LEAGUE OF LEGENDS

PLAYERS

Jeong Eon Young

impact

Top Lane
One of the best top laners in history, Impact is a storied veteran who has won multiple regional championships in Korea and North America, as well as a World Championship in 2013 with T1. Feared for his tank play and teamfighting, Impact is still regarded as one of the top players in the LCS and has been awarded several All-ProTeam awards.
Jeong Eon Young

impact

Top Lane
One of the best top laners in history, Impact is a storied veteran who has won multiple regional championships in Korea and North America, as well as a World Championship in 2013 with T1. Feared for his tank play and teamfighting, Impact is still regarded as one of the top players in the LCS and has been awarded several All-ProTeam awards.
Kacper Słoma

Inspired

Jungle
Evil Geniuses’ master plan for domination wouldn’t be complete without the EU MVP for 2021. Inspired was noticed at the young age of 15 when he achieved top 50 in challenger. After getting promoted to the LEC under Rogue in 2019, Inspired led Rogue to several LEC finals appearances and two runs at the World Championships. He joins Evil Geniuses for the 2022 season.
Kacper Słoma

Inspired

Jungle
Evil Geniuses’ master plan for domination wouldn’t be complete without the EU MVP for 2021. Inspired was noticed at the young age of 15 when he achieved top 50 in challenger. After getting promoted to the LEC under Rogue in 2019, Inspired led Rogue to several LEC finals appearances and two runs at the World Championships. He joins Evil Geniuses for the 2022 season.
Joseph Pyun

jojopyun

Mid Lane
Jojopyun is a 17-year-old midlaner who previously played Fortnite professionally and placed highly in multiple tournaments. In 2020, Jojopyun dedicated his time fully to League of Legends and reached the top 5 on the soloq ladder and two separate accounts, as well as Rank 1 in Season 11 before joining EG Academy in 2021. He is entering the 2022 LCS season as a rookie.
Joseph Pyun

jojopyun

Mid Lane
Jojopyun is a 17-year-old midlaner who previously played Fortnite professionally and placed highly in multiple tournaments. In 2020, Jojopyun dedicated his time fully to League of Legends and reached the top 5 on the soloq ladder and two separate accounts, as well as Rank 1 in Season 11 before joining EG Academy in 2021. He is entering the 2022 LCS season as a rookie.
Kyle Sakamaki

Danny

Bot Lane
Danny is an 18-year-old ADC player and famously known on the solo queue ladder for his Kai’sa. After moving up to the LCS roster from Amateur in Spring 2021, Danny has made a significant splash in the NA scene. Danny has won Rookie of the Year for the 2021 season and is in the conversation for best ADC in 2022.
Kyle Sakamaki

Danny

Bot Lane
Danny is an 18-year-old ADC player and famously known on the solo queue ladder for his Kai’sa. After moving up to the LCS roster from Amateur in Spring 2021, Danny has made a significant splash in the NA scene. Danny has won Rookie of the Year for the 2021 season and is in the conversation for best ADC in 2022.
Muhammed Hasan Şentürk

Kaori

Bot Lane
Despite EG Academy being his first team in North America, Kaori has made a name for himself in Turkish League. He climbed through academy and started in the TCL under the Istanbul Wildcats and SuperMassive Esports roster. With accolades such as finishing first in the 2020 Summer and 2021 Winter season, Kaori looks to replicate his success in North America under the Evil Geniuses banner.
Muhammed Hasan Şentürk

Kaori

Bot Lane
Despite EG Academy being his first team in North America, Kaori has made a name for himself in Turkish League. He climbed through academy and started in the TCL under the Istanbul Wildcats and SuperMassive Esports roster. With accolades such as finishing first in the 2020 Summer and 2021 Winter season, Kaori looks to replicate his success in North America under the Evil Geniuses banner.
Philippe Laflamme

Vulcan

Support
Being the first Quebecois to play in the LCS and Worlds, Vulcan has established himself as one of the best support players in North America. After being drafted by Clutch Gaming in the 2017 NA Scouting Grounds, Vulcan has been playing in the LCS for 4 years under Clutch and Cloud9 until joining Evil Geniuses for the 2022 season.
Philippe Laflamme

Vulcan

Support
Being the first Quebecois to play in the LCS and Worlds, Vulcan has established himself as one of the best support players in North America. After being drafted by Clutch Gaming in the 2017 NA Scouting Grounds, Vulcan has been playing in the LCS for 4 years under Clutch and Cloud9 until joining Evil Geniuses for the 2022 season.
Peter Dun

Peter

Head of LCS
Peter Dun is a prominent veteran coach in Western League of Legends having worked in the space for 8+ years in multiple regions including China, Brazil, Europe, and now North America, and qualifying to multiple League of Legends World Championships. Peter is renowned for his focus on developing players and staff – most notably building a core rookie roster with the LEC team MAD Lions and leading them to qualify for the World Championship in 2020. With this focus on development, he has been promoted to head of League of Legends coaching staff in 2022, with oversight across all 3 teams at Evil Geniuses.
Peter Dun

Peter

Head of LCS
Peter Dun is a prominent veteran coach in Western League of Legends having worked in the space for 8+ years in multiple regions including China, Brazil, Europe, and now North America, and qualifying to multiple League of Legends World Championships. Peter is renowned for his focus on developing players and staff – most notably building a core rookie roster with the LEC team MAD Lions and leading them to qualify for the World Championship in 2020. With this focus on development, he has been promoted to head of League of Legends coaching staff in 2022, with oversight across all 3 teams at Evil Geniuses.
Gabriel Peixoto

