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History
Created (1)2003-09-09 Organization
2011-09-22 LoL Division
Disbanded (1)2016-06-03 LoL Division
Created (2)2016-09-26 LoL Division
Disbanded (2)2017-1?-?? LoL Division
Created (3)2019-06-06
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Dignitas is an international esports team headquartered in Great Britain. It was founded on September 9, 2003 as a fusion of the Battlefield 1942 clans Legion Condor and Sweden Kompanix. Later on, more teams were added to the organization, and in July 2004 Team Dignitas was registered as a company - Team Dignitas Ltd. In addition to their League of Legends team, Dignitas also sponsors teams and players for Battlefield 3, Counter Strike, Fifa, various fighting games, Quake Live, racing games, and StarCraft II.

History[]

Pre Season 2[]

Team Dignitas acquired the roster of Rock Solid in September 2011.[1] At the time, the roster included Voyboy, Jatt, scarra, imaqtpie, and L0cust, and they had recently had several strong online finishes.

The first event that the roster competed in under their new organization was IPL 3[2] Defeating Curse Gaming, Counter Logic Gaming, and then Epik Gamer, the team took home the championship and 200 circuit points. Due to their participation in the IEM New York Qualifier #1 as Rock Solid, Dignitas had an opportunity to qualify for IEM New York. They were successful and attended the tournament but did not advance from the group stage and finished tied for fifth, earning 25 Riot-circuit points.

Dignitas's next LAN was MLG Providence, where they placed third.[3] After a quarterfinal finish at WCG 2011, Jatt stepped down from the team, stating that he could "no longer put up the required time to stay at the top level and he does not want to hold his teammates back".[4] Jatt went on to join Riot Games and eventually became a caster for them.[5]

Season 2[]

Jatt's replacement IWillDominate joined the team in January 2012, the day before IEM Kiev.[6] Dignitas placed third there, after a semifinal loss to Team SoloMid and a third-place victory over SK Gaming.[7][8][9][10][11] That performance along with their other IEM results was enough to qualify Dignitas for the IEM Season VI World Championship in Hanover, where they placed second behind Moscow Five.[12][13]

After a third-place finish at IPL 4 in April, top laner Voyboy left the team to join CLG, while Curse's jungler Crumbzz joined the Dignitas lineup, moving to top lane; the three-way roster swap was completed by CLG Saintvicious leaving to join Curse. With only three weeks of practice before the MLG Spring Championship, Dignitas were not expected to perform well. However, they defeated Team Green Forest, Team Dynamic, and CLG Prime in the winners' bracket before finally falling to Team SoloMid and then CLG, taking home third.[14]

Along with Western teams CLG.EU and CLG Prime, Dignitas temporarily moved to South Korea to participate in Azubu The Champions Summer 2012. Unfortunately, IWillDominate suffered from many health issues and had to go to the emergency room twice. The team finished third in their group, just out of playoff contention.[15] Shortly after the event, they returned to North America. L0cust left the team, replaced Patoy.

After returning home, Dignitas competed in the 2012 MLG Summer Championship in Raleigh, an event that top North American teams TSM and CLG had notably decided not to attend in order to better prepare for the Season 2 Regional Finals and not show anyone what they were preparing. As a result, Dignitas and Curse were considered the favorites to win the entire tournament. Both teams reached the finals, but instead of playing out the series normally, they decided to play All-Random All-Mid (ARAM) in the first game. After that first game, the teams played the remainder of the series out seriously, and Curse won the series 3-2.[16] However, the teams' mutual decision to play ARAM was ruled to be collusion, and so both teams were disqualified from the tournament.[17]

The team's next LAN was the Season 2 Regional Finals, held at PAX Prime in Seattle. They placed second, beating Team Dynamic and CLG before losing to TSM in the finals. This finish gave them a seed to the Season 2 World Championship.[18] At Worlds, Dignitas was placed into Group B, along with NaJin Sword, CLG EU, and the Saigon Jokers. They lost all three of their group-stage games, with Saigon Jokers's victory considered the biggest upset of the group stage.[19]

Preseason 3[]

In the offseason, IWillDominate was suspended from competitive play for a year as a result of violating the Summoners Code.[20] Instead of the team looking for a new jungler, Crumbzz moved to jungle, and Dignitas picked up KiWiKiD as their new top laner.

