RunAway brings in Seraph and others for 2020

Top laner Shin "Seraph" Woo-yeong. Provided by Riot Games

RunAway unveiled the roster for the team it plans to enter for the 2020 League of Legends Challengers Korea Spring Split.

The organization had been expected to acquire an existing team, but instead rolled out a mixture of players, some of whom have been absent from the professional scene recently.

The inaugural roster features top laner Woo-yeong "Seraph" Shin, mid laner Ho-seong "Edge" Lee, bot laner Mu-heon "Moo" Lim, support Joon-soo "Zzus" Jang, and junglers Jun-seo "Crush" Kim and Hyeon-jun "Bluff" Kim.

Seraph last played as a pro in 2017 before completing his mandatory two-year military service in South Korea. Zzus last played in May and Bluff's only experience is with MVP from January through June of this year.

Tae-hee "Tilly" Kim will serve as manager and share coaching duties with Dong-hyeon "Sensation" Kim.

The team is an expansion of RunAway founder Dae-hoon "Runner" Yoon's eSports brand, best known for its success in Korea's Overwatch Contenders competition.

--Field Level Media