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LOCATION: Germany Germany
MANAGERS: Khaled "Khaled" Naim
CM Storm
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CREATED: 2010-03-05 Organization
2011-08-30 LoL Division

MeetYourMakers is a European based multi-gaming eSports organization that was founded in 2001[1] and has hosted dominant teams and players for games initially including WarCraft III, DoTA, and Counter-Strike. In March 2009, MYM's parent company, ESNation, went bankrupt[2], but the organization was revived that August by a German company[3][4]. Since reformation, MeetYourMakers has gone on to host teams in StarCraft 2, World of Tanks, FIFA, and League of Legends.


Formation of MeetYourMakers

In the August of 2011, MeetYourMakers signed their first League of Legends team, picking up the roster of Wizards e-Sports Club: Exterminare, Araneae, Babeta, and heiN.[5]

Pre-Season 2

The first months after formation led to decent showings at tournaments, winning first at ROCCAT Isku Acer Challenge. However, the lineup became unstable going into Season 2, and the roster was dissolved in March 2012. The MeetYourMakers organization signed the players of exGameburg Team: Mokatte, Makler, Kubon, Libik, Czaru, and Kikis, and placed 2nd at the WCG 2011. With the new lineup, MYM became a bigger threat in the European scene, playing consistently against the continent's best in various tournaments.

Season 2

MYM participated in multiple major tournaments, including a group-stage exit at the European Challenger Circuit: Poland in July 2012. Their next event was Campus Gaming Party: Berlin, where the team made a strong showing throughout, coming in second after a loss to Fnatic. They went on to compete in the major online tournament, Tales of the Lane October 2012, but once again were unable to make it past the group stage.

Pre-Season 3

After the end of Season 2, the team achieved its best showing in team history by winning first place at IEM Season VII Singapore in November 2012, defeating Absolute Legends North America in the finals and ensuring MeetYourMakers a place among the recognized powerhouses of Europe.

The start of 2013 marked the beginning of Season 3 and with it, a chance to compete in Riot's new European professional league, Season 3 EU League Championship Series. MYM were able to compete for a slot at Season 3 Europe Offline Qualifiers but failed to win the last spot into the league, losing in a 2-0 set against DragonBorns.

Season 3

MYM competed in the ongoing online tournament ESL Major Series Winter, making it into the playoff stage in February. After defeating Anexis eSports and Team ALTERNATE, they battled newly-branded Gambit Gaming in the finals. The team failed to hold up against the Russian contender, losing 2-0 and placing second in the tournament. The team continued to play in major tournaments like the IEM Season VII events in the following months. They were unable to follow up their win at Singapore the previous November, but still had strong showings at each, consistently placing between 3rd and 6th at the events. MYM qualified for the IEM Season VII - World Championship in March, where the team placed 11th, unable to get past the group stage after going 1-4 and taking only a single game from Evil Geniuses.

Later that month, MeetYourMakers began to compete for a spot in the upcoming summer split of the European LCS. MYM competed in the LCS Season 3 Lille Summer Promotion Qualifier , winning first in dominating fashion, guaranteeing them a spot in the Season 3 EU Summer Promotion tournament in May. After first winning a series against Mousesports, they went on to face DragonBorns once again to fight for a chance to be a LCS team. In a close best of 5 series, MeetYourMakers was able to overcome 3-2, qualifying them as a new team in the professional league for summer.

MeetYourMakers had been a part of the EU East 2013 ESL Major Series Nordic & East, making it to the tournament playoffs in May. After fighting through the bracket, beating teams Imperium Gamers and Test Your Limits, MYM faced Anexis eSports in the finals. Sporting a close set, the team lost, taking home a respectable second place in the league.

MYM began the summer split in outstanding fashion, taking a game off the defending EU LCS champion Fnatic and finishing the first week 4-1. However, the team did not experience the same success throughout the rest of the season, and ended the summer split on an eight game losing streak in last place with a record of 8-20.

Pre-Season 4

After the conclusion of the LCS, MYM competed in the Poland World Cyber Games qualifiers in October 2013. MeetYourMakers only dropped two games throughout the entire tournament, defeating Heroes Team 2-1 to receive first place and a spot in the upcoming World Cyber Games tournament in November. There, MeetYourMakers were unable to proceed past the group stage after dropping games to Lyon Gaming and the yoe Flash Wolves.

Because MYM finished in last place during the Summer Split of the European LCS, they were relegated to face an up-and-coming challenger team in the 2014 Season Promotion Tournament. There, in December 2013, MeetYourMakers faced Copenhagen Wolves and lost 3-1, losing their place in the next season's LCS.


