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Background Information
Name: Daerek Hart
Country: United States USA
Birthday: June 15, 1989 (1989-06-15) (age 25)
Team: Cloud 9
Role: Support
End of Contract: 2015-10-07
League Information
Most Played:
Peak League: ChallengerTier.png Challenger I (NA) 525 LP
Alternate IDs: C9 BananaNation, C9 HyperX Dora, C9 LemonNation, Nom Nom Lemon, Quantic Lemon NT, oRb LemonNation, ShawnOfTheDead, LemonBoy, 넌나한태오빠야 (KR)
Social Media Links
Facebook: Facebook Fanpage
Reddit: LemonNation's Reddit Account
Team History
??? 2012 - Apr 2012
Apr 2012 - Nov 2012
Orbit Gaming
Nov 2012 - Dec 2012
Quantic Gaming
Dec 2012 - Apr 2013
Cloud 9
Apr 2013 - May 2013
Quantic Gaming
May 2013 - Present
Cloud 9
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Daerek "LemonNation" Hart is the Support for Cloud 9.


Daerek was raised in Eden Prairie, Minnesota where he grew up playing video games.

As he progressed in League of Legends, he became known in the high elo ladders for being an only support player, actually playing solely
for a long period of time. He eventually reached rank 1 in solo queue in Season 2 using only support. It was during Season 2 that he was invited to join the team HOODSTOMPGRAVESGG, whose roster consisted of Hoodstomp, LiNk, Yoda, and Vech. This team soon after was picked up in April 2012 by the Orbit Gaming organization to actively compete. LemonNation and his team went through roster changes quickly after joining, however the team went on to pave a strong up and coming name for themselves, placing high in tournaments they entered.

In November 2012, Daerek with his teammates left the brand. Becoming a well known team by this point, they were acquired by Quantic Gaming. It was short-lived as the organization decided to disband. The players went on to compete under the name Team NomNom, which became Cloud 9. Still playing support, in January 2013, Daerek's team came close but were unsuccessful on becoming a team on Riot's new upcoming Season 3 professional competitive league, Riot Season 3 NA Championship Series. Adding new players to the roster after others had left, LemonNation and company were again picked up by revamped Quantic Gaming. This new team was discussed as one of the top amateur teams in the competitive scene, winning the 2013 MLG Winter Championship Summer Promotion Qualifier. Afterwards, the Quantic team achieved what they previously faltered on and won a spot at Season 3 LCS Summer Promotion, beating compLexity Gaming and becoming a new team on the LCS for the summer series.

In May 2013, Lemon and the team decided to part ways with the organization and reform to play under their old name, Cloud 9


  • Rank 1 in solo queue at the end of Season 2 and in Season 3 playing only support.
  • Only used
    in solo queue in high elo for large span of time.
  • He is the only remaining player from the team's original roster, which consisted of the members of HOODSTOMPGRAVESGG.
  • His name is derived from his middle name, Lemon.
  • Favorite support is
    , least favorite support is
  • Enjoys Magic: The Gathering.
  • Has a Master's Degree in Software Engineering from University of St. Thomas.
  • Pioneered AP
  • Looks up to Edward.
  • Known for being the first support
    in a competitive match.
  • League of Legends was his first MOBA game.
  • He created his first account, ShawnOfTheDead, on the 1st of January, 2010.
  • Made it into the LCS with Quantic Gaming (now Cloud 9).
  • Lemon's teammates claim he has a bad PR (Public Relations) filter, he has said things that could be considered inappropriate such as his suicide comment on the LCS stream.
  • He never uses skins for his champions.[1]

LCS Statistics

    2015 NA LCS Spring
    Champion Games Wins Losses Win % Kills Deaths Assists KDA

    4 1 3 25 3 7 23 3.71

    2 2 0 100 0 2 18 9.00

    2 2 0 100 3 1 17 20.00

    2 2 0 100 5 2 19 12.00

    1 0 1 0 0 5 7 1.40

    1 1 0 100 2 1 7 9.00
    Total 12 8 4 66.7 13 18 91 5.78

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  1. The pros and their skins ""