Sources: Rekkles and G2 Esports to part ways, team holding tryouts for ADC replacement – Dot Esports

Sources: Rekkles and G2 Esports to part ways, team holding tryouts for ADC replacement – Dot Esports

G2 Esports AD carry Rekkles will not return to the League of Legends team next year, sources familiar with that decision told Dot Esports. 

G2 is now in the process of selling his contract, which ends in November 2023. Over the past couple of weeks, G2 has informed its players, staff, and others close to its League squad about Rekkles’ imminent departure, sources said.

The relationship between G2 and Rekkles is frayed after a season that saw the European dynasty fail to earn a spot in the World Championship for the first time since it qualified for the continent’s top league. 

Rekkles was set to attend the 2021 World Championship group draw show on Sept. 22 to represent G2 as a special guest. But at the last minute, and as a result of tense negotiations between the two, the ADC didn’t participate, according to sources. Instead, G2 arranged for jungler Jankos to replace him.

With the relationship between Rekkles and G2 set to end, the org has been restrictive in terms of which other teams it’s negotiating with. Team Vitality has expressed interest in the star ADC, but G2 isn’t open to negotiating with the org at this time, according to sources.

Rekkles’ future in pro League remains uncertain. His next team is undecided and no option has been discarded yet. Even China’s League Pro League could end up being his new home since there’s mutual interest in this happening, according to sources. North America
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