EnVyUs has professional teams for other games include Call of Duty, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Halo, Starcraft, and others. It hasn’t been stated how many players from the current roster of the Renegades will stay on after the buy out.
The ban came after Riot had investigated three teams, including the Renegades regarding breaking league rules. Not only was the team banned and forced to sell but the co-owner, Chris Badawi, was banned from the league. Renegades had until May 18 to sell their spot in the LCS but according to the report by Daily Dot, they were looking to sell before the ban was announced. The deal is said to be more than $1 million and this will be the introduction of EnVyUs in professional League of Legends.
This is the first team to have sold their spot after Riot’s decision to ban three teams from playing. It has not been stated if anything from the Renegades will be kept in place or what EnVyUs plans to do player-wise for League of Legends. Also there has been no word if the other teams are close to selling their spots as of this article.