Soren “Bjergsen” Bjerg and Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng have joined the Thieves for the 2023 LoL season, with the team making four changes to their roster after running with the same roster for three straight seasons.
The official twitter of 100 Thieves Esports confirmed their 2023 LoL LCS roster in a tweet on December 9, along with a video introducing their new line-up.
Our biggest heist yet. #100T
— 100 Thieves Esports (@100T_Esports) December 9, 2022
Regarded as one of the greatest duos in North American League of Legends history, Bjergsen and Doublelift will join forces for the third time throughout their storied careers.
After playing together on Team Solomid for the 2020 season, the last two years saw the legends go in different directions.
Doublelift took time away from professional LoL to focus on his streaming career, while Bjergsen stayed at TSM to coach the team.
Bjergsen then joined Team Liquid as the attempted to create a superteam for the 2022 season, however, they ultimately failed and resulted in massive changes to the Team Liquid organisation.
Doublelift and Bjergsen will join two rookies that have been apart of the 100 Thieves development system since 2020 in, Milan “Tenacity” Oleksij and Alan “Busio” Cwalina, while Can “Closer” Celik is the only returning member of the 2022 100 Thieves LCS roster.