Season 3[]

Due to their participation at Season 2 Worlds, Dignitas were automatically given a slot in the NA LCS Season 3 Spring Split, the first season of Riot's fully-professional league. They started out the series going 16-5 in their first 21 games before going 1-6 in their last 7. This performance was enough to secure themselves a playoff slot, where they lost immediately to Good Game University, which forced them to requalify for the summer split by beating Team Summon in a best-of-five series, which they did.

During the summer split, Dignitas performed more inconsistently than they had in the spring but still finished in fifth place with a 13-15 record, once again making it to the playoffs. This time, they showed better results in the playoffs and finished in fourth - out of Worlds contention, but safely in the 2014 Spring Split.

2014 Preseason[]

During the offseason, Dignitas took Patoy off the starting roster and moved top laner KiWiKiD to support. After holding tryouts to find a new toplaner, they settled on Cruzerthebruzer.[21]

2014 Season[]

Dignitas placed fourth in the spring round robin, with a 12-16 record. In March, long-time mid laner scarra stepped down from the team and was replaced by goldenglue for the last two weeks of the regular season. However, scarra returned for the playoffs, where they placed fifth. After the playoffs, scarra once again left the starting roster to coach the team, while Shiphtur and ZionSpartan joined from the recently-relegated Team Coast to play mid lane and top lane, respectively. Cruzerthebruzer and goldenglue both became substitutes. Team owner Michael "Odee" O'Dell was fined $1,000 USD for using offensive and vulgar language on a popular online streaming platform in June.[22]

In the summer split, despite sitting at a 6-2 record at the end of the third week, they ended the round robin in sixth place, with a 13-15 record. However, in the playoffs they managed to avoid relegation by defeating CLG in the fifth-place match.

2015 Preseason[]

After the conclusion of the season, scarra left the team completely, resigning his position as coach. Additionally, ZionSpartan and Imaqtpie departed; with Imaqtpie's departure, the last member of the original Rock Solid lineup was gone. When Team Curse declined their invitation to IEM Cologne, Dignitas were invited to participate in the tournament instead.[23] They tied for third with Team ROCCAT, using new acquisitions Core JJ and Gamsu for the first time, confirming long-standing rumors that those would be the team's new AD carry and top laner, respectively. The complete roster going into the 2015 season included Core JJ, Crumbzz, Shiphtur, Gamsu, and KiWiKiD.[24]

2015 Season[]

After the first two weeks of the spring split, Crumbzz stepped down from the team, and CloudNguyen played as Dignitas's jungler in week's 3-5; Azingy joined for week 6 and stayed for the remainder of the split. The team ended the round robin with a 6-12 record in 9th place. Winterfox, the 8th-place team, chose to play against Team Dragon Knights in relegations, leaving Dignitas to play against Team Fusion. However, while Winterfox was relegated, Dignitas stayed in the LCS for the summer season.

Two weeks into the Summer Season, Helios joined Dignitas and replaced Azingy. Despite being tied for first with a 7-2 record halfway through the season, the team struggled throughout the last half and finished sixth at 10-8. In the quarterfinals of the summer playoffs, Dignitas was swept by Team Impulse and finished 2015 with only 20 Championship Points, failing to qualify for the regional finals and eliminating them from contention for the Season 5 World Championship.

2016 Preseason[]

Faced with the need to sell one of their LCS teams, Dignitas sold their European team in October 2015. Brokenshard, formerly head coach of that squad, moved to their North American staff as head coach, and former Gamers2 manager InnerFlame joined as team manager.[25][26] Dignitas also revamped their roster: Smittyj and Kirei from the European Challenger team joined the team as top laner and jungler, and former Team Impulse AD carry Apollo replaced CoreJJ. With Jesse substituting in place of KiWiKiD, the new lineup debuted at IEM Cologne, where they were eliminated in the first round, losing 2-1 to China's Qiao Gu.

2016 Season[]

Following two 1-1 weeks in the season's spring split, Smittyj was removed from the team's starting roster and replaced by BillyBoss, due to "behavioural issues".[27] The team's worst-ever split unfolded following this change, as they saw only two further wins and – after playing the longest game of the split – finished 10th place with a 4-14 record. The same roster played in the Summer Promotion tournament, where they lost 0-3 to Team Dragon Knights, resulting in their elimination from the LCS. This made Dignitas the first of the three original North American LCS invitee teams to be relegated from the competition.

