|Player has retired.|
|Name:||Lewis Simon Felix|
|Country of Birth:||Germany|
|Birthday:||June 11, 1994|
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Born in Cologne, Germany, Lewis "Noxiak" Felix (also stylized NoXiAK) began playing video games at a young age. He moved on to League of Legends after playing various games such as Counter Strike: Source, Urban Terror and Warcraft 3.
After spells on Planetkey Dynamics and ESC Gaming, NoXiAK substituted for Dumbledoge as the support of Aces High Esports Club at IEM Cologne in December 2014. The team notably upset Team Dignitas in game 2 of their three-game set but lost the series 1-2 and were eliminated in the first round of the tournament. NoXiAK joined Fnatic Academy soon after this to compete in the 2015 EUCS Spring Qualifier. The roster was picked up after they had qualified for the tournament via the Ranked 5s Ladder under the team name PLATINRUSHH. They were knocked out in the semifinals of the tournament by Different Dimension.
At the start of the season, NoXiAK joined Fnatic after the team were voted to play at IEM Season X - Cologne. They fielded a roster including Febiven and Rekkles from their 2015 roster along with new members Gamsu, Spirit, and NoXiAK. The team had a bye to the semifinals, but were beaten at this stage by Qiao Gu Reapers.
On April 13th 2018, Noxiak officialy retired.
- Currently studying history.
- Is 196cm tall.
- January 14th, Fnatic Noxiak—"We can beat any bot lane in EU" with DailyDot
- January 29th, Noxiak: "We have made a few mistakes in earlier Game History" with SPORT1
- February 8th, "Wir haben extrem viel Raum für Verbesserung" - Fnatic Noxiak - EU LCS Interview with Summoner's Inn
- February 26th, NoXiAK on Tabzz: 'We are more on the same page and also in teamfights I like his style way more' with theScore
- March 3rd, "Die Atmosphäre bei ROCCAT ist deutlich entspannter" - ROC Noxiak - EU LCS Interview with Summoner's Inn
- February 12th, Hey, I just want to share my viewpoint of my short journey in Fnatic.... on Facebook
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