|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||November 23, 1996 (age 22)|
|Soloqueue IDs||HotGirl6Pack, goldenglue3,|
C9 황금풀 (KR)
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Greyson "Goldenglue" Gilmer comes from Flower Mound, Texas in the United States. He played League ever since he was a child but started playing professionally in late 2013.
In December 2013, the original Dadslammers roster was formed, consisting of former LCS players Nk Inc and Evaniskus, and new comers Jezie, Goldenglue and Impactful. Goldenglue and the team's first competitive tournament was the Mobafire Cup in late 2013, which they placed 1st in.
With the announcement of Riot's North American Challenger Series, Goldenglue and Dadslammers quickly ascended the Ranked 5's ladder, finishing 16th in the challenger league and qualifying for the 1st NA Challenger Series Play-In. During their ranked 5's ladder grind, they became the first team in North America to take a game off of LMQ. In the first Play-In, the team was forced to change their name to "Skyline" due to a ruling by Riot. Playing under the Skyline name, the team was able to defeat Team LoLPro and Tint Gaming to advance to the quarter-finals of the 2014 NA Challenger Series Spring #1, where they shockingly 2-0'd Cloud 9 Tempest in a best of 3 series to advance to a Semi-Final showdown with LMQ. Before their match vs. LMQ, the team was picked up by compLexity Gaming, becoming compLexity.Red, however, they were defeated by LMQ 2-0 in their first match under the name compLexity.Red, placing them in 3rd place. Goldenglue stayed with the team and competed with them in the 2014 NA Challenger Series Spring #2 where they were tied for 5th-8th place.
On March 25, Goldenglue left compLexity.Red to join Team Dignitas, replacing long-time Mid laner Scarra after he stepped down from the main roster. Goldenglue made his LCS debut on March 29 against Evil Geniuses where he helped the team win the game and he continued to play with Dignitas for the last two weeks of the 2014 NA LCS Spring Split. However, Scarra returned to the main roster of Dignitas for the playoffs of the 2014 NA LCS Spring Split and Goldenglue was released.
Coast's participation in the Promotion Tournament automatically gave them a seed into the 2014 NA Challenger Series Summer #1. With a roster consisting of Rhux, Santorin, Goldenglue, WizFujiiN, and Sheep (DontMashMe and Daydreamin substituted for Santorin and Sheep in the quarterfinals), they defeated Team Green Forest, Curse Academy, and then LoLPro to win the tournament.
The 2014 NA Challenger Series Summer #2 saw a similar performance from Coast; this time, they defeated Denial, Team 8, and Curse Academy to claim the first-place spot. With the top seed into the 2014 NA Challenger Series Summer Playoffs, Coast was given a bye to the semifinals; they lost to Team 8 but then defeated LoLPro in the 3rd place match and qualified for the 2015 NA LCS Spring Promotion Tournament.
Immediately before the promotion tournament, however, Coast swapped out Rhux and Goldenglue to substitute positions in order to bring on Miracle and Ringer, two Korean players, as their solo lanes. Goldenglue was once again left without a team.
On November 3, 2014, it was announced that CompLexity was forming two rosters, coL.White and coL.Black. Goldenglue joined coL.White along with Westrice, Kez, Impactful, and Lohpally, qualifying for the 2015 NA LCS Spring Expansion Tournament via the ranked 5s ladder. After beating Monstar Kittenz 2-1 in the first round, the team lost to Curse Academy 0-2 in the second round of the online portion of the tournament and were eliminated. On December 9, compLexity announced that they would return to having only a single roster. Goldenglue, MabreyBABY (formerly Impactful), and Lohpally joined the team from coL.White as starters, while Westrice stayed with the organization as a top lane substitute.
In March 2015, Goldenglue joined a reformed Frank Fang Gaming, with a roster including himself, LattmaN, BonQuish, Moon, and BrandonFTW. They placed second in the AlphaDraft Challenger League, behind Misfits and ahead of Cloud9 Tempest. However, in the 2015 NACS Summer Qualifier, Frank Fang Gaming lost to Cloud9 Tempest in the first round of their bracket and were eliminated. Three days after their defeat, the team disbanded. Goldenglue joined Team 8 a few weeks later, temporarily replacing starting mid laner Slooshi going into the fourth week of the 2015 NA LCS Summer Split and marking his second appearance in the LCS.
Team 8 finished the regular season tied for seventh but then lost to Cloud9 and were sent to the 2016 Spring Promotion Tournament. They chose Team Imagine as their Challenger opponent and beat them 3-1 to stay in the LCS for the spring season. After their victory, the team announced that Goldenglue would be their starting mid laner in the 2016 season.
