The rookie group is preparing to contest LPL’s finest next split.

EStar joined China’s LPL this year and went on a rampage during the Spring Split, defeating all other teams to take very first location for many of the split. They controlled former League of Legends world champions, FunPlus Phoenix and Invictus Gaming, however towards the end of the split started to lose their lead.

Earlier in the week, the organization revealed the departure of Yuan “Cryin” Cheng-Wei and speculations about the group’s next mid laner began flowing. Today, those reports have dispersed after Huang “Fenfen” Chen signed up with the novice Chinese group as a starter.

Fenfen began his professional profession in 2016 on Tan Chi Sa Gaming, a group which brought to life the World Champ ADC, Lin “Lwx” Wei-Xiang. A couple of months after the group was formed, it disbanded with all players going different ways.

Fenfen found himself joining Suning in 2017 after they got approved for LPL’s Summer Season. They ended up fourth in the their very first split and received playoffs, where they satisfied Invictus Video gaming, who swept them 3-0. With that loss, Suning’s season pertained to an end.

Fenfen bounced in between teams in the next years however did not have as much success as in his debut LPL Split. His latest company LGD ended up 15th out of 17 teams in LPL’s Spring Split.

While his history is not that excellent, there’s been a couple of prodigies in the scene who were unleashed once they discovered the group that completed their needs. Maybe Fenfen is among them and he might be among the competitors of superstars such as Doinb, Knight, or Yagao next split.