Shernfire may become part of Team Oplon

According to the Upcomer portal, the French eSports organization Team Oplon is starting a reshuffle in the League of Legends roster. As a result of the changes, the club intends to sign a contract with Shernfire, who will replace Bruness in the squad.

Shernfire appeared on the professional scene back in 2014. Playing in the APAC region for the Dire Wolves team, the 23-year-old Australian became the winner of OPL Split 1 2017 and Rift Rivals 2018: SEA vs LJL vs OPL, and also took part in the Mid-Season Invitational 2018 and 2018 World Championship.

At the end of 2019, the esportsman moved to North America, where he joined Team Liquid Academy. After a short period at the helm of the Dire Wolves, the 23-year-old Aussie joined Cloud9 Academy. Here Shernfire took second place at LCS Proving Grounds Spring 2021 and LCS Academy League Summer 2021, after which he left the team.

In turn, Bruness has been playing for Team Oplon since January 2022. However, the tenth place in the LFL Spring 2022 did not suit the club's management, as a result of which the Polish jungler became the first contender for the exit.

The likely roster of Team Oplon is as follows: