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|Birthday:||April 30, 1997|
|Peak League:||Challenger I (NA)|
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Benjamin "LOD" deMunck is the AD Carry for Team Dignitas.
His passion for gaming started at a young age when he played games such as Super Mario, Zelda, and Super Smash Brothers on the SNES and Nintendo 64. He and his brother got the latest generation consoles to play games until I Am Benjamin felt that offline play wasn't enough. That was when he found League of Legends and began to play casually. He met the player Stonewall after reading his guides on GameFAQs and began playing with him and attributes much of what he learned about the game to Stonewall.
LOD's career in Esports started back in 2012 with Team Green Forest. After that, he has played for other teams such as DirtNap Gaming, Team LoLPro, Team Curse and Team Coast. On October 27th 2014, it was announced that Benjamin was leaving Coast along with Santorin. They were replaced by Jesiz and Impaler. The stated reason for his departure was that he was looking for other NA LCS options.
After Cloud9 G2A disbands, LOD joined Top Dog Gaming then Ember. He also subbed in for some LCS Teams, such as Renegades, NRG Esports and Echo Fox. After his time in Ember, LOD later on joined Team EnVyUs along with Seraph, Procxin, Ninja and Hakuho. The team finished 6th in Summer Split and was seeded against Cloud9 in the playoffs, where they lost 1-3. With the points they have earned from Summer, LOD and team qualified for the Regional Qualifiers. Starting at the lowest bracket in the gauntlet, Team EnVyUs faced Team Liquid, beating them 3-0. However, the team lost to Cloud9 in the second round (0-3) and losing their chance to make it to the 2016 World Championship.
- Hates Guardian Angel and revive champs like
- When he played World of Warcraft, he named himself "Lights of Day", that's why he named himself "LOD" in League of Legends.
- He now has alternated between LOD and Benjamin, his real name.
- Played for Renegades in 2016 NA LCS Week 2 as a substitute of Freeze
- Scored a pentakill with:
|2017 NA LCS Spring Playoffs|
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|2017-04-08||2017 NA LCS Spring||5 - 6th||
||0 : 3|
|2016-09-04||2016 NA LCS Regional Qualifiers||NQ||
||0 : 3|
|2016-08-13||2016 NA LCS Summer Playoffs||5 - 6th||
||1 : 3|
|2016-07-31||2016 NA LCS Summer Split||6th||
||8 - 10||Groups/RR|
|2016-03-08||2016 NACS Spring Playoffs||3 - 4th||
||1 : 3|
|2016-02-24||2016 NACS Spring Split||2nd||
|2015-08-11||2015 NA CS Summer Playoffs||4th||
||0 : 2|
|2013-12-29||Razer LoL Holiday Bash||1st||
||2 : 0|
- January 30th - VIDEO: LOD: Dig has a Korean chef, two Korean coaches, and an in-house translator to help Ssumday and Chase with YAHOO! Esports
- February 21st - LOD: "I'M LEARNING THAT ADCS ARE NOT MADE TO DO DAMAGE IN SEASON 7. I AM AN ULTIMATE-BOT." with Blitz Esports
- March 22nd - LOD: “I think something should be changed for the spring split…Some people are even talking about like making it one giant split, which sounds like it could be a good idea. with Slingshot Esports
- June 13th - VIDEO: LOD on being a rookie, dealing with Doubelift with YAHOO! Esports
- August 18th - VIDEO: LOD: 'I wanted in my rookie split...to make some sort of dent in the scene — and we did that' with TheScore eSports
- May 14th - VIDEO: Insight with Ryan Tang Episode 5 Benjamin (video) with The Runeterra Report
- May 13th - ESL Interviews Team Green Forest: Liquidity with National ESL
- February 14th - What Is the State of League's Challenger Circuit? by Cass Marshall & Xander Torres (redbull.com)
- December 22nd - VIDEO: Coming Togeter by Team Dignitas