In May, Dignitas transferred its NACS Summer Season seed to Apex Gaming.[28] After Apex finished the split in seventh place, both Dignitas and Apex were acquired by the Philadelphia 76ers in September 2016, to play under the Dignitas name.[29]

2017 Season[]

Following the merger, the new Dignitas team made significant roster changes, parting ways with coaches Saintvicious and Cop, top laner Ray, jungler Shrimp and ADC Apollo. To replace them, Dignitas acquired two Korean imports, former KT Rolster star top laner Ssumday and former Longzhu jungler Chaser, as well as former Team EnVyUs ADC LOD, with new coach Kim Jeong-soo. This new lineup failed to gel initially, going 2-6 over the first four weeks of the Spring Split, prompting the team to rehire Cop as head coach. This move paid immediate dividends, as Dignitas went 7-3 over the remainder of the split, beating Immortals in their final game of the season to take 6th place and a playoff berth. Unfortunately, they were matched up against eventual 3rd place team Phoenix1 in the quarterfinals, and proceeded to get swept.

In the midseason, the team also rehired Saintvicious and added former Echo and Delta Fox support BIG, citing his increased team communication. Additionally, after winning their first two series of the Summer Split, Chaser was replaced by their former Apex Gaming jungler Shrimp, who had returned to the team after spending the spring with DetonatioN FocusMe of the LJL. Chaser would only play in one other game for Dignitas, and eventually left the team in July. This move seemed to pay off initially, as Dignitas finished the first three weeks of the split 5-1 and in a three way tie for first, with praise going to their newfound skill in playing around Baron. However, the team then proceeded to reverse that record, losing their next four series and falling into 5th place, despite LOD being replaced by former FlyQuest ADC Altec. Making yet another move, BIG was moved to substitute and was replaced by veteran support Adrian, who had been acquired at the same time as Altec. This duo, who had played together in solo queue, immediately clicked, and Dignitas pulled off yet another late season run, going 6-2 over the remaining weeks, with Altec carrying multiple games and Adrian playing well on a variety of supports.

The team took 5th and were matched up against 4th place Cloud9 in the quarterfinals, who despite having a rather disappointing split of their own were favored to win, due to having finished second in the Spring with the exact same roster. However, Dignitas took the first two games, and after dropping the third, managed to come back in the fourth game after a clutch Taliyah ultimate by Keane prevented C9 from reaching the nexus despite all three Dignitas inhibitors being down. After dropping a 3-1 semifinals set to eventual champions TSM, Dignitas moved to the third place match, this time as favorites against CLG, who had struggled in the quarterfinals and were playing rookie jungler OmarGod. However, CLG made short work of Dignitas in a 3-0 sweep, in large part due to Shrimp getting caught out in the jungle early all three games. Due to making the playoffs in both splits, Dignitas still had the third seed in the Regional Finals and a chance to make Worlds, but seeming defeated, the team dropped 3-0 to seventh place FlyQuest, ending their season.

Dignitas was not selected to be a part of the NA LCS 2018 Season, and the team disbanded before the end of 2017.

2019 Season[]

After more than a year of absence from the League of Legends scene, ESPN reported in April 2019 that Dignitas had agreed to buy a controlling share of Clutch Gaming, one of the new franchises that had joined after their departure, from the NBA's Houston Rockets. The article also reported that the team would rebrand to Dignitas after Worlds 2019. In June of the same year, the deal was officially announced. As reported, the team would not rebrand until after the season ended, although Dignitas immediately began to provide administrative and social media support, and the team's jerseys were redesigned to use the Dignitas colors.

2020 Season[]

Despite Clutch's successful Worlds run, the newly rebranded Dignitas elected to only retain Huni from their 2019 roster, signing him to a massive two-year, $2.3 million dollar contract. After reportedly struggling to sign other players due to the size of that contract, DIG eventually filled out the roster with veteran mid laner Froggen and veteran support Aphromoo, along with rookie bot laner Johnsun and former TSM jungler Grig. The team started the spring split strong, going 3-1 over the first two weeks, including an upset of defending champions Team Liquid. Struggles set in after that, and they managed only 3 additional wins over the next six weeks of play and looked out of playoff contention going into the final week. However, a 0-2 collapse by Immortals coupled with a 2-0 surge by both Dignitas and Golden Guardians landed them in a three-way tie with the aforementioned teams for the final playoff spot. DIG was seeded into the first round of the tiebreaker bracket, where they defeated Immortals, only to fall short in the final round against Golden Guardians, ending their season in seventh place.

