|Country of Birth|| Israel|
|Birthday||September 8, 1993 (age 25)|
|Soloqueue IDs||TCM Brokenshard, DB Brokenshard, UR Brokenshard, AL Brokenshard, vG Brokenshard, JEW Brokenshard, Brokenshard v2, DTG Brokenshard (NA), coL Brokenshard (NA), SK Brokenshard, Brokenshard XD, CW Brokenshard, MYM BigSorry|
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Ram "Brokenshard" Djemal is the coach for SK Gaming.
Before becoming Determined Gaming's jungler, he played for teams such as TCM-Gaming, DragonBorns, Absolute Legends.Omega, ESC Gaming, and IWantCookie. He later joined compLexity Gaming and qualified for the NA LCS, but after a few weeks he was forced to go back to Europe due to visa issues. He then joined SK Gaming Prime, where he was noticed and picked up by Copenhagen Wolves. He left SK to play in the LCS for Copenhagen Wolves, but he later left that roster when they placed eighth in the league after the final super week. He then joined the Gamers 2 organization as a coach/analyst and has since then remained a coach for various teams over multiple regions. He is currently an assistant coach for INTZ e-Sports at the 2016 World Championship.
In October 2014, Brokenshard began to co-host the talk show First Blood, along with Richard Lewis and NintendudeX.
On November 12, 2014, Brokenshard announced his departure from Gamers 2.
On November 30, 2014, it was announced that Brokenshard would join H2k-Gaming as a coach for the time of the Expansion Tournament.
After the Expansion Tournament, Brokenshard left H2k-Gaming. In January 2015, he returned to play, joining SK Gaming Prime as their jungler. Soon after this, Dignitas acquired the team's roster, forming Team Dignitas EU. Brokenshard competed in the EU Challenger Spring Split with the team. The team finished in 4th place, qualifying them for the Spring Playoffs, however, due to Sencux and Wunderwear being underage, they could not play with the current roster. Instead of finding substitutes, they opted to give up their spot in the playoffs, which then went to 5th place Reason Gaming. After the spring split, Brokenshard moved from being a player to coaching the team, and they qualified for the LCS. Dignitas was faced with the decision of choosing which of their two LCS teams to sell, and kept their North American team, bringing Brokenshard over as a coach.
After IEM Cologne in December 2015, Brokenshard left Dignitas, with analyst Raz replacing him as the team's head coach.
- Lee Sin is his favorite and most played champion.
- Infamous for being executed as he attempted to take his red buff against Evil Geniuses.NA.
- Plays Xin Zhao and Olaf very often.
- Known for swapping champions with Spontexx at the last seconds.
- Qualified for Season 3 with DragonBorns at the LCS EU offline qualifier.
- First LCS player from Israel.
- First player to play in both NA LCS and EU LCS in the same split. He played for both compLexity.Black and Copenhagen Wolves in the 2014 Summer Split.
- His name comes from an incident where his friend crashed through a window and exclaimed "Wow, look at all these broken shards!".
- This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.
|Brokenshard Tournament Results|
|2019-03-16||6|| LEC 2019 Spring|9 - 9RR |SK|
|2019-02-24||2|| Premier Tour 18/19 Winter Bonn||SKP|
|2018-12-16||3 - 4|| ESLM 2018 Winter Playoffs||SK|
|2018-12-03||3|| Summoner's Inn League - Season 1 Playoffs||SK|
|2018-11-28||2|| ESLM 2018 Winter|14 - 4RR |SK|
|2018-11-20||2|| Summoner's Inn League Season 1|6 - 4RR |SK|
|2018-11-18||2|| Premier Tour 2018/2019 Winter Vienna||SK|
|2018-10-14||2|| Premier Tour 2018/2019 Winter Bern||SK|
|2018-06-03||1|| Occitanie Esports 2018||GO|
|2018-05-21||3|| DreamHack Tours 2018||GO|
- February 13, Team Dignitas EUCS Brokenshard Interview (video) with Team Dignitas
- May 20, dignitas/Brokenshard - Coaching Style, EUCS & More with Team Dignitas
- July 22, Interview with Team Dignitas Helios & Brokenshard on their most recent LCS Week with Team Dignitas
- August 20, Interview with Brokenshard on DIG EU entering the LCS with Team Dignitas
- August 23, "WE WANT TO TAKE THE FIRST SPLIT AS A TRAINING SPLIT" - AN INTERVIEW WITH DIG.EU COACH BROKENSHARD by Esports Heaven
- September 1, Face Check with guest Brokenshard with Vulcun FS
- October 18, Brokenshard Interview with Twitch
- October 21, Brokenshard: 'There is a possibility that no one from the original team will be on that team...' with theScore
- November 27, Meet The New Team Dignitas LoL: Interview with our Head Coach, Brokenshard with Dignitas
- January 6, I am Brokenshard, jungler for NA team DTG and conqueror of red buff, AMA with Reddit
- January 6, Interview with Brokenshard, Jungler for Determined Gaming with League Central
- January 20, LoL: Interview with Brokenshard with TheMittani.com
- April 8, Insight w/ Ryan Tang Episode 1: Brokenshard (video) with The Runeterra Report
- May 3, Lone Star Clash - Interview with coL Brokenshard with eSportspedia
- May 15, Interview with CoL. Brokenshard with Esports Heaven
- May 17, coL Brokenshard talks about how he jungles, TSM Amazing, the upcoming split and much more (video/transcript) with Team Dignitas
- July 15, 'Reflections' with Brokenshard with OnGamers
- July 21, EU LCS 2014 Summer W9: Interview with CW Brokenshard (video) with SK Gaming
- December 20, Brokenshard: "I will look in to the possibility of owning my own team next year" (video) with Fragbite
- January 16, aL Lounge - The European 16 - DB Brokenshard (video) with Absolute Legends
- January 16, An Interview and AMA with DragonBorns Jungler Brokenshard with Team Dignitas
- January 25, DragonBorns Brokenshard and Spontexx interview. (video) with How2Win.pl
- January 27, I am DB Brokenshard, former jungler and current sub/coach for DB. We just qualified. AMA with Reddit
- March 11, Interview with Brokenshard from Dragonborns with Team Dignitas
- March 19, I am DB Brokenshard, sub for DragonBorns and creator of the EUW challenger series, Ask me ANYTHING with Reddit
- June 13, aL Interviews: TCM Brokenshard with Absolute Legends
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