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How was Korea? What did you like most about the trip?

I’m glad I had the opportunity to visit Korea, it was awesome. The food really surprised me, I didnt expect it to be really good compared to California’s food.

 

You and Lustboy began playing together on an official stage in week 10 of the Summer Split. How did you feel changing supports so late in the split and at such a critical time? Were you confident you could build enough synergy to perform and make worlds? When did things really start to click in terms of synergy?

I was worried about the synergy we would have going into playoffs and into worlds, but we started to click after we started boot camping in Korea and started playing the foreign bot lanes. We started communicating a lot more and Lustboys English improved a lot during the couple weeks we played together. And I also learned some Korean to use in solo q.

 

How do you feel you improved over boot camp as a bot lane?   Individually?

I feel I improved a lot and I think this season I will be very impactful as a player. I learned about rotations and teamplay due to the bootcamp.

 

Who was your favorite duo to play against during your time scrimming up to the World Championship?

My favorite bot lane to play against was definitely Mata & Imp by far. They were just so amazing at the game. They played their lanes really solidly and the mind games they played in the bot lane were so new to me; they controlled vision so well. They were defintely my favorite bot lane to play against.

 

Going into the group stage, how confident were you? Who were you looking forward to playing the most?

Going into groups I thought to myself if we played well we could easily get first seed in groups, but we got ahead of ourselves and ended up losing the first game to SHRC due to overconfidence and lack of preparation. I was looking forward to playing SHRC a lot because of their bot lane and Insec.

 

Which team do you feel gave you the hardest time? What duo lane did you feel was stronger out of the teams in your group?

SHRC gave us the hardest time because of their solid mechanics. In the group stage I really wanted to play vs Uzi & Zero, I was pretty confident going into the bot lane vs them, but I choked and ended up playing really poorly the first game, I wish I had more games to prove myself against them.

 

What was your preparation like heading into the quarterfinals? How do you feel you and Lustboy stack up against Imp and Mata? What stood out most about Imp?

We were too focused on what to do mid game that we completely ignored our level 1s and they just dominated us 2 games because of our lack of preparation. Lustboy & I defintely could have defeated Imp & Mata at that stage I believe. After groups Lustboy & I were improving faster than we did for groups and I actually think if it was 2v2 we could have had a good chance to beat SSW. The thing that stands out the most about Imp is his ability to rotate with his team and be at the right place at the right time.

 

What is your overall opinion of where NA stands in comparison to other regions?

I think NA is definitely catching up to Korea and currently I would say we’re a top 4 region.

 

What did you learn most from the tournament and how do you feel about your overall performance?

I learned about teamplay and objectives this tournament more than anything and I realized I was playing the game wrong until the Koreans taught me, I felt my performance could have been better hopefully I can show my  improvement during the split.

 

Looking ahead, how strong do you believe the team can be in Season 5?

I think TSM will definitely be the strongest NA team this season and hopefully we can even do better at worlds for S5.

 

How do you plan to spend the rest of your vacation?

I am planning to spend the rest of my vacation playing smash bros and League of Legends, I can’t seem to stay away from video games.

 

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AMA With Reginald

May 7th, 2014

 

AMA Reginald

 

Link to AMA.

 

 

Q: What is the biggest regret of your game career?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: My biggest regret is how I ran TSM season 2 &3. We were not focused and didn’t work hard enough.

 

 

Q: How do you deal with anti-fans?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: I try to just focus on my goals rather than thinking about them.

 

 

Q: How hard was it to let Xpecial go?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: Benching Xpecial was the second hardest decision I’ve ever made. After we decided to go with Gleeb, I reached out to curse to make sure that Xpecial had a team to go to. He is a great player and will do well on Curse.

 

 

Q: Was benching Chaox the hardest decision in your career?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: Before I benched Chaox… I cried and puked for several days. He was my closest friend at one point. We no longer talk though.