Timeline[]

  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
  • 2021
  • 2022
  • 2023
  • 2024
  • February (approx.), Jonathan Kemp (Chief Executive Officer) leaves.
  • May 22, Michael Prindiville (Chief Executive Officer) joins.[105]
  • October 31, Team Dignitas rebrands to Dignitas.[106][107]
  • January 8, Invert (Assistant Coach) joins.[133] Invert (Assistant Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2021.[134]
  • January 26, Jim (Head Analyst) joins.[135]
  • March 5,
    Akaadian joins from academy roster.
    [136]
  • April 23,
    Grig is removed from the GCD.[137]
  • April 27,
    Huni is removed from the GCD.[138]
  • May 26,
    Dardoch joins.
    [139]
    Dardoch's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 17 November 2020.[140]
  • May 27,
    V1per joins.
    [141]
    V1per's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 17 November 2020.[142]
  • June 26,
    Lourlo joins from academy roster.
    [143]
  • July 2,
    Akaadian and
    Froggen leave for academy roster.[144]
  • July 3,
    Fenix joins from academy roster.
    [145]
  • July 8, JDempe (Director of Content) joins.[146]
  • July 18,
    Lourlo leaves for academy roster.
  • July 28, TYPO (Creative Director) joins.[147]
  • July 30, Sean Finnegan (Senior Producer of Branded Video) joins.[148]
  • September 17, Christopher Mann (VP, Partnerships) leaves.[149]
  • September 25, Bakery (Assistant General Manager to Director of Esports), Fifflaren (CS:GO Head Coach & General Manager to VP of Esports), and sapphiRe (VP of Marketing to VP of Talent) change positions.[150][151][152][153][154]
  • October 22,
    Dardoch's contract is extended.[155]
    Dardoch's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2021.[156]
  • October 27, Thinkcard (Head Coach) leaves.[157]
  • November 14,
    Copy is drafted at LCS Scouting Grounds 2020 with exclusivity window ending on 24 November 2020.[158]
  • November 16,
    V1per and
    Fenix leave.[159][160]
    Dardoch's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2022.[161]
  • November 18,
    Johnsun leaves.[162]
  • November 22,
    Copy's draft window is ended early without any signing.[163]
  • November 24, Jimmy (Division Coach) joins.[164] Jimmy (Division Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2022.[165]
  • November 25,
    Soligo joins.
    [166]
    FakeGod joins.
    [167]
  • November 26,
    FakeGod and
    Soligo's contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2022.[168]
  • December (approx.), Pete Szilagyi (VP, Finance and Operations to SVP, Finance and Operations) changes position.
  • December 7,
    Neo joins from academy roster.
    [169]
  • December 8,
    aphromoo will remain with the team for 2021.[170]
  • December 9,
    Neo's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 22 November 2022.[171]
  • December 15, Ryan Friedman (Chief of Staff) leaves.[172]
  • January 5, Mel (Partnerships Activation Manager to Senior Team Operations Manager) changes position.[173]
  • January 22, Starsmitten (Content Creator) joins.[174]
  • February 8, Mabrey (Strategic Coach) joins.[175]
  • February 10, Mabrey (Strategic Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 1 November 2021.[176]
  • June 4, Lenny Wiersma (Sports Psychologist) joins.[177]
  • June 9,
    Yusui joins from academy roster.

