Showmatch Gives First Look At DisguisedToast's League Of Legends Roster

We've got our first look at the newest NACL team.

BYBen Mock
2019 All-Star Event Day 1

The North American League of Legends has been a mess over the past few weeks. Just a month before the Summer split of the North American Challengers League was set to begin, Riot Games announced that LCS organizations were no longer mandated to carry an academy team. This led to seven of the ten LCS organizations dropping their academy rosters. This, along with a number of other changes, gutted the NACL. While Riot attempted to mitigate the disaster of their own creation, another nail in the coffin hammered down. Fan favorite semi-pro team TikTok Tony Top announced they would be disbanding due to financial constraints.

In the days prior to the LCS Players Association calling for a strike vote ahead of the LCS Summer split, Riot once again attempted to mitigate the negative press. They announced that one of the now vacant NACL slots would be taken by Disguised, a team overseen by former Hearthstone pro and massively popular streamer, Jeremy "DisguisedToast" Wang. Toast is an avid League of Legends player and while fans welcomed his involvement, it wasn't enough to turn the tide against Riot. However, we have now gotten our first look at the roster Disguised could be fielding in the NACL.

Disguised Debuts Roster Of LCS Veterans

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - DECEMBER 5 : Jeremy "DisguisedToast" Wang sitting at the game stage computer during the 2019 League of Legends All-Star Event at HyperX Esports Arena on December 5, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Colin Young-Wolff/Riot Games via Getty Images)

In lieu of a formal announcement, Disguised debuted their roster during a best-of-three showmatch against the former roster of Delta Fox. The roster that Toast has put together is stacked with well-known LCS veterans. Manning the top lane is Aaron "FakeGod" Lee, a six-split veteran of the LCS who also comes off a first-place finish with Cloud9 Challengers in the NACL Spring split. Roaming the jungle is Tomio "Tomio" Chan. Tomio is a long-time member of Evil Geniuses Academy who also won the NACL Spring split title on Cloud9 Challengers.

Disguised's mid laner is Youngho "Young" Choi, who spent the Spring split as a sub on Golden Guardians. Another academy veteran can be found at ADC in Brandon "Meech" Choi. Meech has spent time in the systems of Dignitas, Immortals, and CLG. Finally, joining Meech in the bot lane is support Tristan "Zeyzal" Stidam. Playing his first LCS split in 2018, Zeyzal went to two World Championships with Cloud9. Most recently, after stepping away from the game in 2022, he won the NACL Spring Split. The team is being coached by Greyson "Goldenglue" Glimer, a veteran LCS player who transitioned to coaching in 2021. After their showmatch with Delta Fox, Disguised will join the NACL for the start of the summer split next week. Follow all the latest esports news here at HotNewHipHop.

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Benjamin Mock (they/them) is a sports and culture writer working out of Philadelphia. Previously writing for the likes of Fixture, Dexerto, Fragster, and Jaxon, Ben has dedicated themselves to engaging and accessible articles about sports, esports, and internet culture. With a love for the weirder stories, you never quite know what to expect from their work.