Amazing won't compete in 2020, Wadid still a free agent

Wadid with the thumbs at at the League of Legends World Champoinship. Provided by Riot Games

Maurice "Amazing" Stuckenschneider announced Sunday that he will not be competing in 2020, and Kim "Wadid" Bae-in announced on Sunday he won't be in the LEC (Europe) or LCS (North America) next season.

Amazing said on Twitter he has decided to "go in another direction" in 2020 and referred to his time in North America as "kind of a send off."

The 25-year-old jungler was with 100 Thieves since May. He was part of the team that finished eighth in the Summer Split earlier this year. But in Europe, Amazing helped FC Schalke 04 to second-place finishes in the 2018 summer playoffs and 2018 regional finals. He also helped the club finish third in the 2018 Summer Split.

Wadid, a FlyQuest support since May, tweeted, "Not gonna lie I'm a bit depressed now.. well I will miss everyone there!"

He also added he is "motivated and good right now so I will find my job."

FlyQuest released Wadid from his contract earlier this month, though Sunday's announcement was the first to reveal Wadid's struggles to find a new club.

Both players were victims of the roster turnover going on right now as teams gear up for the 2020 season.

In 2018, Wadid helped G2 Esports to a first-place showing in the Europe Regional Finals and a 3-4 finish at the 2018 Worlds.

--Field Level Media