 

 

Q: How is Gleeb doing in scrims and such? Does he match your expectations?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: I didn’t expect Gleeb to do well in scrims and I thought he was average solely because he was an amateur … (very similar to what everyone else is thinking) . Not only did he exceed my expectations , but the entire team’s expectations. He brings much more than just his play.

 

 

Q: What did you see in Gleeb that motivated you to pick him for TSM?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: Gleeb is hungry and he really wants to prove himself. He is motivated, productive and very vocal. If Gleeb can continue to do what hes doing, he would bring more to the team than anyone currently on it.

 

 

Q: How hard was it to bench TheRainMan?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: TRM did not get benched .

To Clarify: Chaox, Xpecial, Oddone and I wanted to scrim and practice more, TRM wanted to solo queue. When we disagreed, TRM decided to step down.

 

 

Q: Were you surprised when Oddone decided to step down or had it been in the works for some time?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: I was extremely surprised. I had a meeting scheduled with him that day to talk about the split. It was the same day that we muted all of the streams where Bjergsen and Dyrus were crying on stream. I’m really happy that he wants to stay with the team and help me coach the team. Oddone stepping down was not planned.

 

 

Q: How much can you bench?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: I use to bench 200, now i’m just a weak little gamer that can’t even lift a grape.

 

 

Q: Will you do more vlogs and content on TSM’s Youtube page with the team?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: We will do more vlogs just because of you :D. Thanks for reminding me!

 

 

Q: Did you try to convince Oddone to stay as a pro when he decided to retire? Was that his solo decision or was it a team decision?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: Oddone decided to step down on his own. I was really worried though because I had 2 days to find a jungler and we made it happen.

 

 

Q: Where do you see TSM placing in the summer split considering CLG/Dig/LMQ have turned this whole off season upside down?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: I want us to place #1. My dream is to win worlds and we need to prove ourselves to be the best in NA first.

 

 

Q: What is the average day in the life of Regibro?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: I never have a completely set schedule and I do whatever needs to done.

I help the team with their rotations and overall strategy. ( Something we didn’t so well at) . I definitely want to look for a full time analyst though. It’ll help the team even more if we can have several people helping them.

I spend 16 hours a day enjoying myself because I love my job =D. If I was more efficient though, I could probably complete all of my tasks in 8 hours.

 

 

Q: How are scrims going for TSM?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: We have not had any scrims yet. Bjergsen has to go to allstars ;(.

 

 

Q: What is going on with Amazing right at the moment?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: Amazing is flying here on the 13th.

 

 

Q: Why was Gleeb chosen over Xpecial?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: We understand that Xpecial is a good player, but the whole team felt that Gleeb was a better fit.

 

 

Q: What do you think of the “end of an era” response from fans?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: This is a tough question .

Although it saddens me that our fans are unhappy with our decisions, TSM’s goal was always about winning worlds. Avoiding roster changes would only be a step in the wrong direction. Our goal seems very far fetched, but if we don’t try to improve … we’ll only fall further behind. For the most part, we only have roster changes when it is completely necessary . ;(

 

 

Q: Did you consider buying out Diamond from Gambit Gaming?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: Didn’t consider Diamond because he has a wife and if I had a wifey, I wouldn’t move to the US. 2) LMQ has good strategies and is really good at executing what they plan. I’m guessing they will be top 3-5

 

 

Q: What do you think about Dignitas’ buying out Shiphtur and ZionSpartan? Is fixing their solo lanes enough to get them to compete with the top 3 of Spring split?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: Dig will be strong if Zion becomes more consistent and if they all work well together… Working well as a team is the hard part though.

 

 

Q: Do you follow your own instinct and analysis when making important team-related changes, or do you take your team’s thoughts into account first?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: I usually follow instinct on decisions that the team cannot decide on. I always ask the team for feedback before making any big decisions. As a team , its important that everyone is on the same page.

