Rossy joins the South Korean organization after a history of competing in North America, marking the second time T1 have dipped into another region's talent pool through imports following their signing of Joseph "ban" Seungmin Oh in 2022.
Most known for his time on TSM TSM Inactive , Rossy found himself within North America's 2023 Challengers League after a brief stint with FaZe Clan FaZe Clan Inactive settled him on Turtle Troop Turtle Troop North America Rank #7 's active roster. Placing in the lower half of both splits, Turtle Troop found themselves out early in both Splits, failing to qualify for either playoffs event in 2023.
Forced to fight for their league spot in the Play-In Relegation, Rossy and the rest of the Troop handled MAD Lions MAD Lions Inactive and OREsports OREsports North America Rank #12 with ease, keeping them in next year's Challengers League.
However, the next four months saw Rossy play with a handful of different rosters in a multitude of T2 tournaments. Rossy would later announce that he was LFT ahead of 2024 while Turtle Troops competed in different events without him.
Despite a third-place finish within the Pacific League's playoffs, T1 were only able to pick up one win at both Masters: Tokyo and Champions before being denied a spot at playoffs by EDward Gaming EDward Gaming China Rank #1 and FUT Esports FUT Esports Europe Rank #4 .
Earlier in September, the organization began their post-season roster rework, releasing the trio of Munchkin , ban, and iNTRO — followed by the subsequent announcements of iZu , k1Ng , and the Indonesian xccurate . With the organization's import slot now taken up by Rossy, T1 look poised to enter the season with a seven-man roster.