Frozen has reportedly signed a contract worth $200,000 a year

According to internal information published by Turkish League of Legends website 5mid.com, the 1907 Fenerbahce Midlaner Frozen has signed a contract worth $200,000 a year.

This would make him the highest-paid player in the Turkish league.

Due to Frozen’s incredible performances in the Turkish league, Fenerbahce (please don’t sue us for not using the “1907” all the time, thanks) was able to 3-0 BAUSuperMassive in the Turkish Champions League finals and qualify for Worlds.

From then on, the team was able to dominate the Play-In-Stage, taking the first place of Group D against Honk Kong Attitude and Rampage.

Fenerbahce was then placed in Group C, where they didn’t win a single game against the likes of Samsung Galaxy, RNG and G2 Esports.

Frozen will go up against fellow Korean Midlaner GBM in the following season, since the bow-tie-enthusiast has officially joined BAUSuperMassive.

Update: The team’s social media manager has called this news story “fake“.

Toru

Toru is an esports journalist trying to nurture esports culture whenever possible. He’s into sports in general, manga and once started a degree in psychology.