LEAGUE OF LEGENDS

PLAYERS

Heo Seung-hoon

Huni

Top Laner
As EG’s newest addition to the roster, Huni brings an impressive list of accomplishments including in 2019 he became the first player to qualify for Worlds across three regions (EU, KR, NA). In 2017, he won an LCK championship and an MSI championship with SKT and was a World’s finalist. Huni is regarded as the best Rumble player in the world and is known for his unique top lane picks that dominate the lane phase–a talent that will continue to drive EG’s competitive success.
Heo Seung-hoon

Huni

Top Laner
As EG’s newest addition to the roster, Huni brings an impressive list of accomplishments including in 2019 he became the first player to qualify for Worlds across three regions (EU, KR, NA). In 2017, he won an LCK championship and an MSI championship with SKT and was a World’s finalist. Huni is regarded as the best Rumble player in the world and is known for his unique top lane picks that dominate the lane phase–a talent that will continue to drive EG’s competitive success.
Matthew Elento

Matt

Support Academy
Matt debuted in 2016 age the age of 18 with Team Liquid. In his first split, he secured a top 4 finish. He is known for his playmaking ability on champions like Thresh and Bard as well as his strong laning phase. Matt joined the EG Academy team in 2020 and, along with his teammates, he was a finalist in the Spring Split playoffs.
Matthew Elento

Matt

Support Academy
Matt debuted in 2016 age the age of 18 with Team Liquid. In his first split, he secured a top 4 finish. He is known for his playmaking ability on champions like Thresh and Bard as well as his strong laning phase. Matt joined the EG Academy team in 2020 and, along with his teammates, he was a finalist in the Spring Split playoffs.
Matthew Chen

Deftly

Bot Laner Academy
In 2017, Deftly became a prominent North American talent when he debuted in the Challenger Series with EUnited. The following year, he was picked up by Golden Guardians in their debut year, where he was widely regarded as a bright spot on their roster. By 2019, his team with a revamped roster, secured a playoffs spot for the first time in their history. He briefly play for C9 and then joined EG in 2020. Together with his Academy teammates, they were finalists in the Spring Split playoffs.
Matthew Chen

Deftly

Bot Laner Academy
In 2017, Deftly became a prominent North American talent when he debuted in the Challenger Series with EUnited. The following year, he was picked up by Golden Guardians in their debut year, where he was widely regarded as a bright spot on their roster. By 2019, his team with a revamped roster, secured a playoffs spot for the first time in their history. He briefly play for C9 and then joined EG in 2020. Together with his Academy teammates, they were finalists in the Spring Split playoffs.
Ahmad Charif

Giyuu

Mid Laner Academy
Giyuu, who hails from Lebanon, is widely respected for his melee assassin play, especially on Irelia. At the age of 17, he debuted professionally in the Turkish Championship League in 2019. With his help, his team secured playoffs spots in both splits that year. Giyuu, who joined EG in 2020, along with his Academy teammates, were finalists in the Spring Split playoffs.
Ahmad Charif

Giyuu

Mid Laner Academy
Giyuu, who hails from Lebanon, is widely respected for his melee assassin play, especially on Irelia. At the age of 17, he debuted professionally in the Turkish Championship League in 2019. With his help, his team secured playoffs spots in both splits that year. Giyuu, who joined EG in 2020, along with his Academy teammates, were finalists in the Spring Split playoffs.
Andy Hoang

AnDa

Jungler Academy
AnDa became one of North America’s most mechanically gifted junglers after switching to the role from top lane in 2017. The following year, he joined 100 Thieves and helped the team qualify for Worlds in their debut year in the LCS. This success was followed in 2019 when his Academy team won the Summer Split Academy Championship. In 2020, AnDa joined EG. In his first Split with us, the Academy team secured a finalist spot in the Spring Split playoffs.
Andy Hoang

AnDa

Jungler Academy
AnDa became one of North America’s most mechanically gifted junglers after switching to the role from top lane in 2017. The following year, he joined 100 Thieves and helped the team qualify for Worlds in their debut year in the LCS. This success was followed in 2019 when his Academy team won the Summer Split Academy Championship. In 2020, AnDa joined EG. In his first Split with us, the Academy team secured a finalist spot in the Spring Split playoffs.
Tristan Stidam