 

 

Q: How do you see All-Stars going this year? What do you think will happen with SKT being a slump and C9 not having Hai? Do you think OMG might sweep All-Stars if they surprise other teams with their playstyle?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: No Opinion of Allstars tbh. I don’t really care who wins, I’m just extremely excited to watch it. I hope SKT wins :D I’m a big fan of them. Losing Hai is huge for C9 because he’s their late game shot caller, Link is also much weaker than Hai.

 

 

Q: There has been a rumor about Krepo being one of the try-outs, was it all but a gossip or an actual thing? If so, how did he do?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: We only played scrims with Xpecial and Gleeb.

 

 

Q: What are your thoughts on the current TSM roster, do you think that Amazing brings the needed shot-calling? Do you plan on working on TSM’s pick and ban phase?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: We need to work on rotations and shot calling… that is our biggest downfall… we’ll have to see when we start to scrim.

 

 

Q: How do you truly feel towards CLG/HotshotGG, etc.?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: I’m pretty neutral with CLG.

 

 

How do you feel about the rivalry between pro teams now?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: Its not even a rivalry anymore sadly… It was a lot more fun when there was animosity and the fans were hyped about it. The pros are too afraid to trash talk because of the backlash from the community. Doublelift is the only player allowed to trash talk because everyone thinks hes actually joking.

 

 

Q: Why did you choose Gleeb over Daydreamin, Sheep, etc?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: Bad impression of Sheep because he told Dyrus to kill himself in Solo Q.

Daydreaming never impressed me besides his crazy blitzcrank.

Gleeb because he will motivate the team .

 

 

Q: Did you consider some other junglers from EU or just Amazing? And if yes who?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: Bjergsen recommended Amazing and I watched several of his replays.

 

 

Q: What stood out in Gleeb out of all the other supports?

 

Button Rioter ReginaldGleeb is vocal, I like that. TSM has problems with rotations and having a real shot caller.

 

 

Q: What’s your coaching strategy with TheOddOne from here on out?

 

Button Rioter Reginald: Everything has been absolutely crazy as of late and we still have to plan for the upcoming season. I want to focus on worlds and doing whatever I can to increase our chances.



Q: With Bjergsen away for All-Stars are you worried that the lack of time to build team synergy will impact you further than just the roster changes?


Button Rioter Reginald: I am very worried that we will not have as much practice as needed for the split because of our new roster .. But lets be honest… season matches don’t really mean anything until playoffs unless we’re like last.

 

 

Q: Why pick Amazing over Nightblue3? 

 

Button Rioter Reginald: NB3 wants to be an entertainer. He is our sub and will sub if we need him. He is also a good player.

Amazing has LCS experience and its too soon to have 2 non LCS players =D.

 

 

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AMA With TSM Gleeb

May 7th, 2014


AMA Gleeb


Link to AMA.

 

 

Q: Which LCS bot lane are you most looking forward to facing?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: I think Aphro/Dbl are a really strong bot lane and really look forward to facing them.

 

 

Q: What do you bring to the team that is unique to you?

 

Button Rioter TSM GleebI am very motivated to win, have a good work ethic, and get along well with all of the team.

 

 

Q: Who’s your favorite Support Champion?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Thresh/Morg!

 

 

Q: What weaknesses do you perceive in your gameplay?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Some weaknesses I know I have are overextending to go for aggressive plays, and my aim for skillshots needs work.

 

 

Q: How did the team come to the decision to pick you?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: I’m not sure how the team came to the decision but our scrims went very well when I played with them. We won almost every scrim vs top LCS teams and had a lot of matches where we got 2v2 kills bot lane. We also all meshed together really well as a team. Thanks!

 

 

Q: Were these scrims with TheOddOne in the jungle, or Amazing?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: TheOddOne

 

 

Q: Can you give us some background on your LoL career?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: You can look at this page for a good summary: http://lol.gamepedia.com/Gleebglarbu

For more detail, I started playing league early in season 2. I climbed from placements to diamond by the end of the season and started playing on small amateur teams / go4lols etc. I did that for a while and then joined Denial/NiD and played with them until InnoX left and they disbanded. Afterwards I was on Crs Acad for a bit before leaving to join C9T. We tried to make LCS but didn’t and after that I tried out for TSM.