Turtle

Head Coach
Turtle is a former professional jungler who played for several years in Brazil and later retired in 2018 to become head coach in his region. Most notably, Turtle led a majority rookie team to a 1st place finish in the regular split and third place in the playoffs. Turtle has deep expertise in jungle pathing and is bringing that knowledge to Evil Geniuses. For the 2022 season, he has been promoted to head coach and will be on stage during the champ select.
Gabriel Peixoto

Turtle

Head Coach
Turtle is a former professional jungler who played for several years in Brazil and later retired in 2018 to become head coach in his region. Most notably, Turtle led a majority rookie team to a 1st place finish in the regular split and third place in the playoffs. Turtle has deep expertise in jungle pathing and is bringing that knowledge to Evil Geniuses. For the 2022 season, he has been promoted to head coach and will be on stage during the champ select.
Earl Han

Rigby

Assistant Coach
Earl Han has been both an analyst and head coach for several teams in Korea and North America. He started in Korea with Kongdoo Monster as a coach in 2018 before coming to America to be Clutch Gaming’s assistant coach. For Evil Geniuses, he is the strategic coach and is on stage drafting their team composition.
Earl Han

Rigby

Assistant Coach
Earl Han has been both an analyst and head coach for several teams in Korea and North America. He started in Korea with Kongdoo Monster as a coach in 2018 before coming to America to be Clutch Gaming’s assistant coach. For Evil Geniuses, he is the strategic coach and is on stage drafting their team composition.
Naser Al-Naqi

Empyre

Head of Scouting
Empyre’s experience as an analyst goes all the way back to 2015 with Team Origen. Ever since, he’s been working with teams such as NRG Esports, Misfits Gaming, and Clutch Gaming until joining Evil Geniuses in 2019 to be the head of Scouting and Analysis for all of the League of Legends teams.
Naser Al-Naqi

Empyre

Head of Scouting
Empyre’s experience as an analyst goes all the way back to 2015 with Team Origen. Ever since, he’s been working with teams such as NRG Esports, Misfits Gaming, and Clutch Gaming until joining Evil Geniuses in 2019 to be the head of Scouting and Analysis for all of the League of Legends teams.
Connor Doyle

Artemis

Performance Coach
Artemis is a young coach in the League of Legends esports space having first come up from the North American amateur system as both a player and coach. Artemis got his first big opportunity in 2019 when he joined LCS team Clutch Gaming as an Academy Coach. When the LCS team was struggling during that year, Artemis would be promoted to the main team as an assistant coach and become an integral part of leading the team on a miraculous run to qualify for the World Championship.
Connor Doyle

Artemis

Performance Coach
Artemis is a young coach in the League of Legends esports space having first come up from the North American amateur system as both a player and coach. Artemis got his first big opportunity in 2019 when he joined LCS team Clutch Gaming as an Academy Coach. When the LCS team was struggling during that year, Artemis would be promoted to the main team as an assistant coach and become an integral part of leading the team on a miraculous run to qualify for the World Championship.
Razvan Nistor

Razvan

Positional Coach
With an international business & management degree, Razvan offers very direct and structured coaching to all solo laners in the Evil Geniuses League of Legends teams. Razvan states “My job – THE JOB – is to improve players. I am passionate about strategy, how to transfer different skills in order to improve your vision about any activity, and helping my players become better to shape their OWN identities. That is the greatest, most sincere motivation I have.” His coach role models are Jose Mourinho, Sir Alex Ferguson, Antonio Conte, and Ralf Rangnick.
Razvan Nistor

Razvan

Positional Coach
With an international business & management degree, Razvan offers very direct and structured coaching to all solo laners in the Evil Geniuses League of Legends teams. Razvan states “My job – THE JOB – is to improve players. I am passionate about strategy, how to transfer different skills in order to improve your vision about any activity, and helping my players become better to shape their OWN identities. That is the greatest, most sincere motivation I have.” His coach role models are Jose Mourinho, Sir Alex Ferguson, Antonio Conte, and Ralf Rangnick.
Tim Cho

Timkiro

LCS Team Admin
Before becoming the LCS Team admin, Tim had 6 years of professional coaching experience, working with teams such as Cloud 9, Echo Fox, and Evil Geniuses Academy. His coaching experience can translate well to a managerial role in order to provide the support the teams need within each day of the season.
Tim Cho

Timkiro

LCS Team Admin
Before becoming the LCS Team admin, Tim had 6 years of professional coaching experience, working with teams such as Cloud 9, Echo Fox, and Evil Geniuses Academy. His coaching experience can translate well to a managerial role in order to provide the support the teams need within each day of the season.

ACHIEVEMENTS

1st
April 24, 2022
LCS 2022 Spring Split Finals
1st
August 11, 2021
LCS 2021 Rookie of the Year
1st
August 6, 2021
LCS 2021 Coaching Staff of the Split
1st
August 6, 2021
LCS 2021 Summer Split All-Pro Team
5th
March 27, 2021
LCS 2021 Spring Split
3rd
January 30, 2021
LCS 2021 Lock-In
3rd
April 18, 2020
LCS 2020 Spring Split Playoffs
2nd
May 31, 2020
LCS 2020 Spring Split