Huma release LoL team, put EU CS spot up for sale

by theScore Staff Aug 15 2016
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Huma have released their League of Legends roster as they attempt to sell their EU Challenger Series spot.

Despite the team finishing second in the 2016 EU CS Summer Split, the organization has chosen to step back from the LoL competitive scene. The team lost 3-1 to Millenium in the semifinals of the 2016 EU CS Summer Playoffs last month.

Marc "Caedrel" Robert Lamont, Matthew "Impaler" Taylor, Jesper "Jwaow" Strandgren, Daniel "Wendelbo" Ernst Wendelbo and Kristoffer "Krislund" Albao Lund Pedersen all played for Huma in that series.

Though the team just formed in December 2015, they found themselves in hot water by February when allegations of payment-related issues surfaced. By May, most of the team's original roster and support staff had parted ways with the organization, though none of them explicitly stated that the alleged payment issues factored into their decision to leave the organization. Huma brought on a whole new roster in June to compete in the 2016 EU CS Summer Split.

Olivia Da Silva is a news editor at theScore esports. You can usually find her freaking out over someone's dog or telling terrible jokes to anyone who will listen. Feel free to follow her on Twitter.