Dignitas CSGO team leaves, Virtus.pro re-signs for four years, Cloud9 announces LoL roster

Our top stories from Monday:

Immortals’ new top laner Lee “Flame” Ho-jong was just like Joshua “Dardoch” Hartnett before Dardoch even existed.

StarCraft legend Lee “FlaSh” Young-Ho was apparently caught boosting while playing League of Legends on stream.

Best from around the web:

League of Legends

Cloud9 announced its 2017 roster for the League Championship Series.

Lee “GBM” Chang-seok will reportedly sign with Team Vitality.

Newbee signed a coach and backup AD Carry.

Kang “Haru” Min-seung signed with Samsung Galaxy.

A look at Splyce’s growth trajectory for 2017.

Flash Wolves signed former Teipei Assassins player Winds as coach.

Royal Never Give Up has signed a coach.

Loken has joined the QG Reapers.

Counter-Strike

Dignitas and its players have parted ways.

The former Dignitas’ coach said the players initiated the departure.

Virtus.pro re-signed its roster for four years through 2020.

Stephanie “missharvey” Harvey is Canada’s smartest person.

FC Copenhagen is reportedly looking to sign a Counter-Strike team, in a report published hours after Dignitas’ departure was announced.

Overwatch

Team SoloMid has reportedly signed an Overwatch roster.

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