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Team Liquid have hired former Riot Games analyst and commentator Joshua 'Jatt' Leesman as their new head coach for the League of Legends Championship Series, the team announced Monday. Rar viewer online.

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The change comes after Liquid placed ninth in the League Championship Series spring split. Following that finish, the team moved then-head coach Jang 'Cain' Nu-ri to a strategic coaching role and traded veteran AD carry Yiliang 'Doublelift' Peng to Team SoloMid. In Doublelift's place, the team promoted former Academy AD carry Edward 'Tactical' Ra to the full-time starter position on the LCS team.

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'One thing watching the 'Squad' episode at the end of the spring split, it was clear that all the players in Team Liquid felt like they lacked an identity,' Jatt said in a video released on Team Liquid's Twitter account announcing the news. 'I'm not going to be the type of coach that comes in and says, 'This is our identity. This is how we're going to play.' I'm hoping that I'm able to gather all of the information from the players and the coaches and help align everyone towards the same goal. That's how we'll find an identity that everyone is able to buy into.'

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Jatt joins Liquid after working at Riot Games for eight and a half years. There he served in various roles over the tenure, including as a quality assurance analyst, an on-air commentator and analyst and a game designer. In January 2019, Jatt stepped away from commentating and participating in the LCS analyst desk to work on the League of Legends game balance team. He would later return to the LCS broadcast in July 2019 and has worked on that production up until now.

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Prior to working at Riot, Jatt played League of Legends professionally. He competed as a jungler for Rock Solid, a team that was later acquired by Team Dignitas in September 2011. Although his pro stint only lasted one year, he quickly established himself as a member of the League of Legends community and went on to become one of the most loved members of the LCS broadcast team.