  • January 4th, LS leaves.[6]
  • February 3rd, Kori Returns To The Starting Line Up. [7]
  • February 11th, Sebastian "Falli" Rotterdam is fired as eSports Manager. [8]
  • February 12th, MeetYourMakers is fined € 5,000 for violating LCS Rules - Moral Turpitude, while former General Manager Sebastian "Falli" Rotterdam is banned indefinitely from competing within the LCS as a manager or any other team position.[9]
  • February 17th, Jwaow joins as starting Top laner. Mimer becomes Assistant Coach[10]
  • March 3rd, Noxiak will be playing as starting Support for Week 7 of 2015 EU LCS Spring.[11]
  • April 30th, Mimer leaves.[12]
  • May 7th, Kori leaves.[13]
  • June 1st, MeetYourMakers forms roster to compete in Turkish scene. Silphi, Kadir, React, S4mpe and Klajbajk join.

Player Roster

ID Name Role
Germany Silphi Ömer Efe Top
Turkey Halpern Aral Norman Jungle
Turkey React Mert Gül Mid
Sweden S4mpe Samuel Persson AD
Sweden Klajbajk Johan Olsson Support

ID Name Role Next Team
Sweden Brobin Robin Synnefors Template:RoleSortNumber Sub/Mid
Denmark Blizer300 Marius Hæsumgaard Template:RoleSortNumber Sub/Mid
Germany Noxiak Lewis Felix Template:RoleSortNumber Support
GIANTS! Gaming
Denmark MrRalleZ Rasmus Skinneholm Template:RoleSortNumber AD
Denial eSports EU
South Korea H0R0 Cho Jae-Hwan Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle
Unicorns of Love
Sweden Jwaow Jesper Strandgren Template:RoleSortNumber Top
Poland Kori Marcin Wolski Mid
Denmark Nisbeth Nicolai Nisbeth Sub/Support
Team Dignitas EU
Poland Kubon Jakub Turewicz Top
Poland Mokatte Konrad Kukier Jungle
Poland Czaru Krystian Przybylski Mid
Kappa Team
Poland Makler Marek Kukier AD
Poland Libik Marek Kręgiel Support
Poland Kikis Mateusz Szkudlarek Sub
Pulse Esports
Poland Overpow Remigiusz Pusch Sub
Kiedyś Miałem Team
Poland Cinku Marcin Marczak Top
Spain Neokaos Alejandro Tabares AD
Spain Carbono Alex González Julián Jungle
GIANTS! Gaming
Spain Exterminare Juan Navarro Ricardo Mid
Spain Samux Samuel Fernández Fort Top
Spain Babeta Aarón Collados Bernabeu Support
Spain Araneae Alvar Martin Aleñar Jungle
Natus Vincere
Spain heiN Victor Ortiz Top
Spain Shad Daniel González Soler AD
Dimegio Club


ID Name Position
Germany Khaled Khaled Naim General Manager / Chief Executive Officer

ID Name Position Next Team
Sweden Mimer Mimer Ahlström Assistant Coach
Sweden YamatoCannon Jakob Mebdi Head Coach
Poland KiTTz Mateusz Tomczak Coach / Analyst
USA LastShadow9 Nick De Cesare Coach / Analyst

Team Achievements

In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2015-03-27 EU LCS.png 10th 2015 EU LCS Spring Round Robin 5 : 14 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)

In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2014-02-14 RpPoints.png 3rd 2014 EU Challenger Series Spring #1 2 : 0
Tick Trick and Duck
$ 3,000

In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2013-12-01 WCGlogo small.png 9 - 12th 2013 World Cyber Games 2 : 2 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)
2013-08-17 LCSlogo small.png 8th LCS Europe Season 3 Summer Regular Season 8 : 20 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)
2013-05-06 RpPoints.png Q LCS Europe Season 3 Summer Promotion 3 : 2
2013-03-24 RpPoints.png 1st LCS Season 3 Lille Summer Promotion Qualifier 2 : 0
$ 20,000
2013-03-07 Esltumbnail.png 11 - 12th IEM Season VII - World Championship 1 : 4 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L) $ 5,500
2013-02-02 Esltumbnail.png 3 - 4th IEM Season VII - Sao Paulo 0 : 2
Incredible Miracle
$ 4,500
2013-01-18 Esltumbnail.png 5 - 6th IEM Season VII - Katowice 1 : 2 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L) $ 3,000

In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2012-12-16 Esltumbnail.png 3 - 4th IEM Season VII - Cologne 0 : 2
SK Telecom T1
$ 4,500
2012-11-24 Esltumbnail.png 1st IEM Season VII - Singapore 2 : 1
Absolute Legends NA
$ 15,500
2012-10-28 9 - 10th Tales of the Lane 1 : 3 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)
2012-08-25 2nd Campus Gaming Party: Berlin 0 : 3
$ 5,000
2012-07-29 RpPoints.png 7 - 8th European Challenger Circuit: Poland 1 : 2 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L) $ 1,600

In Major Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2013-06-09 A21st EPS Poland Season VI 2 : 0
Anexis eSports
zł 10,000
2013-05-28 A22nd EMS Spring 2013 Nordic & East 1 : 2
Anexis eSports
€ 1,500
2013-04-11 A22nd LCS Season 3 Go4LoL Summer Promotion Qualifier 1 : 2
Uncle Ruckus' Revenge
€ 5,000
2013-02-26 A22nd EMS Winter 2012 0 : 2
Gambit Gaming
€ 1,500

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