Dignitas QNTMPAY announced Vincent “Biofrost” Wang as their starting support for the 2022 season on Wednesday. Biofrost was last seen on TSM in the 2020 season before he announced he was taking a break from competitive play to pursue streaming and other endeavors.
Who's your Biodaddy?
Welcome @Biofrostlol to @DignitasLoL QNTMPAY for the 2022 #LCS season!
Go give him a warm welcome: https://t.co/YcHzo5kdQU
*pending Riot approval pic.twitter.com/UqbJrZGxOW
— Dignitas (@dignitas) November 17, 2021
Biofrost joined the League of Legends Championship Series in 2016 starting with TSM. That year, paired with Yiliang”Doublelift” Peng, he placed first in the NA LCS regular season and playoffs and went to the League of Legends World Championships. The following season, Biofrost and TSM won the the 2017 regular season and playoffs in the spring and summer and went to both the Mid-Season Invitational and Worlds 2017. In 2018, Biofrost went to Counter Logic Gaming and paired up with bot laner Trevor “Stixxay” Hayes.
He left CLG in after the 2019 season to return to TSM. In 2020, Biofrost placed fifth and fourth in the 2020 LCS regular season in spring and summer respectively. He also won the LCS summer playoffs that year, going 3-2 over Flyquest, after getting benched for current SK Gaming player Erik “Treatz” Wessén for a few games. At Worlds 2020, Biofrost and TSM went 0-6 in the group stage and bombed out of the tournament before the knockout stage.
Before the 2021 season, Biofrost announced he would be taking a break from competitive League of Legends.
An update from @Biofrostlol
Thank you for everything you gave #TSM and good luck with your next challenge, we know you'll smash it 🤍 pic.twitter.com/mnucRqO6a7
— TSM FTX (@TSM) December 4, 2020
He will be joining a Dignitas squad coming off a decent season and in a slight rebuild. The only players that are confirmed to be on the Dignitas roster for the 2022 season include top laner Aaron “FakeGod” Lee and bot laner Toàn “Neo” Trần, who are both signed through 2022. Biofrost is set to join a Dignitas squad that went 23-22 combined over the course of the 2021 season and made their way into the post season in both splits. The last time fans saw the Dignitas brand was in the LCS 2021 Championship, in which they bombed out in the first round to Immortals 0-3.
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