 

 

Q: What was the try-out process for joining TSM?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Trying out consisted of mostly playing with the team in scrims. I use to duo with turtle before then so that wasn’t really anything new.

 

 

Q: How well do you feel you can play with Wildturtle?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: I feel like we play really well together and have a good understanding of what we both want to do during lane. I’ve known/been playing with turtle since early season 3.

 

 

Q: How do you plan on keeping Wildturtle entertained during boring matches?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: I have a long list of jokes prepared already…

 

 

Q: When are you going to change your Twitter picture so it accurately reflects your current haircut?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: No more jimmy page hair for me!

 

 

Q: Who do you think are the top 4 Supports in NA right now?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Idk about top 4, it’s hard to order them. I think aphromoo overall is the best support in NA though. He is really mechanically sound, plays soloQ a lot, and has really good synergy with not just doublelift but all of his team.

 

 

Q: Which teams will be in the top 3 in NA next split, in your opinion?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Depends how the roster changes affect all of the teams. TSM/CLG/C9/DIG/LMQ/CRS all seem very strong and could potentially be top 3. This LCS split will be much closer than the last.

 

 

Q: Did you plan on burning down TSM’s house or are you going to do it with Amazing?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Don’t leak our plots please…

 

 

Q: Who are your favourite Champions, standard and non-standard?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Thresh and Morgana are both really fun to play and really strong on this patch. As for non conventional picks, Gragas support is really fun to play.

 

 

Q: When should i pick Gragas Support over other Supports?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: When you are vs weaker lanes and can make it past his laning phase. I feel like it is pretty weak vs thresh/morg atm which are really popular though which is why I haven’t been playing it as much.

 

 

Q: Do you feel more or less pressure stepping into one of the most well known teams in the world when there is less hype surrounding you than, say, Bjergsen?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: I think it’s similar, it doesn’t really matter how much hype there is or isn’t, there is a lot of pressure for a player to perform , especially on a top team.

 

 

Q: In an attempt to name the TSM botlane, do you prefer GleebTurtle, TurtleGlarb, WildGlarb, or anything else?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Wildglarb sounds hilarious but idk if it is fitting anymore now that I shortened my name. Wildgleeb?



Q: Who are you closest with in the TSM family, at the moment?


Button Rioter TSM GleebI know Turtle the best.

 

 

Q: Are you more nervous or excited about the upcoming summer split?

 

Button Rioter TSM GleebExcited!!

 

 

Q: What do you think are your strengths and weaknesses as a Support?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: I think my strengths are laning, vision control, and a good work ethic/attitude.

Weaknesses are being too aggressive and not being patient enough with skill shots.

 

 

Q: Are you still in highschool or are you currently enrolled into college?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Graduating highschool june 12th.

 

 

Q: Does your teacher call you Gleebglarb?

 

Button Rioter TSM GleebOh god no!

 

 

Q: What’s your opinion on Braum and will he be viable?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Depends on his numbers but he seems really cool! Could potentially be a top pick.



Q: Do you agree with what Loco said about you on Summoner Insight, that you’re a raw talent who’s “alright” in all aspects of the game except shot-calling, where you’re subpar?


Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: I think loco was pretty accurate, though I think the shot calling was more of a team issue on C9T with all of us often not being on the same page and not having solid rotations. I’d describe myself similarly to how Loco did, though I think he over exaggerated how long it will take me to become top tier. I don’t think it will take a whole split, especially since now I will be in a gaming house/out of high school so I can commit even more time to practicing.

 

 

Q: Were you interested in joining TSM or did they find you?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: I was approached by TSM. Consisted of scrimming with the team, duoing with Turtle/Bjerg, and talking to Regi.

 

 

Q: How long did you scrim with TSM before you were told you’d be their new Support?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Got back from relegations sunday and tried out from tues-thurs. Played one set of scrims each day.

