North American All Pro League of Legends jungler Kim "Reignover" Yeu-jin has left his previous team Immortals and has finalized a deal with Team Liquid to compete on its League of Legends lineup in 2017, sources close to Team Liquid and the player tell ESPN.
Reignover's contract with Immortals expired at the end of October, shortly after Immortals waived any tampering clause for all five of its players, giving them the ability to speak with teams before the end of their contracts. Team Liquid reportedly was in talks with Reignover and Adrian "Adrian" Ma in September. Reignover, for his part, began bootcamping several weeks ago in South Korea while exploring his options for next year, sources close to the player tell ESPN.
The news comes one day after fellow North American League Championship Series team Phoenix1 announced that it had signed former Immortals support Adrian. It's uncertain what the remainder of the Immortals lineup (Heo "Huni" Seung-hoon, Eugene "Pobelter" Park and Jason "WildTurtle" Tran, whose contracts have all expired) will do heading into the next season, although sources say that WildTurtle is unlikely to re-sign with Immortals.
Team Liquid declined to comment.