Rhux

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Rhux
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Background Information
Name: Keenan Santos
Country of Birth: USA United States
Birthday: September 8, 1994 (1994-09-08) (age 23)
Residency: News Label - North America.png North America
Competitive
Role: Top
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Soloqueue IDs: GetRhuxD, OGN Material, Keenan Santos
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Team History
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Jan 2013 - Apr 2013
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Nov 2012 - May 2014
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Jun 2013 - May 2014
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Jun 2014 - Sep 2014
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Sep 2014 - Jun 2015
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Jan 2015 - Jan 2016
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Keenan "Rhux" Santos is a professional League of Legends player who was previously a substitute top laner for Team Impulse.

Biography

Keenan "Rhux" Santos began playing League of Legends around the time of WCG 2010.

Season 2

Rhux rose to prominence within the League of Legends scene when he won Curse Gaming's Proving Grounds 1v1 Tournament on October 20th, 2014. As a result he was given the opportunity to try out for Curse's roster. Though he was a toplane player in soloqueue and had played toplane for his former team Team Clasik, he played support for Team Curse in week 4 of the Solomid Series, and afterwards the team made the decision to replace Elementz with Rhux for IPL 5; after that event, he became a sub for the team while Elementz returned to the position of starting support.

Preseason 3

Despite not being on the starting roster, Rhux moved into the Curse gaming house.[1]

Season 3

On January 24th, the team Curse Academy was announced, with an initial starting roster consisting of Rhux, IWillDominate, Pobelter, Altec, and YoDa; Rhux returned to his original toplane role. At the end of the 2013 Spring Split, Elementz stepped down from his position as the Team Curse support, and Rhux once again played for Curse as support in the Spring Playoffs.

Rhux continued to play with Curse as their support through the 2013 NA LCS Spring Split. After EDward left Gambit Gaming, Curse added him to their roster, replacing Rhux; Rhux returned to Curse Academy and stayed there through May 2014.

2014 Season

After playing in the 2014 NA Challenger Series Spring Playoffs, Rhux departed Curse Academy and joined Team Coast for the summer series. On August 30th, Rhux and goldenglue were both removed from the starting roster, and Miracle and Ringer joined the team for the Spring Promotion Tournament.

2015 Preseason

Rhux formed a new team called Final Five with manager MizzPeach, with an initial goal of competing in the 2015 Challenger Series. 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.

2015 Season

Final Five's Expansion Tournament run qualified them for the NA Challenger Series Spring Season. Partway through the season, when the team was in second place in the standings behind Enemy eSports, the team joined the Coast organization, and Impaler and Sheep joined the Challenger team's lineup. However, after the merge, Final Five's results actually worsened, and they lost all of their remaining Challenger Series games - they did still qualify for the playoffs, but they lost 0-2 to Enemy and then 0-2 to Team Fusion, missing out on the Summer Promotion Tournament. Due to their playoff participation, they were given an automatic seed into the summer NACS season.

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