Milwaukee Bucks co-owner puts his son in charge of new League of Legends team

Earlier in the month it was revealed that Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Wesley Edens has purchased a place in the North American LCS from Cloud9. Now we know that he has put his son in charge of it all.  

Earlier in the month it was revealed that Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Wesley Edens has purchased a place in the North American LCS from Cloud9. Now we know that he has put his son in charge of it all.  

Ryan Edens will be managing the team, which is currently in talks to sign four of the former Cloud9 Challenger team members. It is not known how much Ryan knows about League, or even managing a sport team for that matter, but with his family's other ventures you would assume he has some knowledge. With his dad putting up over $2 million for the team you would think he has some idea of what to do. 

The team is currently unnamed and there has been no official announcement of any players being signed, however it is believed that An “BalIs” Van Le, Hai “Hai” Lam, Johnny “Altec” Ru, Daerek “LemonNation” Hart will all sign for the new organisation.