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|Country of Birth:||United States|
|Peak League:||Challenger I (NA) 763 LP|
|Alternate IDs:||C10 Meteos, C9 Meteos, Short Dog, Long Dong, ice cold water (KR)|
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William "Meteos" Hartman is the Jungler for Cloud9.
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Although he was born in Massachusetts, Meteos grew up in Fairfax, Virginia. He became interested in games when he was five after he used his dad's Game Boy. Before leaving school to play League of Legends, he was a sophomore at Christopher Newport University working towards a degree in Computer Science.
League of Legends Career
Meteos was introduced to League of Legends by his brother. His first earliest favorite champion was
Singed. He played ADC in Season 2, but eventually switched to Jungle in April of 2012. He ranked up playing
Skarner, a champion that came to be associated with him. He favored Jungle
Elise in Season 3.
Meteos played "High Elo" normal games for a long time, earning over 3500 wins. At some point, he and a his friends decided to form Team Normal Stars to compete in Go4LoL tournaments. Although they were able to win consistently, they disbanded before the first LCS qualifying games because their top laner was too young to compete. He became friends with WildTurtle, who asked him to be a sub for Cloud9. Since the team hadn't decided on a Jungler, he asked if he could join full time. Meteos joined Cloud9 in early March after subbing for them in the MLG Rising Stars Invitational and IPL 6 qualifiers.His original in-game name was "Long Dong" before it was changed to "Short Dog" for being offensive. But after an inactive name sweep, his current account's name became available. "Meteos" was the name he used in WoW for five years -- it comes from a Nintendo DS game by the same name that happened to be on his desk at the time he created his WoW account.
On July 3rd, 2015, Meteos announced that he was stepping down as Cloud9's main jungler and shot caller. Following the announcement, Hai came out of retirement to fill in during the Summer Split Week 6. Meteos extended his thanks for the concern from the community — many wondered if he had a family/health emergency because of some ambiguously worded updates on social media.  Meteos said that the team was not playing at its best with him as the shotcaller; he thought that if he stepped back for the rest of the split to let someone else jungle, C9 might avoid relegation. Jack Etienne, the general manager of Cloud9 said, “Meteos is a huge part of Cloud9 and one of the most talented players on our roster.” Meteos is still actively involved in the C9 brand and will even sub for the new jungler as needed.
On May 9th, 2016 it was announced he would return to the active C9 roster as Jungler.
Cloud9 started the split slow, with most of their matches going 3 games. Bunny FuFuu then stepped down from the starting roster, thus giving Smoothie the starting Support role. Cloud9 ended the season strong beating Team EnVyUs (3-1) in the quarterfinals and Immortals (3-2) in the semifinals, but dropping to Team SoloMid in the finals (1-3). They moved to the gauntlet for the Regional Qualifiers where they beat Team EnVyUs (3-0) and Immortals (3-1) giving them the #3 seed for North America in the 2016 World Championship.
- Never died during the NA LCS Summer Promotion thus holding a 45 KDA.
- Known for his
- In the NA LCS Season 3 Summer Split, he played Zac 7 times with a 100% win rate — his KDA with Zac was 49.
- Appears in Riot Games - Road to the Cup Season 3 video as
- Played the bassoon in high school and knows how to ride a unicycle. 
- Known for being heavily sarcastic on his stream.