 

 

Q: Were you approached by other teams prior to TSM?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Yeah I have received an offer before from an LCS team during the spring split, and was also approached by other LCS teams after relegations to tryout.

 

 

Q: Are you still going to be Gleebglarbu or can we call you Gleeb?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Just Gleeb!

 

 

Q: How will you and Amazing work on improving TSM’s macro understanding of the game?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: I think we will all just have to work together as a team to improve macro strategy. Watching our own vods of scrims/LCS games as well as those of OGN/LCS/LPL should be very beneficial. When I was trying out, Bjergsen/myself/Turtle were the most vocal, though that will probably change when Amazing gets here because I have heard he is quite vocal as well.

 

 

Q: What do you think you have to currently work on as a Support in order to fill Xpecial’s shoes?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Toning down aggression in lane, working on my mechanics, and helping the team w/ our picks/bans and in game decision making.

 

 

Q: Are you affected by the community shouting that you’re a downgrade for TSM?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Mm, not really, I don’t care if the community thinks I am good or bad. The pressure is still there because if I don’t perform well it wouldn’t make sense to keep me on the roster. That being said, I just go day to day and focus on improving, worrying about things like that doesn’t really help.

 

 

Q: What do you think went wrong in C9T’s relegation matches against EG? 

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Their vision control and rotations were a lot better.

 

 

Q: Are you excited about your stream view count, now that you’re part of TSM?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: It’s to be expected with how big and successful the TSM brand is, but it’s also really cool!



Q: So who do you think is going to be the main shot caller for TSM?


Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Not sure, will need to see once we all get in the house and play! When I was trying out I think bjerg and I were the most vocal, but I hear amazing is as well. I think they will.

 

 

Q: Were you pressured to remove the “glarbu” for marketing reasons?

 

Button Rioter TSM GleebIt was recommended that I changed it but after thinking about it I definitely agree. It’s a lot easier to remember/say now!

 

 

Q: Which of the Support focused Champions are your favorites for premade team play (outside of solo queue), why?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Braum seems good. I prefer Thresh/Morgana for team play. They both have good pick potential and are strong in most team comps.

 

 

Q: How do you handle being part of a team and then having that team disband even if you get a new job?

 

Button Rioter TSM GleebI’ve never been in a team house, but it’s sad when a team disbands. Especially since most of the players on C9T and DNL are all good friends of mine.

 

 

Q: What can you can provide for TSM that Xpecial couldn’t?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: Better/Positive team atmosphere. I don’t know what the team was like when practicing before I joined so I can’t comment on how Xpecial’s attitude was specifically, but from past experience on teams it is VERY detrimental having a player with a negative attitude and makes it hard for the team to improve as a whole, even if that player is individually doing very well.

 

 

Q: Are great individual mechanics equal to great duo synergy?

 

Button Rioter TSM Gleeb: They’re both important.



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After many hours of debate and much consideration, the management of SoloMid has decided to replace Chaox with WildTurtle on a permanent basis. We are extremely grateful to Chaox for all he has contributed over the last two years and it is with a heavy heart that we bid him goodbye. The accomplishments TSM achieved with Chaox on the team will be remembered for as long as people play League of Legends. WildTurtle will be the AD carry for TSM from this week onwards. We are confident this change will be a positive one in the long run; TSM have their eyes firmly on the top of the podium.

For interviews and behind the scenes footage showing the road to this outcome watch this week’s episode of GameCrib.

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chTSM announced today that Chaox, their AD carry, would be taking a short break from competitive League of Legends. For one week Jason “WildTurtle” Tran, already an official TSM sub, will be filling in for him.

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Announcing the TSM Subs!

February 13th, 2013

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Every team needs some subs for the LCS and we’ve been waiting to see who TSM would choose- that wait is now over!