Zeyzal

Support
It may come as a surprise to some people, but there is more to Zeyzal than just this beard! In his rookie year, he made it to the semi-finals of Worlds which allowed him to make a name for himself globally. Known for his shot calling, Zeyzal spent much of his professional career on Cloud9, transitioning to their LCS roster from their Academy roster in 2018. Now his impressive professional history is ready to evolve with Evil Geniuses.
Tristan Stidam

Zeyzal

Support
It may come as a surprise to some people, but there is more to Zeyzal than just this beard! In his rookie year, he made it to the semi-finals of Worlds which allowed him to make a name for himself globally. Known for his shot calling, Zeyzal spent much of his professional career on Cloud9, transitioning to their LCS roster from their Academy roster in 2018. Now his impressive professional history is ready to evolve with Evil Geniuses.
Bae Jun-Sik

Bang

Bot Laner
Bang is no stranger to victory having won two World Championships and two Mid-Season Invitationals during his legendary stint on SK Telecom T1. He is also one of only four players to successfully defend their World Championship. After coming to North America from Korea, Bang spent one year with 100 Thieves before making the move to Evil Geniuses. Hungry for further success, he’s eager to make his return to the world stage.
Bae Jun-Sik

Bang

Bot Laner
Bang is no stranger to victory having won two World Championships and two Mid-Season Invitationals during his legendary stint on SK Telecom T1. He is also one of only four players to successfully defend their World Championship. After coming to North America from Korea, Bang spent one year with 100 Thieves before making the move to Evil Geniuses. Hungry for further success, he’s eager to make his return to the world stage.
Daniele Di Mauro

Jiizuke

Mid Laner
Hailing from Italy, Jiizuke spent his first four years competing in Europe. After being crowned the 2018 LEC Spring Rookie of the Split, Jiizuke went on to take his team to Worlds. While 2019 wasn’t as bright as his previous year, he’s made an impressive comeback since joining EG in North America in the 2020 LCS Spring Split.
Daniele Di Mauro

Jiizuke

Mid Laner
Hailing from Italy, Jiizuke spent his first four years competing in Europe. After being crowned the 2018 LEC Spring Rookie of the Split, Jiizuke went on to take his team to Worlds. While 2019 wasn’t as bright as his previous year, he’s made an impressive comeback since joining EG in North America in the 2020 LCS Spring Split.
Colin Zhao

Kumo

Top Laner
The second pick in the 2017 NA Scouting Grounds Draft, this is Kumo’s first LCS starting position after competing for two years in the LCS Academy League. During 2019, Kumo played in five LCS matches, four of which he won. While his competitive history has been brief, we are confident he will be able to write a promising future under the EG banner.
Colin Zhao

Kumo

Top Laner
The second pick in the 2017 NA Scouting Grounds Draft, this is Kumo’s first LCS starting position after competing for two years in the LCS Academy League. During 2019, Kumo played in five LCS matches, four of which he won. While his competitive history has been brief, we are confident he will be able to write a promising future under the EG banner.
Dennis Johnsen

Svenskeren

Jungler
Svenskeren’s competitive League career began when he was 15 years old. Nearly a decade on, he has made a name for himself as a top tier Jungler. Despite criticism during his time on TSM, he still took home three LCS titles. His skill has also consistently helped push him and his teams to the biggest League stage with five total World Championship appearances since 2014. Shortly before joining Evil Geniuses, he won the MVP Award for the LCS 2019 Summer Season.
Dennis Johnsen

Svenskeren

Jungler
Svenskeren’s competitive League career began when he was 15 years old. Nearly a decade on, he has made a name for himself as a top tier Jungler. Despite criticism during his time on TSM, he still took home three LCS titles. His skill has also consistently helped push him and his teams to the biggest League stage with five total World Championship appearances since 2014. Shortly before joining Evil Geniuses, he won the MVP Award for the LCS 2019 Summer Season.

ACHIEVEMENTS

2nd
April 18, 2020
LCS 2020 Spring Split Playoffs
3rd
April 18, 2020
LCS 2020 Spring Split Playoffs
3rd
March 31, 2020
LCS Academy 2020 Spring Split
2nd
May 31, 2020
LCS 2020 Spring Split