    Soligo leaves for academy roster.[178]
  • June 19,
    Akaadian rejoins from academy roster.
    [179]
  • June 25,
    Dardoch leaves.[180]
  • November 12, Mel (Senior Team Operations Manager) leaves.[181]
  • November 15,
    aphromoo leaves.[182]
    Yusui and Invert (Assistant Coach) leave.[183] Jimmy (Division Coach) leaves.[184]
    Akaadian leaves.[185]
  • November 16,
    FakeGod and
    Neo will remain with the team for 2022.[186][187] Enatron (Head Coach) joins. Lenny Wiersma (Sports Psychologist to Director of Performance) and Vynarian (Head Analyst to Senior Manager of Team Operations) change positions.[188] Enatron (Head Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 21 November 2023.[189]
  • November 17,
    Biofrost joins.
    [190]
    Biofrost's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 21 November 2023.[191]
  • November 21,
    River joins.
    [192]
    River's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 21 November 2023.[193]
  • November 29,
    FakeGod's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 22 November 2022.
    River,
    Biofrost, and Enatron (Head Coach)'s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 22 November 2023.[194]
  • December 10,
    Blue joins.
    [195]
    Blue's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 22 November 2023.[196]
  • January 2, SuDal (Strategic Coach) is added to the GCD.
    Mabrey (Strategic Coach) is added to the GCD as substitute.
    [238]
    Mabrey (Strategic Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 31 March 2024.[238]
  • January 6, Invokid (Positional Coach) leaves.[239]
  • April 25,
    Rich leaves.[240]
  • May 1, Enatron (Head Coach) leaves.[241]
  • May 7,
    Licorice joins.
    [242]
    Licorice's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2025.[243]
  • May 24,
    Zven joins.
    [244] Treatz (Coach) is added to the GCD.
    Tomo is removed from the GCD.
    Mabrey (Strategic Coach) is removed from the GCD but is still part of the organization.[245]
    Zven's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2025.[245]
  • May 31,
    eXyu is removed from the GCD.[246]
  • June 3, SuDal (Strategic Coach) is removed from the GCD.[247]
  • June 4,
    Spica and
    Jensen are added to the GCD.
    Mabrey (Strategic Coach/Sub/Bot to Strategic Coach)'s position is changed in the GCD.[248]
    Spica and
    Jensen's contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 19 November 2024.[248]
  • June 5,
    Spica's joining is confirmed.
    [249]
  • June 7,
    Jensen's joining is confirmed.
    [250]
  • June 10, Treatz (Coach)'s joining is confirmed. Mabrey (Strategic Coach) will remain with the team.[251]
  • June 18, Treatz (Coach to Coach/Sub/Support)'s position is changed in the GCD.[252]
    Treatz (Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2025.[252]
  • June 26,
    Dove is removed from the GCD.[253]

Player Roster[]

Active[]

Dates:Approx|Exact
PlayerNameRoleContract EndsJoined
NA

LicoriceEric Ritchie
Top Laner
2025-11-18
May 20242024-05-07
NA

SpicaMingyi Lu
Jungler
2024-11-19
Jun 20242024-06-04
NA

JensenNicolaj Jensen
Mid Laner
2024-11-19
Jun 20242024-06-04
NA

ZvenJesper Svenningsen
Bot Laner
2025-11-18
May 20242024-05-24
NA

IslesJonah Rosario
Support
2024-11-19
Dec 20232023-12-04
EMEA

TreatzErik Wessén
Sub/Sup
2025-11-18
Jun 20242024-06-18

Former[]

Players are shown for the entire duration of their tenure on the team, with the role and substitute/trainee status they had upon their departure.

Dates:Approx|Exact
PlayerNameRoleJoinedLeftNext Team
KR

DoveKim Jae-yeon (김재연)
Mid Laner
Nov 20232023-11-30Jun 20242024-06-26Team Whaleslogo stdTW
NA

MabreyJoshua Alan Mabrey
Sub/Bot
Jan 20242024-01-02Jun 20242024-06-04Dignitaslogo stdDIG
NA

eXyuLawrence Lin Xu
Jungler
May 20232023-05-17May 20242024-05-31Fear x Starforgelogo stdFXS
NA

TomoFrank Lam
Bot Laner
Dec 20232023-12-01May 20242024-05-24Disguisedlogo stdDSG
KR

RichLee Jae-won (이재원)
Top Laner
May 20232023-05-02Apr 20242024-04-25Riot Games Inc.logo stdRiot
NA

JensenNicolaj Jensen
Mid Laner
Dec 20222022-12-20Nov 20232023-11-21FlyQuestlogo stdFLY
NA

TomoFrank Lam
Bot Laner
Feb 20232023-02-23Oct 20232023-10-22Dignitaslogo stdDIG
NA

DiamondDavid Bérubé
Support
May 20232023-05-17Oct 20232023-10-22Supernovalogo stdSN
NA

PoomePhilippe Lavoie-Giguere
Support
Jul 20232023-07-10Oct 20232023-10-22Fisher Collegelogo stdFC
NA

SantorinLucas Tao Kilmer Larsen
Jungler
Dec 20222022-12-20Oct 20232023-10-08Retiredlogo stdRetired
KR

IgNarLee Dong-geun (이동근)
Support
Dec 20222022-12-16May 20232023-05-27NRGlogo stdNRG
EMEA

Armutİrfan Berk Tükek
Top Laner
Dec 20222022-12-20May 20232023-05-03Papara SuperMassivelogo stdSUP
NA

