Splyce

From Leaguepedia | League of Legends Wiki
This is the approved revision of this page, as well as being the most recent.
Jump to: navigation, search
Splyce
Splyce logo.png
TEAM INFORMATION
LOCATION: Europe Europe
NO. OF PLAYERS: 7
TEAM STAFF
ANALYSTS: Fabien "GuySake" Ungerer
MANAGERS: Hans Christian "Liq" Dürr
SPONSORS/PARTNERS
AMD G Fuel Corsair Twitch SCUFGAMING Xsolla eSports Academy
SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS
WebIcon.png TwitchLogo.png FacebookIcon.png TwitterIcon.png SnapChatIcon.png
HISTORY
CREATED: 2015-10-29


Splyce is a multigaming organization that fields rosters in leagues across North America, Europe and Latin America. Splyce has teams in various eSports titles listing League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Overwatch, Call of Duty, HearthStone, World of Warcraft, Gears of War and Super Smash Bros Melee.

History

On October 29th, 2015, Team Dignitas had to sell one of their teams due to Rule 3.1.1 of "Sales of Sponsorships and Related Issues".[1] They ultimately chose to sell Team Dignitas EU to Follow eSports.[2] Follow eSports is the "TV Guide" of eSports. Their goal is to show you everything that is happening in eSports in both NA and EU no matter what game it is. They currently have teams in CS:GO, Super Smash Brothers Melee, World of Warcraft, and HearthStone.

On December 2nd, Follow eSports rebrands to Splyce. 2016
The team ended Spring Split at 8th place (5-13) dropping to the Promotion/Relegation tournament. However, they were able to reclaim their LCS spot after beating GIANTS! Gaming (3-2).

During Summer Split, after a reasonable start in the league, Splyce began to gain strength in their performance, fighting their way up the standings and ultimately finishing the Split in second place. With a 9-6-3 (W-T-L) record team earned a bye to the semifinals in Summer Playoffs where they have won series against H2k-Gaming (3-2) and continued to the finals. Jakob YamatoCannon Mebdi was awarded Best Coach for 2016 EU LCS Summer Split.

Since Splyce didn't get any Circuit Points for their performance in the Spring Split dropping in the finals of Summer Playoffs to G2 Esports (1-3) meant the team had to play in the Regional Qualifier Gauntlet to have a chance to go to Worlds. The best of five battle for the last European slot at Worlds went to all 5 games and Splyce came out victorious over Unicorns of Love (3-2) scoring them a Pool 3 seed at the World Championship of 2016. At Worlds, the team failed to make it out of the group stage as their standing was at 1W-5L, only winning a game against LPL team Royal Never Give Up.

In the off season, Wunder, Sencux and Mikyx announced their free agency. On November 22nd, the team announced that Trashy renewed his contract and this was followed by Mikyx, Kobbe, Sencux and Wunder, meaning Splyce will be fielding the same roster in the 2017 Spring Split.

2017
Splyce had a slow start at the beginning of the Spring Split and barely made it out of the Group Stage. They ended the regular split at 3rd place in their group with 7 wins and 6 loses. Although they made it to the Playoffs, their run ended in the Quarterfinals, losing to Misfits after winning the first 2 games in the series.

On April 17th, Splyce's CEO Marty Strenczewilk made an announcement that the organization have decided to make some changes in their Coaching Staff and so they have parted ways with YamatoCannon, who has been the team's Head Coach from Spring of 2016.

Timeline

  • April 17th, YamatoCannon leaves.[3]
  • May 5th, Gevous joins as Head Coach, GuySake joins as Analyst.[4]
  • July 31th, Gevous leaves.[5]

For Team Dignitas EU's history (Feb 13, 2015 - Oct 29, 2015) Click Here

Player Roster

ID Name Contract
Top Laner Denmark Wunder Martin Hansen 11/20/2017
Jungler Denmark Trashy Jonas Anderson 11/20/2017
Mid Laner Denmark Sencux Chres Laursen 11/20/2017
AD Carry Denmark Kobbe Kasper Kobberup 11/20/2017
Support Slovenia Mikyx Mihael Mehle 11/20/2017
Sub Mid Laner Annes Annes Ravkic 11/20/2017
Sub Jungler Denmark Gripex Jesper Terkildsen 11/20/2017

ID Name Next Team
AD Carry Netherlands Vizility Jeffrey de Vries
None
Support Denmark Nisbeth Nicolai Nisbeth
None

Organization

ID Name Position
France GuySake Fabien Ungerer Analyst
Germany Liq Hans Christian Dürr General Manager

ID Name Role Next Team
Netherlands Gevous Fayan Pertjis Head Coach
None
Sweden YamatoCannon Jakob Mebdi Head Coach
Vitality
Denmark Vorborg Daniel Vorborg General Manager
None
Germany Arvindir Danusch Fischer Analyst
None

Team Achievements

2017 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2017-09-08 EU LCS.png NQ 2017 EU LCS Regional Qualifier 0 : 3
H2k-Gaming
2017-08-20 EU LCS.png 5 - 6th 2017 EU LCS Summer Playoffs 2 : 3
G2 Esports
10,000 EUR
2017-08-13 EU LCS.png 3rd 2017 EU LCS Summer Split - Group B 8 - 5 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)
2017-04-08 EU LCS.png 5 - 6th 2017 EU LCS Spring Playoffs 2 : 3
Misfits
10,000 EUR
2017-04-02 EU LCS.png 3rd 2017 EU LCS Spring Split - Group B 7 - 6 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)

2016 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2016-10-07 Worlds Logosmall.png 13 - 16th 2016 World Championship 1 - 5 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L) $ 83,750
2016-09-05 EU LCS.png Q 2016 EU LCS Regional Qualifiers 3 : 2
Unicorns of Love
2016-08-28 EU LCS.png 2nd 2016 EU LCS Summer Playoffs 1 : 3
G2 Esports
$ 25,000
2016-07-31 EU LCS.png 2nd 2016 EU LCS Summer Split 9-6-3 Group Stage/Round Robin (W/T/L)
2016-03-26 EU LCS.png Q 2016 EU LCS Summer Promotion 3 : 2
GIANTS! Gaming
2016-03-18 EU LCS.png 8th 2016 EU LCS Spring Split 5 - 13 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)

Interviews

Other Contents

Gallery

Discussions

blog comments powered by Disqus

References