Former Fnatic talent Paul "sOAZ" Boyer has put pen to paper on a deal with Austrian organization Wave Esports ahead of the 2022 League of Legends campaign.
In this year's LEC Spring, meanwhile, Team Vitality are 7/4 to go all the way and win the tournament.
Top laner "sOAZ", 27, is a veteran of the Esport, having started his career in Counter Strike and then Dota before moving to League of Legends initially as a mid laner.
But he quickly changed to a top laner and brings with him a decade of experience in League of Legends, having also played for the likes of Origen, now known as Astralis, and Misfits.
And "sOAZ" will now be involved in division one of the DACH Prime League with Wave Esports along with support player Andreas "Adept" Blikfeldt, jungler Salah "Mirai" Eddine Lmimouni, mid laner Malik "Xoura" Donmez and ADC Jakob "Bung" Gramm.
And overseeing the team, among others, will be British coach Jake "Mora" Hammond, who has been involved in the Esport since 2018.
He was in the EU circuit with Ostersunds in November and December that year and is please to once again be leading a European team in 2022. You can follow the action via our [Sports Live Streaming] platform.
Ahead of the new campaign, coach "Mora" said: "Looking forward to working back in Europe with some familiar faces for 2022 after a few years away.
"Time to teach you some of the tricks I learned while I was away!
"Ready for Prime League and EU Masters."