North American bot laner Doublelift might leave TSM if he does not play alongside a “top foreign assistance,” according to Jacob Wolf.

Doublelift, one of the very best AD brings in NA League of Legends, might end his time at TSM if he does not have fun with SwordArt of Suning, or another top foreign support, Wolf stated. In this circumstance, TSM might promote 21-year old Academy player Lawrence “Lost” Sze Yuy Hui to the beginning ADC position.

The SwordArt offer, which was initially reported by Pablo Suárez of Esportmaníacos on Nov. 16, might fail to payment and migration problems. The absence of a tax treaty in between the United States and China could double tax SwordArt on his TSM income, Wolf said.

This would leave other rosters in limbo. Fellow North American organization Evil Geniuses seek to get Lost from TSM academy while previous Worlds 2017 finalist Huni might join TSM as the group’s brand-new top laner to replace BrokenBlade. These two lineup relocations are in risk since DoubleLift’s future, and TSM’s future, rests heavily on the acquisition of SwordArt.

SwordArt, who was initially part of the legendary Flash Wolves lineup from 2013 to 2018, was integral to the success of Suning at the World Championships previously this year.