 

Dan Dinh

 

eG9nZWJrdMTI=_o_league-of-legends-dan-dinh-interview-the-nature-of-the-First up we have the one and only Dan Dinh;if you have any interest in Professional LoL at all you know who this man is. A pro, on and off, since 2010 and founding member of the team Epik Gamer, Dan has more tournament experience than many of the other players in the LCS. He mains jungle and plays far more champions in the jungle than most can, to the point where he was the only player who made jungle Eve work reliably in early Season 3.

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Daryl “wingsofdeathx” Hennegan

 

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Next up: Daryl “wingsofdeathx” Hennegan. Another former Epik Gamer player who remained with the team after they transitioned into being TSM Evo. While wings has only been in the pro-scene since the middle of last year, he made quite the splash. Known for strong mechanics, very good game knowledge and a deep champion pool. wings is a strong addition to any team. He was most famous for his Lee Sin, Riven and Kennen in Season 2 and is credited with being one of the first people to start building AP Kennen with ADmsteries and a Doran’s Blade for early lane dominance.

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 Jason “WildTurtle” Tran

 

IMG_0249[]Last but most certainly not least we have Jason “WildTurtle” Tran. Mr Turtle has been around for quite a while, though often in the sidelines. He helped Monomaniac (currently called GGU after a long stretch of being Team Dynamic) qualify for IPL4. Unfortunately he wasn’t able to attend himself and parted ways with the team. He took the spotlight at IPL Faceoff, while subbing for Team Legion, where he wrecked Misaya in midlane. He joined oRb, which became Quantic and then Cloud9, which was the biggest upset in the LCS qualifiers when they did not make it. WildTurtle managed to shine through however and we welcome him to the TSM bench.

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And that fills out the TSM substitute list for now, I’m sure you’ll join us in wishing them the best of luck.

 

Having been robbed by their sponsors Orbit Gaming, then founding a new team Reddit Nation, getting donations to go to Lonestar, and Yazuki going through Hurricane Sandy it has been a rough year for Hai L9 and company. Which is why it was great to see them get picked up by Quantic Gaming. However this is why it saddens me to inform you that Quantic Gaming is shutting down and disbanding their StarCraft II, DotA 2, Call of Duty, and League of Legends teams. This morning Complexity’s Jason Lake warned over twitter that “Big NA team news coming later today. Not good news either. Can’t elaborate w/o breaking trust but it’s a sad day,” and it looks like this is what he was talking about. Allegedly their closure was due to investors having pulled out from the team cutting off funding. There has been no official statement from QxG as of yet, but founder Mark Ferraz had this to say:

“Don’t believe the hype. No drama here, just not enough growth to justify pushing forward. I’m very sad, but it’s for the best… “ - Mark Ferraz, Quantic Gaming

 

 

“We attempted to create one of the world’s greatest eSports teams out of an ultimate belief in the pursuit of passion and greatness. We love you all, our fans, players, staff, sponsors, and owners… 2012… and forever in the hearts and minds of those touched…”Quantic Gaming

 

Quantic Gaming started in 2010 as a small group of friends and grew to be a eSports titan in the North American community. It’s really a shame to see them go, and more importantly where does Reddit Nation go from here?

Not in any rush for sponsors, after the whole orbit thing we were being cautious and it’s quite unfortunate with what happened to Quantic. It’s not their fault but we’ll take it slower, and uhm we still plan to stay together and qualify for Season 3, under who/anyone, we don’t know yet.” – Hai L9

 

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Captain Hai L9 is accompanied by an all star cast. Yazuki, who having played League of Legends for only a year shot to the top. Merciless Gladiator Nientonsoh who was a top WoW player, and would later be known as teamcarry` in HoN. WildTurtle the unpredictable AP and AD Carry who shocked the onlookers when he subbed for Team Legion. Finally we have LemonNation the last member of Orbit to stick with Team <Insert Sponsor Name Here>, the support only player who took the rank one spot in solo queue. Boasting a strong line up, the team formerly known as Quantic Gaming / Reddit Nation / Orbit Gaming has the potential to be a top contender in season 3. Follow them on twitter @hai_l9, @nientonsoh2, @yazuki_l9 and support this amazing team.