Lae-young “Keane” Jang got his competitive start in New Zealand and eventually made his way to North America where he has played for multiple Challenger and LCS caliber teams. In 2016 Keane joined up with Apex Gaming as they worked their way up from the Challenger scene all the way into the NA LCS. They started off their first professional split at a blazing pace, but eventually wrapped up their year with a seventh place finish in the summer.
Keane may not be the flashiest player to ever touch down on the Rift, but he might be exactly what’s needed as a member of the new-look Dignitas. He’s a consistent presence in the mid lane, akin to players like Fly and Kuro from the LCK. He’s more than happy to play his part and whether that’s lending the team some utility or crushing the enemy underfoot, he feels equally at home. Whatever team Dignitas needs from a mid laner, they can get from Keane.