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|Birthday||January 15, 1993 (age 27)|
|Soloqueue IDs||SK kev1n, NiP kev1n, M kev1n|
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Kevin "kev1n" Rubiszewski is a League of Legends esports player, currently top laner for Spandauer Inferno.
Before his professional League of Legends career, Kevin "kev1n" Rubiszewski played Counter Strike: Source, at a competitive level. He was introduced to League of Legends by other members of his clan, and despite having no prior knowledge of the MOBA genre, went on to climb the solo queue ladder just months later.
Due to his impressive play in solo queue, in February 2011, kev1n was offered a place as top laner at newly formed Team gamed!de along with CandyPanda and Nyph. His first major tournament came in the form of the Season 1 World Championship. The team ended up placing 6th after losing to Counter Logic Gaming in the 5th place match.
Just 5 days after the end of the tournament, the roster of Team gamed!de disbanded, leaving kev1n team-less. This was until he was picked up by against All authority, who he had previously been beaten by at the World Championships. Kev1n was part of an entirely new roster, as aAa's old lineup left for Millenium. His time here was short-lived, with the roster disbanding soon after.
After Wickd's departure, kev1n was signed by SK Gaming, and here played again with both CandyPanda and Nyph, along with ocelote. His first chance to impress with his new team came at IEM Kiev, where he competed against the likes of Moscow 5 and TSM. SK ended up coming in 4th overall after being beaten by Moscow 5 in the semi-finals.
Later on in the year came a period of role changes for kev1n. He initially switched roles with ocelote, making him the midlaner of the team. This change didn't last long, and soon saw the pair switch back to their original roles. Soon after, upon CandyPanda's departure, YoungBuck joined SK, pushing kev1n into the AD carry position. Again the switch was ineffective, resulting in YoungBuck leaving 2 weeks later and kev1n moving back to the top lane.
With kev1n back in his natural role, SK placed 3rd at ECC Poland with Araneae and YellOwStaR now on the team. Hitting a run of good form, SK now faced the challenge of performing at the Season 2 Regional Finals. The tournament was a success, with the team placing 2nd and qualifying for the Season 2 World Championship.
Unfortunately, the World Championship was not a success for kev1n and SK, with the team losing all 3 games.
Despite qualifying for the Spring Split of the LCS, SK Gaming had a relatively poor start to Season 3, as the IEM World Championship saw kev1n and SK go out in the group stages along with Evil Geniuses and Fnatic.
Fortunately, after a shaky start, the team picked up its pace over the course of spring split, with the assistance of kev1n's impressive performances in the top lane on more than one occasion. SK finished 3rd, guaranteeing them a place in the Spring Playoffs. The playoffs were not a success, with SK finising 4th, without winning a single game, Gambit beating them 2-0 in the semifinals.
The exceedingly tight Summer Split was far less successful than the spring split. Despite only having 2 less wins than 2nd place Fnatic, SK came in 7th after losing to Team Alternate in a 6th place tiebreaker.
Soon after came kev1n's first major tournament win at IEM Sao Paulo, with Millenium not dropping a single game over the course of the tournament.
Millenium's first split with the their new roster was tough, seeing kev1n and his teammates finish last overall, despite his generally positive performances on a range of champions. This resulted in Millenium's participation in the Summer Promotion. Millenium beat Ninjas in Pyjamas 3-2 to secure their place in the Summer Split, with kev1n being the clear MVP over the series.
Millenium started the Summer Split particularly well, ending week one in 2nd place behind Alliance. The split was an improvement on spring, finishing 5th overall. kev1n continued to impress, consistently being one of the standout players on the team, along with midlaner Kerp. With this, Millenium qualified for the Summer Playoffs. For kev1n in particular, the playoffs were a huge disappointment, and Millenium came in 6th, not winning a single game.
Ahead of Week 5 of the Spring Split, kev1n joined Elements, replacing Wickd. He played with the team for 2 weeks, and remained with Elements as a substitute after Wickd's return to the starting roster.
- Is half-Polish.
- During May 2012, Kev1n switched lanes with Ocelote, the AP mid. Later, Ocelote switched back to AP, while Kev1n switched to AD.
- After Candy Panda left SK in June of 2012, Kevin became their new AD carry.
- In xPeke's famous Kassadin backdoor attempt at IEM Katowice 2013 he tried to defend the Nexus on Olaf without a Flash. He missed 2 crucial axes which lead to xPeke surviving with 39hp and winning the game.
- His favorite champion is
- First game played was Red Alert 2, which he got from his uncle.
- Name was inspired by professional Counter Strike player Edward.
This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.
- March 31 - 'Reflections' with kev1n (video) with onGamers
- April 3 - EU LCS 2014 W11: Interview with Millenium Kev1n (video) with SK Gaming
- May 22 - Kev1n addresses the haters in day one of Summer LCS EU (video) with onGamers
- June 8 - EU LCS 2014 Summer W3: Interview with Millenium Kev1n (video) with SK Gaming
- September 29 - Milleniums kev1n im Interview (German) with Red Bull
- November 10 - Kev1n in an intimate interview (video) with Millenium
- December 21 - Kev1n at IEM Cologne "I will do everything to be in the LCS again" (video) with Fragbite
- March 3 - "Riot did a great job" - Interview with SK Kev1n with in2LOL
- March 6 - Kev1n, Interview (French) with Millenium
- March 8 - Interview with SK.kev1n at IEM CeBIT (video) with GosuGamers
- March 8 - RAKAKA! Kev1n at IEM CeBIT 2013 (video) with RAKAKA
- March 24 - Five Minutes with Kev1n with Leaguepedia
- April 20 - As requested :) here we go with my AMA with Reddit
- August 8 - Interview with SK Kev1n: "I changed from top to AD because of one reason and that is Darien from M5" with Team Dignitas
- October 6 - S2 finals Kev1n and Nyph talk play-offs and the future of SK (video) with SK Gaming
- November 7 - Interview with SK Kev1n with Eclypsia
- November 9 - Interview with SK.kev1n with eSuba
The following pages redirect here:
- Ça s'en va ... team-aaa.com
- New aAa team-aaa.com
- SK releases Kev1n and hyrqbot - join NiP sk-gaming.com
- Kev1n Facebook Statement facebook.com
- SK.LoL confirm their line-up sk-gaming.com
- The new LoL Lineup nip-gaming.se
- NiP Announce Roster changes nip-gaming.se
- Araneae's Tweet twitter.com
- ATN Kev1n - Confirmed! team-alternate.de
- Millenium n'a plus d'équipe pro LoL (French) millenium.org
- Nouvelle équipe, Millenium (French) millenium.org
- Elements' Facebook Post facebook.com
- SK.LoL with a Line-up change!? sk-gaming.com
- SK.LoL transforms its line-up sk-gaming.com
- YoungBuck Facebook Statement facebook.com
- Wickd's Tweet twitter.com
- EU Face-Off: Wir schicken Johnny, NoWay und Co. ins Rennen (German) summoners-inn.de
- kev1n's Tweet twitter.com
- xPeke backdoor vs. SK Gaming (Intel Extreme Masters Katowice) youtube.com
- Interview with SK Kev1n: "I changed from top to AD because of one reason and that is Darien from M5" team-dignitas.net