In October 2015, Immortals was announced as the new brand of Team 8. Goldenglue initially remained with the team during the branding change but became a free agent in November. One month later, Goldenglue joined Ember, a new team that acquired Cloud9 Tempest's NACS slot.
Ember finished second in the regular season, with a 3-1-1 record. Additionally, Goldenglue substituted for Echo Fox in the LCS for multiple games when starting mid laner Froggen was unable to play due to visa problems. Due to jungler Contractz's ineligibility to play in the promotion tournament, Ember signed Santorin as a substitute starting with the NACS playoffs. They lost in the first round to Team Dragon Knights. After their failure to qualify for the LCS, Ember released all of their players except for Contractz, and Goldenglue left the team.
Goldenglue joined Team Liquid Academy in May. As a part of TLA, Goldenglue participated in the 2016 NACS Summer Split where they finished second in the regular season. In playoffs, TLA fell in the finals to Cloud9 Challenger in a 5 game match. TLA then lost their last chance to qualify for the 2017 NA LCS Spring Split to Echo Fox in the 2017 Spring Split Promotion tournament.
- Played video games ever since he was 5 years old.
- Played in a Call of Duty "clan" in 7th grade which gave birth to the name "Goldenglue".
- Was introduced to League of Legends in 7th grade.
- His first favorite champion was Katarina who also gave him his first pentakill.
- Quit American football to focus on his eSports career and studies.
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- March 12, Goldenglue: 'I'm working extra time to get back in LCS, I don't have breaks, I don't have off days' with Travis Gafford on YouTube
- August 13, C9 Goldenglue: "A lot of people reacted to the news last night as a last minute swap, but it was already planned." with Dasol "Viion" Jang and Nick Geracie on Inven Global
- September 1, Goldenglue: "It's a classic matchup, C9 vs TSM… It will probably be the biggest match in playoffs." with Parkes Ousley on The Shotcaller
- October 3, C9 Coach Goldenglue: "I know that you probably want to see me playing, and I want to see myself playing as well. But this is a great learning experience for me." with Joonkyu "Lasso" Seok, Woo "Ready" Hyun on Inven Global
- October 14, C9 Coach Goldenglue: "I could see us going really far. Further than any other NA team has gone before. As long as we don’t get kt, I think we can make it to semis." with Joonkyu "Lasso" Seok, James "Bick" Hong on Inven Global
- January 30, Goldenglue: It’s just frustrating when we lose and then the next game I make the same mistakes and we lose again.” with Slingshot
- February 10, Goldenglue on ignoring criticism, working hard to improve, and what’s different about Team Liquid with Yahoo!
- February 16, Goldenglue talks TL's performance vs. C9 and IMT: "It was just a brain fart this weekend" with Blitz Esports
- March 27, Talk to Thorin: Goldenglue on TL and Grinding in Korea with Thorin
- May 15, Goldenglue discusses his trip to Korea, LCS franchising and the oddest moment of his career with Slingshot Esports
- June 14, Goldenglue on Team Liquid's comms: "Our communications are literally shut up and listen to Piglet" with Blitz Esports
- July 22, TL Goldenglue: "There's a general lack of character in esports but I'd like to have more fun" with Inven Global
- March 29, Goldenglue talks about playing with Team Dignitas and being in the LCS and LA for the first time (video) with OnGamers
- March 29, Interview with Team Dignitas' new mid laner, goldenglue (video) with Team Dignitas
- August 6, CST GoldenGlue: Going Pro with Strife
- June 18, Goldenglue shines in return to LCS stage with Cloud9 by Brian Chang on Dot Esports
- September 5, Goldenglue’s redemption story will take him to the NA LCS Finals by Xing Li on Dot Esports
- September 6, Vault Boy’s Emergence: Goldenglue’s big break by Kien Lam on LoL Esports
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- goldenglue signs for Team Dignitas LCS team-dignitas.net
- compLexity In The Expansion Tournament complexitygaming.com
- compLexity League of Legends Year End Update complexitygaming.com
- Team 8 Welcomes goldenglue team-8.net
- Slooshi to sub, Goldenglue to start for T8 in 2016 team-8.net
- Gaming, Tech, Media & Sports Executives Launch eSports Franchise “Immortals” twitlonger.com
- goldenglue's tweet twitter.com
- Ember's tweet twitter.com
- Ember Roster and Staff Changes — March 2016 medium.com
- Team Liquid Academy brings on Goldenglue, Solo, Stunt, and Moon espn.go.com