According to an ESPN report, the 10 teams to join the North American League of Legends Championship Series have been finalised, following the decision to franchise the league earlier this year, and it's NBA team Houston Rockets who are getting the final spot.
Recent reports have indicated fellow NBA teams Cleveland Cavaliers and co-owners of the Golden State Warriors have become affiliates in the league too, and all of the new franchises will allegedly pay $13 million USD in fees with $8 million upfront.
If all reports are to be believed, the lineup of teams will consist of returning teams Cloud9, Counter Logic Gaming, Echo Fox, FlyQuest, Team Liquid, and Team SoloMid, with new entries Cleveland Cavaliers, Houston Rockets, the Lacob family (co-owners of the Warriors), and OpTic Gaming rounding it off. Do you think this sounds like it could be true?
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