DragonX, formerly KingZone DragonX, has finalized the roster with outstanding acquisitions in the solo lanes. \n \nThe organization has acquired Doran and Chovy from the Griffin line-up, two superstars who have grown very fast in a small period, debuting in one year at the World Championship after qualifying for the League Champions Korea. \n \n \n \nThe DragonX full line up for the next League Champions Korea season will have the following members: \n \nTop laner: Doran, former top laner for Griffin \n \nJungler: Pyosik, former trainee for Kingzone \n \nMid laner: Chovy, former mid laner for Griffin \n \nBottom lane: Deft, recuring member \n \nSupport lane: Keria, former trainee for Kingzone \n \nThe organization had big success for the past two years, they have finished 3rd in LCK Summer 2018, 4th in LCK Summer 2018 Playoffs; 3rd in LCK Spring 2019, 3rd in LCK Spring Playoffs 2019; 7th in LCK Summer 2019 and both years 1 match away from qualifying for the World Championship as Koreas 3rd seed. \n \nWhile the team of Rascal\/Cuzz\/Naehyun\/Deft and Tusin seemed promising and delivered in some games, managing to turn around during the second part of LCK Summer 2019, they could not qualify, losing the best-of-five to DamwonGaming in the end with a score of 2-3. \n \nAfter their disappointing seasons of not qualifying for the World Championship two years in a row, a rebuilt was expected. The organization resigned Deft and let other starter players go. While the fans were unsure if it was a good move since there was synergy between the existing players and cohesion, the organization proved them wrong by winning the offseason of Korea with the recent signings. \n \nBoth Chovy and Doran were superstars in the Griffin line-up, solo carrying multiple games against tough opponents such as DamwonGaming, SK Telekom T1, and Sandbox Gaming. \n \nWhile Chovy and Doran are tested from their previous team, Keria and Pyosik are upcoming superstars. Both were trainees for DragonX during the last seasons. Many LCK teams have trainees instead of an academy team after Kespa imposed restrictions a couple of years ago against owning both an LCK and a CK team. These trainees practice solo que most of their day and participate in some scrims. \n \nThe roster going into the 2020 season looks promising with three-star players in the carry roles: Doran, Chovy, and Deft. While the solo laners are overall upgrades over Rascal and Naehyun, the trainees will be tested in the upcoming season if they were worth to be promoted over acquiring external players or not.