- NA Season 3 Regionals MVP
- 12.7 KDA in Season 3 LCS Summer Split, highest in LCS history 
- Was once banned for elo boosting along with many other pro players such as Rhux, Xmithie, Nyjacky, DontMashMe, Aphromoo, Chuuper
- Occasionally known to play uncommon junglers including
- Got a haircut in February of 2016, leaving behind his trademark blond-dyed style
|2016-08-28||2016 NA LCS Summer Playoffs||
||1 : 3|| |
|2013-09-02||Season 3 NA LCS Summer||
||3 : 0|| |
|2013-03-17||2013 MLG Winter Championship Summer Promotion Qualifier||
||2 : 0|| |
|2013-02-20||Rising Stars Invitational #6||
||2 : 0|| |
|2013-02-13||Rising Stars Invitational #5||
||2 : 0|| |
- October 9th - C9 Meteos: 'I don’t feel like we played better than TSM...if they had been in our group they probably would have done better' with theScore Esports
- February 1st - NA LCS 2015: Meteos "When you're winning a lot it's really easy to get lazy..." (video) with SK Gaming
- February 15th - Meteos predicts CLG to win against TSM and shares thoughts on jungle Nidalee with OnGamers
- December 21st - Meteos explains what happened to his Challenger team and what his Pro future looks like with GameSpot
- January 18th - Meteos talks about Cloud9's match on day 2 of LC (video) with onGamers
- March 12th - Meteos discusses C9's match against Gambit Gaming (video) with onGamers
- March 27th - Meteos shares his thoughts about Cloud 9 play in Day 2 of Super Week (video) with onGamers
- April 4th - Meteos talks about first match of Week 11 against CLG (video) with onGamers
- April 20th - Meteos talks about their match against TSM in the LCS Playoffs (video) with onGamers
- May 9th - Meteos and LiNk on Day One of All-Stars (video) with onGamers
- June 19th - Meteos on C9's game play and his thoughts on the other teams and players in NA LCS (video) with onGamers
- July 19th - Meteos: 'Kassadin is the most obnoxious Champion of all time...' (video) with onGamers
- September 25th - Meteos on Cloud9's performance on day one and missing American food with onGamers
- December 7th - Meteos on 4.20 jungling at IEM San Jose (video) with onGamers
- March 18th - MOBAFire TV: Interviews Cloud 9 Meteos at MLG Dallas (video) with MOBAFire TV
- May 11th - League of Legends NA Summer Promotion - Hai & Meteos (video) with MachinimaVS
- June 13th - Meteos talks about his match against TSM Snapdragon (video) with GameSpot
- June 13th - League Out Loud - Summer Split Begins & Meteos Interview (video) with MachinimaVS
- June 18th - League Out Loud - Summer Split Begins & Meteos Interview (video) with MachinimaVS
- June 30th - MLG Anaheim C9 Meteos Interview (video) with Cyber Sports Network
- July 12th - Meteos talks about going against CLG in Week 5 at the LCS (video) with GameSpot
- July 18th - League of Legends LCS [SS WK 6] Meteos & Sneaky -Cloud 9 vs. TSM (video) with MachinimaVS
- July 26th - LCS Week 7 Day 1 - C9 Meteos "We take every team seriously" (video) with Leaguepedia
- August 5th - Meteos says Cloud9 Will Adapt to Patch 3.10 (video) with GameSpot
- September 3rd - Meteos AMA with Reddit
- September 21st - Meteos shares his thoughts on Cloud9's Scouting and Preparation (video) with GameSpot
- September 23rd - Off the Rift: C9 and Fnatic junglers discuss quarterfinal match (video) with LoL Esports
- September 28th - LolKing's S3 Worlds Coverage - Interview with Meteos (Will Hartman) (video) with LolKing
- October 12th - Meteos AMA on /r/summonerschool with Reddit
- October 29th - Sneaky & Meteos talk about worlds, offseason and life as progamers with LoL Esports
- November 24th - Meteos discusses C9's match against Gambit Gaming (video) with onGamers
- March 29th - Meteos on banning 'Kassadinesque' Vladimir, out-smiting Saint, and free Barons by Samuel Lingle
- June 18th - Meteos vlog #1
- July 28th - C9 Meteos Vlog #2 - "Streaming, Teamwork and Worlds"
- September 4th - Cloud 9 Meteos Vlog - Powered by iBuyPower | NA Regionals at PAX
- October 8th - C9 Meteos Vlog sponsored by GFUEL - Thoughts on Worlds and offseason
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