BiofrostVincent Wang
Support
Nov 20212021-11-17Mar 20232023-03-14Dignitaslogo stdDIG
NA

SpawnTrevor Kerr-Taylor
Bot Laner
Jul 20222022-07-21Feb 20232023-02-23Dignitas Challengerslogo stdDIGC
KR

HoonLee Jang-hoon (이장훈)
Top Laner
Jul 20222022-07-28Dec 20222022-12-21Dignitas Academylogo stdDIG.A
NA

eXyuLawrence Lin Xu
Jungler
Jul 20222022-07-28Dec 20222022-12-21Dignitas Academylogo stdDIG.A
TR

BlueErsin Gören
Mid Laner
Dec 20212021-12-10Nov 20222022-11-14Papara SuperMassivelogo stdSUP
NA

GamsuNoh Yeong-jin (노영진)
Top Laner
May 20222022-05-18Jul 20222022-07-28Dignitas Academylogo stdDIG.A
KR

RiverKim Dong-woo (김동우)
Jungler
Nov 20212021-11-21Jul 20222022-07-26Golden Guardianslogo stdGG
NA

NeoTrần Sư Toàn
Bot Laner
Dec 20202020-12-07Jul 20222022-07-21Dignitas Academylogo stdDIG.A
NA

FakeGodAaron Lee
Top Laner
Nov 20202020-11-25Apr 20222022-04-28Cloud9 Academylogo stdC9.A
NA

AkaadianMatthew Higginbotham
Jungler
Jun 20212021-06-19Nov 20212021-11-15Golden Guardians Academylogo stdGG.A
NA

YusuiDavid Bloomquist
Mid Laner
Jun 20212021-06-09Nov 20212021-11-15Immortals Challengerslogo stdIMTC
NA

aphromooZaqueri Black
Support
Dec 20192019-12-05Nov 20212021-11-15FlyQuestlogo stdFLY
NA

DardochJoshua Hartnett
Jungler
May 20202020-05-26Jun 20212021-06-25Immortalslogo stdIMT
NA

SoligoMax Soong
Mid Laner
Nov 20202020-11-25Jun 20212021-06-09Dignitas Academylogo stdDIG.A
NA

CopyJouhan Pathmanathan
Mid Laner
(+)
(–)
Draft Pick
Nov 20202020-11-14Nov 20202020-11-22Cloud9 Academylogo stdC9.A
NA

JohnsunJohnson Nguyen
Bot Laner
Nov 20192019-11-27Nov 20202020-11-18FlyQuestlogo stdFLY
NA

V1perOmran Shoura
Top Laner
May 20202020-05-27Nov 20202020-11-16ANEW Esportslogo stdANW
NA

FenixKim Jae-hun (김재훈)
Mid Laner
Jul 20202020-07-03Nov 20202020-11-16TSMlogo stdTSM
NA

LourloSamson Jackson
Top Laner
Jun 20202020-06-26Jul 20202020-07-18Team Liquidlogo stdTL
NA

AkaadianMatthew Higginbotham
Jungler
Mar 20202020-03-05Jul 20202020-07-02Dignitaslogo stdDIG
EU

FroggenHenrik Hansen
Mid Laner
Dec 20192019-12-09Jul 20202020-07-02Dignitas Academylogo stdDIG.A
KR

HuniHeo Seung-hoon (허승훈)
Top Laner
Oct 20192019-10-28Apr 20202020-04-27Evil Geniuses Academylogo stdEG.A
NA

GrigJonathan Armao
Jungler
Dec 20192019-12-06Apr 20202020-04-23Team Liquid Academylogo stdTL.A
NA

ChimeJonathan Pomponio
Support
(+)
(–)
Draft Pick
Nov 20192019-11-16Nov 20192019-11-27Supernovalogo stdSN
NA

Cody SunLiyu "Cody" Sun
Bot Laner
Oct 20192019-10-28Nov 20192019-11-26100 Thieveslogo std100
KR

LiraNam Tae-yoo (남태유)
Jungler
Oct 20192019-10-28Nov 20192019-11-20Seorabeol Gaminglogo stdSRB
NA

VulcanPhilippe Laflamme
Support
Oct 20192019-10-28Nov 20192019-11-19Cloud9logo stdC9
NA

DamonteTanner Damonte
Mid Laner
Oct 20192019-10-28Nov 20192019-11-18Dignitas Academylogo stdDIG.A
NA

