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LOCATION: Europe Europe
TEAM CAPTAIN: Enrique "xPeke" Cedeño Martínez
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CREATED: December 7, 2014(2014-12-07)

Origen is a Spanish League of Legends team, founded by Enrique "xPeke" Cedeño Martínez.


Origen was founded by xPeke in 2014 after he left Fnatic. The roster he picked up personally to play alongside him was Niels, Mithy, sOAZ and Amazing. The team defeated Millenium in the 2015 EU CS Spring Qualifier. They managed to perform extremely well in the 2015 EU CS Spring Split finishing with a 9-1 record. In the 2015 EU CS Spring Playoffs, Origen finished in 1st place after defeating Reason Gaming in the Semifinals and Copenhagen Wolves Academy in the finals. This qualified Origen for the 2015 EU LCS Summer Split.

During the Summer Split, Origen was fighting with H2k-Gaming for the 2nd place spot. Fnatic went on to finish undefeated in the regular season with an 18-0 record, making it impossible for Origen to finish 1st. This however didn't stop the squad from finishing 2nd in their first ever LCS split as a team. Their success continued in the 2015 EU LCS Summer Playoffs where they defeated H2K 3-1 in the Semifinals. The team fell 2-3 to Fnatic in the finals but managed to hand them their only two losses of the Summer Split. Despite their impressive first split, the team didn't earn enough Championship Point and had to play in the 2015 EU LCS Regional Qualifier, where they defeated Team ROCCAT in the 2nd round and Unicorns of Love in the third round. This qualified Origen for the 2015 World Championship as Europe's 3rd seed.

At Worlds, Origen was drawn into Group D along with KT Rolster, LGD Gaming and Team SoloMid. They finished the group with a 4-2 record only dropping a game to LGD and KT. Despite knocking out the Flash Wolves 3-1 in the Quarterfinals, Origen was defeated by SK Telecom T1 in the Semifinals with a 3-0 sweep.

Prior to the start of the 2016 Season, there were rumors of xPeke retiring. They were later proven wrong as Origen announced a 6 man roster with the addition of PowerOfEvil to their roster. The team's debut with PowerOfEvil in the mid lane was at IEM Season X/San Jose. The team went on to defeat Team SoloMid and Counter Logic Gaming to win the event. This was the first international tournament that Origen won. The team returned to Europe for the 2016 EU LCS Spring Split and despite critics and analysts having high expectations for them, they finished in 4th place with an 11-7 record.

In Summer, Origen underwent roster changes due to the departure of Zven and Mithy, who were then replaced by FORG1VEN and Hybrid. After playing 4 games, FORG1VEN left the team and xPeke had to step in to fill his spot. The team finished the round robin stage at 9th place with a 2-8-8 standing. This dropped them down to the Promotion Tournament and forfeited the Championship Points they earned from Spring. Fortunately, they were able to re-qualify for the 2017 Season after beating Misfits (3-2).

In the off season, Hybrid left the team. This was then followed by 2 of the remaining members of the original roster, sOAZ and Amazing. Origen then announced that the team will conduct tryouts for their new roster. One month after, PowerOfEvil left as well. This required the team to rebuilt their roster from scratch.

On January 2nd, 2017, Origen announced the roster they will be fielding for the 2017 EU LCS Spring Split. This include Satorius, Wisdom, NaeHyun, Tabzz and Hiiva.

Origen was drawn into Group B, alongside Vitality, Splyce, Unicorns of Love and H2k-Gaming for the Spring Split. The team started with a lose against H2k-Gaming and their losing streak continued until Week 5, where they scored 0 wins out of 6 matches (0 wins out of 12 games). The team then decided to release Hiiva and bring in xPeke as the team's starting Support. At this point, they were also looking to replace Wisdom in the Jungle position. On March 13th, the team announced Cinkrof as their new Jungler, as Wisdom left the team.

The team earned their 1st game win in Week 8, but they still fell short and failed to win the match against GIANTS! Gaming. Origen ended the regular split group stage at 5th place with a match score of 0W-13L and game score of 2W-26L. This dropped them to the Promotion Tournament where they faced and lost to Misfits Academy and GIANTS! Gaming, thus failing to re-qualify for the Summer Split.

On April 20th, the team's starting Top Laner, Satorius, announced his departure from the team.[1] This was then followed by Tabzz and Cinkrof's announcement of their free agency on April 26th, .[2][3] On April 27th, Origen confirmed Tabzz and Cinkrof's free agency, as well as NaeHyun's. On their Facebook statement, they also announced that Coach LeDuck does not plan to renew his contract with the organization, which will expire on April 30th.[4]


  • December 7th, Team is founded.
  • December 17th, Amazing, Zvanillan (Aka. NielsXD) and Mithy are announced as the first four players of the team.

