After a rollercoaster year with Fnatic, one of Europe’s top supporters said today he hasn’t found anyone new League of Legends Team for 2024 and will not start in the upcoming LEC Winter Split.
Fnatic supporter Adrian “Trymbi” Trybus admitted today that he was “surprised” at how the off-season went for him, especially after only being given permission to explore options in free agency after most teams had announced their starting lineups for had already decided on the new year. However, he claimed that he was told by Fnatic management that the organization wanted to continue working together and that he was a “high priority.”
“This is all very new and surprising news, but given the long seasons and non-stop competition in recent years, it will do me good to have a few weeks to myself,” Trymbi said in his statement. “I have time to get used to the routines I used to have and missed all year. This year has taught me many lessons and I will now use the time to grow from it and get back to the top.”
Trymbi has been an LEC starting talent since entering the league with Rogue at the end of 2020, where they finished as a top three squad in the LEC in their debut year. The 23-year-old has not missed a World Cup since joining the league, but has yet to achieve much success in the tournament.
He has also only won a single LEC trophy throughout his career. But next year he will be hungry to return to the big stage. Trymbi has shown that his presence can help take a team to new levels, as evidenced by his brief stint with Fnatic when he joined in the summer to help catapult them to the World Championships once again.
For example, during the 2023 LEC Summer Split, he had the highest KDA and second-highest kill participation rate of any support player in the league Elixir of the Oracle. He often uses heavily committed supports like Alistar, Nautilus, and Rakan, although he can also play more utility-based picks to help the team.