G4

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G4
ASC G4 2018 WC.png
Background Information
NameNuttapong Menkasikan (นัฐพงษ์ เม้นกะสิการ)
Country of BirthThailand Thailand
BirthdayOctober 31, 1997 (age 21)
Residency
SEA
 SEA
Competitive
TeamMEGAlogo std.png MEGA
RoleMid Laner
Favorite ChampsZedSquare.png
Soloqueue IDsBob4 (KR)
Social Media & Links
Infobox BestGGlogo std.png
Infobox Twitchlogo std.png
Team History
May 2013 - Jun 2013
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Flashdivelogo std.png Flashdive
Jun 2013 - Mar 2014
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MiTH Flashdivelogo std.png MiTH Flashdive
Mar 2014 - Sep 2016
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Btlogo std.png Bangkok Titans
Oct 2016 - Oct 2018
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Ascension Gaminglogo std.png Ascension Gaming
Dec 2018 - Present
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MEGAlogo std.png MEGA
Nuttapong "G4" Menkasikan (Thai: นัฐพงษ์ เม้นกะสิการ) is the mid laner for MEGA.

Biography

Season 3

Nuttapong "LeesIn Mid" Menkasikan joined Flashdive in Spring 2013 as the starting mid laner. He competed with the team in the 2013 June LCS Pro League Thailand, achieving a 1st place finish with a 12-3-0 record. After their successful performance, the team was sponsored by Made in Thailand Esports. The team renamed to MiTH Flashdive while LeesIn Mid renamed to G4. They continued to perform well in the 2013 LCS Pro League Thailand but lost to Bangkok Titans in the finals after a close 3-2 series. G4 got his revenge in the Thailand Grand Championship 2013, where he and the team defeated Bangkok Titans 3-0.

2014 Season

In March 2014, G4 and teammate 007x left MiTH Flashdive to join Bangkok Titans. Although Bangkok Titans had always been a dominant force in the local Thai scene, it had consistently finished near the bottom of the Garena Premier League (GPL). With G4, however, the team managed to secure a playoffs spot in the 2014 GPL Summer. Although the team was eliminated in the quarterfinals by ahq e-Sports Club, their performance was strong enough for the team to retain the majority of the roster for the next season.

2015 Season

Bangkok Titans continued to find success in the 2015 GPL, which had been changed to exclude the historically-dominant Taiwanese teams. In Spring, the team managed a 2nd place finish and subsequently qualified for the 2015 International Wildcard Invitational when the 1st place team, Saigon Fantastic Five, was unable to attend. At IWCI, the team performed well, going undefeated in the Round Robin stage. In the playoffs, however, they were eliminated 0-3 by the eventual winners, Beşiktaş e-Sports Club.

The team returned for 2015 GPL Summer, where they achieved a 1st place finish and qualified for the International Wildcard Tournament in Turkey. They defeated Oceania's The Chiefs eSports Club in the finals to qualify for the 2015 Season World Championship. They were placed in group C, along with SK Telecom T1, EDward Gaming, and H2k-Gaming. Unfortunately, they failed to win a single game and were knocked out of the tournament in last place. Despite the team's record, G4 managed to hold his own against world-renowned mid laners like PawN and Ryu, even putting out impressive individual performances in a few games. G4 was later voted as the mid laner to represent Southeast Asia during the International Wildcard All-Star Melbourne 2015.

2016 Season

G4 remained with Bangkok Titans for the Spring season of the 2016 Thailand Pro League (TPL),[1] where they went undefeated over 25 games for a 1st place finish. At the 2016 GPL Spring, the team finished in 2nd place, losing 3-1 to Saigon Jokers in the finals. The team also finished in 2nd place at the 2016 GPL Summer. After the tournament, G4 left the team.[2]

Trivia

  • Riot's official esports website described G4 as "the shining star of Thai League of Legends."

Tournament Results

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.
G4 Tournament Results
DatePlaceEventLast ResultTeamRoster
2018-10-04I1NQWCS logo small.png Worlds 2018 Play-In0 - 4Blanklogo std.png RRAscension Gaminglogo std.png ASC
 Rockky,
 Lloyd,
 G4,
 SunSunSun,
 Niksar,
 Rich,
 Chainarin
2018-08-19A11SEA Tourlogo square.png SEA Tour 2018 Summer3 : 0MEGAlogo std.png MEGAAscension Gaminglogo std.png ASC
 Rockky,
 Lloyd,
 G4,
 Niksar,
 Rich,
 Rex
2018-07-22I1QSEA Tourlogo square.png SEA Tour 2018 Summer Thailand Qualifiers3 : 0MEGAlogo std.png MEGAAscension Gaminglogo std.png ASC
 Rockky,
 Delpain,
 G4,

 Lloyd,
 Niksar,
 Rich
2018-07-05A22RR P logo small.png Rift Rivals 2018 SEA-LJL-OPL1 : 3OPL Allstarslogo std.png OPLAscension Gaminglogo std.png ASC
 Rockky,
 Delpain,
 G4,
 Lloyd,
 Rich
2018-05-05B212 - 13MSI logo.png 2018 Mid-Season Invitational2 - 4Blanklogo std.png RRAscension Gaminglogo std.png ASC
 Rockky,
 Intreso,
 G4,
 Lloyd,
 Rich,
 Cabbage
2018-04-01A11GPL logo small.png GPL 2018 Spring3 : 1Klhlogo std.png KLHAscension Gaminglogo std.png ASC
 Rockky,
 InTreso,
 G4,
 Lloyd,
 Rich,
 Cabbage
2018-03-18A11ThaiPL logo small.png TPL 2018 Spring Playoffs3 : 0MEGAlogo std.png MEGAAscension Gaminglogo std.png ASC
 Rockky,
 InTreso,
 G4,
 Lloyd,
 Rich,
 Cabbage
2018-03-02A11ThaiPL logo small.png TPL 2018 Spring13 - 1Blanklogo std.png RRAscension Gaminglogo std.png ASC
 Rockky,
 InTreso,
 G4,
 Lloyd,
 Novarist,
 Rich,
 Cabbage
2017-08-27A33GPL logo small.png GPL 2017 Summer2 : 3Young Generationlogo std.png YGEAscension Gaminglogo std.png ASC
 Jisu,
 Nuni,
 G4,
 Lloyd,
 WarL0cK
2017-08-12A11Thailand LCS Logo.png Thailand LCS 2017 Summer Season3 : 1Btlogo std.png BKTAscension Gaminglogo std.png ASC
 Renrin,
 Nuni,
 G4,
 Lloyd,
 WarL0cK,
 Cabbage

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