Gallex

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Gallex
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Background Information
NameAaron Asher
Country of BirthUnited States United States
BirthdayJuly 16, 1996 (age 22)
Residency
NA
 North America
Competitive
RoleCoach
Previous Role(s)Coach
Analyst
Favorite ChampsGalioSquare.pngTaliyahSquare.pngIreliaSquare.pngKatarinaSquare.png
Soloqueue IDsgallex (NA), mid miuna (NA)
Social Media & Links
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Team History
Nov 2014 - Feb 2015
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Feb 2015 - Mar 2015
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Cerberus eSports (North American Team)logo std.pngCerberus eSports
Apr 2015 - Sep 2015
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Legacy Esportslogo std.pngLegacy Esports
Apr 2015 - Oct 2015
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Sep 2015 - Nov 2015
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Aaron "Gallex" Asher was previously the coach for Legacy Esports.

Biography

Gallex was originally introduced to the game through his friends from high school around the time of the Season 2 World Championship. He began playing on the Quinn patch.

Because Gallex lived in Los Angeles, he could conveniently visit the NALCS and other League of Legends events with his friends, through which he became a Team SoloMid fan, and began to love the game. Wanting to express his obsession with the Korean scene, Gallex began writing articles for GoldPer10.com (now GAMURS), where he connected with then-Dire Wolves coach Jish, who recommended the Legacy eSports job.

Gallex joined Legacy eSports for OPL 2015 Split 2 in April 2015, and was announced as the Head Coach, with Maxxy and Malaz as analysts, in May.[1] After falling to The Chiefs eSports Club in Split 2 Grand Finals, Gallex moved to a lesser role with the organization before being released and returning to school.[2][3]

Trivia

  • Before turning to coaching, Gallex was frequently accused of scripting to avoid crowd-control while playing KatarinaSquare.png Katarina and GalioSquare.png Galio, due to rarely having their ultimates interrupted.
  • Introduced the Banner of Command ShenSquare.png Shen build popularized by Minkywhale in his time at Legacy eSports.
  • Known for teaching his players to "think 2-5 minutes ahead" based on objective priority. This strategy was derived directly from studying Korean support players and how they timed their ward spots & pathing through the river.
  • Along with Maxxy, accurately predicted all 6 bans and 1st rotation of the draft phase for 8 straight weeks of Legacy's OPL matches.

Tournament Results

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Gallex Tournament Results
DatePlEventLast ResultTeamRoster

Interviews

External Links

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