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|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||December 2, 1997 (age 21)|
|Soloqueue IDs||Damonte, S Damonte 2|
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Tanner "Damonte" Damonte is a mid laner for Clutch Gaming.
Tanner "Damonte" Damonte began playing League of Legends competitively in early 2015, with the nicknames Mini and Mini Me. In January, he played with Infinity Esports in the NACS Spring Qualifier, but was eliminated in round 1 by Team Liquid Academy. Throughout the course of the year, he played on multiple other teams, including Cerberus eSports and Noble eSports, with whom he participated in the AlphaDraft Challenger League.
In October 2015, Damonte joined Serpentis eSports. The team played in the HTC Ascension Cup but later disbanded after an unsuccessful NACS Spring Qualifier run in January 2016. Damonte then joined the monkeys (which would later rename to Destined For Glory for the Summer Open Qualifier. This time, his team made the Main Qualifier but fell to Cloud9 Challenger. In June, Damonte joined Nova eSports, a new team that had purchased Ember's NACS Summer Season seed.
- At the same time as making Challenger the first time, he was also playing baseball and American football at his high school.
- Became known for his Qiyana after being the first LCS player to play and win with it after its release.
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- July 6, Damonte: “In game, if nobody knows what to do, Huni will always step up.” with Parkes Ousley on The Shotcaller
- July 26, Damonte: 'It's leaning more towards everyone is bad right now' by Travis Gafford on YouTube
- July 29, Damonte: "Before, I wanted to qualify for Worlds for Huni and Dardoch, now I want to for Smoothie." with Parkes Ousley on The Shotcaller
- January 29, Damonte tells us why other NA mids have failed and why he will be different with Choi "Locodoco" Yoon-seop on YouTube
- January 30, Damonte believes 2019 will be good for him: "It's TANNER TIME!" with Travis Gafford on YouTube
- February 1, Damonte: "Huni, Piglet and I need to learn to give resources to others. Then we'll be a huge threat" with The Shotcaller on YouTube
- March 1, Damonte on Clutch losing streak: "The losses have maybe hit me the hardest” with Parkes Ousley on Upcomer
- March 7, CG Damonte on the difference between their games against FOX and 100T: “…no one cares if you look like a flashy player, no one cares if you’re making these highlight reels, we need the wins” with Izento on Esports Heaven
- May 26, Damonte explains why he's worried for 100 Thieves with Travis Gafford on YouTube
- May 29, Damonte: “I was the leader in Academy; it was my team...I finally feel that in the LCS" with Brian Chang on Upcomer
- June 2, Damonte: “I’m trying to create a brotherhood” by Xing Li on Dot Esports
- June 10, CG Damonte on demanding resources over Huni: I have to be able to show WHY this is good[…]or else Huni is just going to tell me we can do [something else] and we’ll win the game. with Izento on Esports Heaven
- June 12, "Our draft today was 10 times better than Golden Guardians" Damonte on CG's improvement. with Choi "Locodoco" Yoon-seop on YouTube
- June 13, Damonte explains why the Dignitas acquisition is a big deal for the Clutch players with Travis Gafford on YouTube
- July 19, CG Damonte on Qiyana: "If you get ahead on this champion, the amount of threat...is pretty absurd." with Nick Geracie and Lara Lunardi on Inven Global
- August 1, Damonte: “Wins and losses matter a lot more rather than just coasting through the split” by Elena Endres on Dot Esports
- August 10, CG’s Damonte: “We’re peaking right now, and TSM is doing the opposite” with Steven Paul on Upcomer
- August 12, Damonte: 'TSM needs to take a step and think about what they've done' with Travis Gafford on YouTube
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