Nicole

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Nicole
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Background Information
Name: Nicole Manning
Country of Birth: USA United States
Birthday: June 8, 1989 (1989-06-08) (age 28)
Residency: News Label - North America.png North America
Competitive
Role: Manager
Previous Role: Support
Favorite champions: SorakaSquare.png LeonaSquare.png JannaSquare.png TristanaSquare.png TeemoSquare.png ZyraSquare.png RengarSquare.png 
Soloqueue IDs: Te Amo Amor, CST Nicole
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Team History
Jan 2013 - Oct 2013
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Feb 2013 - Apr 2013
Fidelislogo std.png Fidelis
Mar 2013 - Jun 2013
Reality Check Gaminglogo std.png Reality Check Gaming
Mar 2014 - Jun 2014
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Sep 2014 - Jun 2015
Final Fivelogo std.png Final Five
Jun 2015 - ??? 2015
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Dec 2015 - Mar 2016
Humalogo std.png Huma
Nicole "Nicole" Manning was previously the general manager for Huma.

Biography

Nicole "Nicole" Manning, originally MizzPeach, has managed several challenger League of Legends teams, including Project Challenger, Fidelis, and Reality Check Gaming. In 2015, she managed Final Five, a team that was built around Rhux. With a roster of Rhux, ShorterACE, Gate, Prototype White, and Rule18 they qualified for the North American Spring Expansion Tournament via the ranked 5's ladder under the team name Eun Jeong Jo pls notice, finishing with the seventh-place ladder seed into the tournament, behind Zenith eSports and ahead of Monstar Kittenz. In the online portion of the tournament, they defeated Zenith eSports 2-1 and then CompLexity.Black 2-0 and qualified for the offline stage along with Team Fusion, Team Coast, and Curse Academy.

Going into the offline stage as underdogs, Final Five surprised by taking Team Fusion to five games, though they did ultimately lose the series, moving to the loser's bracket. There they faced Team Coast and were eliminated, this time losing 1-3. Final Five participated in the NACS Spring Season and finished in 4th place both in the round robin and in the playoffs after a mid-season merge with Team Coast and roster swap. The two teams split from each other going into the summer season of the NACS in order to not need to forgo either seed, and Nicole stayed with Coast after the split.

For the 2016 season, Nicole joined Huma, a European challenger team.

Trivia

Tournament Results

Tournament Results
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Interviews

  • 2015
  • 2014

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