AltecJohnny Ru
Bot Laner
Jun 20172017-06-15Dec 20172017-12-08Echo Foxlogo stdFOX
NA

AdrianAdrian Ma
Support
Jun 20172017-06-15Dec 20172017-12-08Echo Foxlogo stdFOX
NA

KeaneJang Lae-young (장래영)
Mid Laner
Sep 20162016-09-26Nov 20172017-11-23FlyQuest Academylogo stdFLY.A
KR

ShrimpLee Byeong-hoon (이병훈)
Jungler
May 20172017-05-26Nov 20172017-11-21FlyQuest Academylogo stdFLY.A
NA

BigTerry Chuong
Sub/Sup
May 20172017-05-26Nov 20172017-11-21OpTic Gaminglogo stdOPT
KR

SsumdayKim Chan-ho (김찬호)
Top Laner
Dec 20162016-12-15Nov 20172017-11-20100 Thieveslogo std100
NA

LODBenjamin deMunck
Sub/Bot
Dec 20162016-12-16Nov 20172017-11-02Golden Guardians Academylogo stdGG.A
KR

ChaserLee Sang-hyun (이상현)
Sub/Jun
Dec 20162016-12-15Jul 20172017-07-15Fenerbahçe Esportslogo stdFB
NA

XpecialAlex Chu (朱啓恩)
Support
Sep 20162016-09-26Jun 20172017-06-15Phoenix1logo stdP1
NA

SwifteJohnny Ngo
Sub/Sup
Mar 20172017-03-08Jun 20172017-06-07TSMlogo stdTSM
NA

CrisCristian Rosales
Sub/Top
Sep 20162016-09-26May 20172017-05-29Big Gods Jackalslogo stdBGJ
NA

StuntWilliam Chen
Sub/Sup
Jan 20172017-01-05Mar 20172017-03-08Phoenix1logo stdP1
KR

ShrimPLee Byeong-hoon (이병훈)
Jungler
(+)
(–)
Inactive
Sep 20162016-09-26Jan 20172017-01-30DetonatioN FocusMelogo stdDFM
NA

ApolloApollo Price
Bot Laner
Sep 20162016-09-26≈Dec 2016≈2016-12-??Team EnVyUslogo stdNV
KR

RayJeon Ji-won (전지원)
Top Laner
Sep 20162016-09-26Dec 20162016-12-01Cloud9logo stdC9
EU

KireiThomas Yuen
Jungler
Nov 20152015-11-18Jun 20162016-06-03Dark Passagelogo stdDP
EU

FlaxxishOlof Hagberg Medin
Sub/Top
Mar 20162016-03-08Jun 20162016-06-01Nova eSports (North American Team)logo stdNVA
NA

InoriRami Charagh (رامی چاراغ)
Sub/Jun
Jan 20162016-01-05May 20162016-05-26Phoenix1logo stdP1
NA

ShiphturDanny Le
Mid Laner
May 20142014-05-02May 20162016-05-17Apex Gaminglogo stdAPX
NA

ApolloApollo Price
Bot Laner
Nov 20152015-11-18May 20162016-05-17Apex Gaminglogo stdAPX
NA

KiWiKiDAlan Kieu
Support
Dec 20122012-12-18Apr 20162016-04-26NRG Esportslogo stdNRG
NA

BillyBossBilly Yu
Top Laner
Jan 20162016-01-05Apr 20162016-04-17Rutgers University–New Brunswicklogo stdRU
EU

SmittyjLennart Warkus
Sub/Top
Nov 20152015-11-18Feb 20162016-02-29Giants Gaminglogo stdGIA
EU

JesizJesse Le
Support
(+)
(–)
Temp Sub
Dec 20152015-12-13Dec 20152015-12-20Dignitaslogo stdDIG
KR

GamsuNoh Yeong-jin (노영진)
Top Laner
Dec 20142014-12-04Nov 20152015-11-18Fnaticlogo stdFNC
KR

HeliosShin Dong-jin (신동진)
Jungler
Jun 20152015-06-09Nov 20152015-11-18LoL Champions Korealogo stdLCK
KR

CoreJJJo Yong-in (조용인)
Bot Laner
Dec 20142014-12-04Nov 20152015-11-18Samsung Galaxylogo stdSSG
NA

AzingyAndrew Zamarripa
Jungler
Feb 20152015-02-25Nov 20152015-11-16Logo stdKUSO
NA

