of qualifying for the LoL World Championship.

FoFo Rounds Up Team WE's New Lineup

FoFo is the third signing Team WE have made this offseason, forming a new-look new roster. Jungler Yang "Heng" Cui-Heng and support Liao "Iwandy" Ding-Yang will remain with Team WE as the only carryovers from the 2023 season and link up with FoFo, top laner Huang "Wayward" Ren-Xing and ADC Lee "Prince" Chae-hwan.

Wayward joins Team WE from Top Esports, where he has spent his entire professional career. Initially, Wayward played as a jungler, but in 2020 transitioned to top lane, helping the TES Challenger team finish top four at the LDL 2021 Summer Playoffs.

The next season, Wayward got promoted to the main lineup, where he remained as a regular starter for the next two seasons. But despite his long history with the team, TES replaced Wayward with Bai "369" Jia-Hao for the next season. 

Team WE's new ADC, Prince, will make his official debut in the LPL next year, having spent most of his career competing in the LoL Champions Korea (LCK). Last season, Prince competed in the North American LoL Championsip Series (LCS) with FlyQuest, but was let go from the roster following an abysmal season that ushered FlyQuest to rebuild their lineup.

Forming a new lineup with players that have a lot to prove, Team WE will hope to find more success in the LPL 2024 season after the team placed fourth in the LPL 2023 Regional Finals and missed their chance to reach LoL Worlds for the second year in a row.

The League of Legends Pro League (LPL) 2024 season is set to start in January 2024.