With the rumor mill running full force about who Cloud9 could be looking at to sign to their League of Legends roster, the organization has announced that both Michael “Bunny FuFuu” Kurylo and Lee “Rush” Yoon-Jae have been added to the team.

Rush will be replacing Hai “Hai” Du Lam as jungler, who moved in to starter position from CGO as a substitute following the departure of William “Meteos” Hartman. He first joined the professional League scene just a year ago with the team LMQ, which was later rebranded as Team Impulse, where he stayed until this month.

Lee Sin is his preferred champion, holding a win rate of 45.5 and KDA of 4.44 with her during the North American LCS Summer 2015 and Summer 2015 Playoffs. When asked about his aspirations with the team, he said, “I want to win in NA at least once,” he said. “My goal is to win both the spring and summer split with Cloud9.”

Bunny FuFuu is taking up the support position for Cloud9, rotating with Hai in scrims. “I think it’s good for me, because I already know the guys,” he said in a statement, “I’m not brand new, walking in, and trying to become friends with them. We’re already friends. Now we just have to mesh in our playstyles.”

He’s been a competitive LoL player since 2013 when he joined Gold Gaming LA. Bunny FuFuu then moved around between teams, such as Team Curse and Gravity. Ironically enough, his team was unable to qualify for Worlds due to Cloud9 ending their time in the season at the NA Regional Finals. Thresh is his favorite champion, who he held a win rate of 60% and KDA of 5.92 with during the NA LCS Summer Split.

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