InoriRami Charagh (رامی چاراغ)
Sub/Jun
≈Jan 2015≈2015-01-24Nov 20152015-11-16Dignitaslogo stdDIG
NA

HeartbeatLim "Peter" Sung-moo (임성무)
Sub/Sup
≈Jan 2015≈2015-01-24Nov 20152015-11-16Retiredlogo stdRetired
NA

LattmanJames Lattman
Sub/Bot
Jan 20152015-01-09≈May 2015≈2015-05-??Team Dragon Knightslogo stdTDK
NA

CloudNguyenStephen Nguyen
Jungler
Feb 20152015-02-04Feb 20152015-02-25Team Areslogo stdTAR
NA

CrumbzAlberto Rengifo
Jungler
May 20122012-05-19Feb 20152015-02-03Misfits (North American Team)logo stdMSF
NA

CruzerthebruzerCruz Ogden
Sub/Top
Nov 20132013-11-11Jan 20152015-01-09Retiredlogo stdRetired
NA

AzingyAndrew Zamarripa
Sub/Jun
Feb 20142014-02-10Jan 20152015-01-09Logo stdCONF
NA

Flappy BearfishTony Pham
Sub/Bot
Mar 20142014-03-04Jan 20152015-01-09Retiredlogo stdRetired
NA

HeartbeatLim "Peter" Sung-moo (임성무)
Sub/Sup
Jun 20132013-06-21Jan 20152015-01-09Dignitaslogo stdDIG
NA

ImaqtpieMichael Santana
Bot Laner
Sep 20112011-09-22Oct 20142014-10-21Delta Foxlogo stdDFX
NA

ZionSpartanDarshan Upadhyaya
Top Laner
May 20142014-05-02Oct 20142014-10-20Counter Logic Gaminglogo stdCLG
NA

scarraWilliam Li
Sub/Mid
Sep 20112011-09-22Oct 20142014-10-02Counter Logic Gaminglogo stdCLG
NA

goldenglueGreyson Gregory Gilmer
Sub/Mid
Mar 20142014-03-25May 20142014-05-20Team Coastlogo stdCST
NA

PatoyJordan Blackburn
Sub/Sup
Jul 20122012-07-20May 20142014-05-20Team LoLPrologo stdPRO
NA

ZamphiraFrançois Boucher
Sub/Mid
Jun 20132013-06-21≈Sep 2013≈2013-09-??Logo stdLES
NA

DJ LAMBODavid Jeong
Jungler
(+)
(–)
Temp Sub
Apr 20132013-04-11Apr 20132013-04-12Infinite Oddslogo stdIO
NA

zigDerek Shao
Sub/Top
Feb 20132013-02-03Apr 20132013-04-06Nexus Gaminglogo stdNEX
NA

Onionbagel
Sub/Jun
Feb 20132013-02-03Apr 20132013-04-06Retiredlogo stdRetired
NA

KenaceNam Truong
Sub/Mid
Feb 20132013-02-03Apr 20132013-04-06Retiredlogo stdRetired
NA

SnEaKyCaStRoOZachary Scuderi
Sub/Bot
Feb 20132013-02-03Apr 20132013-04-06Quantic Gaminglogo stdQTC
NA

DaydreaminMiles Hoard
Support
(+)
(–)
Temp Sub
Mar 20132013-03-15Mar 20132013-03-17Good Game Universitylogo stdGGU
NA

EvaniskusEvan Stevens
Sub/Sup
Feb 20132013-02-03Feb 20132013-02-25Velocity eSportslogo stdVES
NA

I Will DominateChristian Rivera
Jungler
Jan 20122012-01-01Dec 20122012-12-06Curse Academylogo stdCA
NA

L0custPatrick Miller
Support
Sep 20112011-09-22Jul 20122012-07-18Logo stdSQUA
NA

VoyboyJoedat Esfahani
Top Laner
Sep 20112011-09-22May 20122012-05-19Counter Logic Gaminglogo stdCLG
NA

wingsofdeathxDaryl Hennegan
Sub/Top
Apr 20122012-04-12Apr 20122012-04-24Epik Gamerlogo stdEPIK
NA

JattJoshua Leesman
Jungler
Sep 20112011-09-22Dec 20112011-12-21Riot Games Inc.logo stdRiot
NA

LoCiceroAdam Carriere
Mid Laner
(+)
(–)
Temp Sub
Oct 20112011-10-06Oct 20112011-10-09Retiredlogo stdRetired

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