Player Roster

ID Name Role Next Team
Jungler Icon.png Denmark TynX Kristian Østergaard
Oyun Hizmetleri
Support Icon.png Poland Iluzjonist Ireneusz Opaliński
MidLane Icon.png South Korea NaeHyun Yoo Nae-hyun (유내현)
CREW eSports
Jungler Icon.png Poland Cinkrof Jakub Rokicki
Dark Passage
ADCarry Icon.png Netherlands Tabzz Erik van Helvert
TopLaner Icon.png Germany Satorius Max Günther
Jungler Icon.png South Korea Wisdom Kim Tae-wan (김태완)
Team Aurora
Support Icon.png Finland Hiiva Aleksi Kaikkonen
MidLane Icon.png Germany PowerOfEvil Tristan Schrage
TopLaner Icon.png France sOAZ Paul Boyer
Jungler Icon.png Germany Amazing Maurice Stückenschneider
ADCarry Icon.png Lithuania Toaster Augustas Ruplys
KIYF Logitech
Support Icon.png Netherlands Hybrid Glenn Doornenbal
ADCarry Icon.png Greece FORG1VEN Konstantinos Tzortziou
ADCarry Icon.png Denmark Zven Jesper Svenningsen
G2 Esports
Support Icon.png Spain Mithy Alfonso Aguirre Rodriguez
G2 Esports

ID Name Role


ID Name Position
Spain xPeke Enrique Cedeño Martínez Manager
Spain jzafra Javier Zafra Jáudenes CEO

ID Name Position Next Team
Germany LeDuck Titus Hafner Head Coach
Spain Araneae Alvar Martin Aleñar Head Coach
ThunderX3 Baskonia
Norway NicoThePico Nicholas Korsgaard Head Coach/Analyst
Spain Bali Ana Negueruela Player Manager
Denmark Hazel Nicolai Larsen Head Coach
Germany LeDuck Titus Hafner Head Coach
Inspire eSports
USA Hermit Tadayoshi Littleton Head Coach/Analyst
NRG Esports

Team Achievements

2017 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2017-04-13 EU LCS.png I1NQ 2017 EU LCS Summer Promotion 0 : 3
GIANTS! Gaming
2017-04-02 EU LCS.png A55th 2017 EU LCS Spring Split - Group B 0 - 13 Group Stage/Round Robin (W/L)

2016 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2016-08-05 EU LCS.png I1Q 2017 EU LCS Spring Promotion 3 : 2
2016-07-31 EU LCS.png A99th 2016 EU LCS Summer Split 2-8-8 Group Stage/Round Robin (W/T/L)
2016-04-17 EU LCS.png A22nd 2015 EULCS Spring Playoffs 1 : 3
G2 Esports
$ 25,000
2016-03-18 EU LCS.png A44th 2015 EULCS Spring Split 11 - 7 Group Stage/Round Robin (W/L)
2016-03-04 Esltumbnail.png A77 - 8th IEM X World Championship 1 : 2
Team SoloMid
$ 1,500

2015 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2015-11-22 Esltumbnail.png A11st IEM X San Jose 3 : 0
Counter Logic Gaming
$ 25,000
2015-10-24 Worlds Logosmall.png A33 - 4th 2015 World Championship 0 : 3
SK Telecom T1
$ 150,000
2015-08-31 EU LCS.png I1Q 2015 EU LCS Regional Qualifiers 3 : 0
Unicorns of Love
Q to 2015 Worlds
2015-08-23 EU LCS.png A22nd 2015 EULCS Summer Playoffs 2 : 3
$ 25,000
2015-07-24 EU LCS.png A22nd 2015 EULCS Summer Split 12 : 5 Group Stage/Round Robin (W/L)
2015-04-08 CS EU logo.png A11st 2015 EUCS Spring Playoffs 3 : 0
CW Academy
€ 8,000
2015-03-04 A11st ESL MWC Challenge 2 : 0
G2 Esports
€ 10,000
2015-04-06 A11st Gamers Assembly 3 : 0
€ 5,000


Other Contents


  • 2016 EU LCS Summer
  • 2016 EU LCS Spring
  • 2015 EU LCS Summer


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  1. Satorius' Twitter Post twitter.com
  2. Tabzz's Twitter Post twitter.com
  3. Cinkrof's Twitter Post twitter.com
  4. Origen's Facebook Post facebook.com
  5. Origen Roster Announcement youtube.com
  6. Origen's Twitter Post twitter.com
  7. Origen's Facebook Post origen
  8. COMPETITIVE RULING: ORIGEN eu.lolesports.com
  9. Satorius' Twitter Post twitter.com
  10. Tabzz's Twitter Post twitter.com
  11. Origen's Facebook Post facebook.com
  12. Origen's Facebook Post facebook.com
  13. Changes to our Coaching Staff origen.gg
  14. Changes in Origen origen.gg
  15. [1]
  16. Important: Roster Update origen.gg
  17. Changes to our coaching staff origen.gg
  18. Toaster will be the new ADC and Zhergoth new sub origen.gg
  19. Hybrid's Twitter Post twitter.com
  20. Toaster leaves Origen esports-news.co.uk
  21. Changes to our coaching staff origen.gg
  22. sOAZ and Amazing leave origen.gg
  23. Misfits' Facebook Post facebook.com
  24. Introducing Origen’s top laner
  25. Origen qualifies for the challenger series
  26. Introducing Origen’s coach origen.gg
  27. LeDuck stepping down as head coach
  28. Origen announces Tadayoshi “Hermit” Littleton as new Head Coach origen.gg
  29. Official Update regarding xPeke and Origen’s Future origen.gg