PSG Talon has made a major alteration to its roster, announcing today that it has signed former EDward Gaming jungler Yu "JunJia" Chun-chia.
Yu "JunJia" Chun-chia joins PSG Talon
The announcement, which comes while most other teams have had their rosters locked during the spring splits, comes after a disappointing 2022 for the team. PSG Talon made some drastic changes after it failed to qualify for Worlds 2022, ditching the majority of its roster - with Su "Hanabi" Chia-hsiang, Jeong "Burry" Seung-hwan, Kim "Gori" Tae-woo, Wong "Unified" Chun-kit and Ling "Kaiwing" Kai-wing all leaving the team in November 2022.
In their place, PSG Talon has rebuilt the team with an all-Taiwanese roster, with top laner Huang "Azhi" Shang-chih being the solve surviving member of the previous team.
And they'll now be joined by former EDward Gaming jungler JunJia, the organisation announced on Twitter today.
JunJia's career dates back to 2018, where he spent a year with SuperEsports, before later joining EDward Gaming in 2019, with whom he spent the majority of his career.
He's a talented player, having reached rank 1 on the Korean and European ladders in 2021. Despite this, he has had very few opportunities to prove himself - having found himself sharing the jungler position with Zhao "Jiejie" Lijie, meaning that JunJia never had the opportunity to demonstrate his skills on stage.
Unfortunately for JunJia, he's actually sharing the jungler position once again - with Huang "Husha" Zi-wei having joined the team in the same position in December last year. Still, PSG Talon is sure to want to make use of its newest talent, meaning JunJia could find himself on the starting roster in the near future.
The PSG Talon lineup now consists of Huang "Azhi" Shang-chih (top laner), Huang "Husha" Zi-wei (jungler), Yu "JunJia" Chun-chia (jungler), Guo "HongSuo" Bei-Yi (mid laner), Chen "ubao" Chang-chu (mid laner), Tsou "Wako" Wei-yang (bot laner) and Lin "Woody" Hung-yu (support).
Time will tell if this renewed roster can reverse PSG Talon's fortunes. You'll be able to follow along with their success (or lack thereof) right here on Luckbox by checking the upcoming League of Legends match schedule. And while you're at it, why not sign up now to claim your free 100% bonus?