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Team Dignitas
LOCATION: United States USA
COACHES: David "Cop" Roberson
Brandon "Saintvicious" DiMarco
MANAGERS: Charlene Hamm
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CREATED: 2003-09-09 Organization
2011-02-18 LoL Division

Team Dignitas is an International e-Sports team headquartered in Great Britain. It was founded on September 9th, 2003 as a fusion of the Battlefield 1942 clans Legion Condor and Sweden Kompanix. Later on, more teams were added to the organization, and in July 2004 Team Dignitas was registered as a company - Team Dignitas Ltd. In addition to their League of Legends team, Dignitas also sponsors teams and players for Battlefield 3, Counter Strike, Fifa, various fighting games, Quake Live, racing games, and StarCraft II. Michael "ODEE" O'Dell is the current Managing Director of the Team Dignitas organization.

The League of Legends division of Dignitas is one of the leading teams in the North American scene, placing highly in numerous premier and major events, both regional and international, since its conception with the acquisition of Rock Solid in September 2011.


European Squad

Team Dignitas made its first foray into League of Legends on February 18th, 2011 with the pickup of the FurlR roster, of which the only notable player is MoMa.[1] The team was invited to the IEM Season V - LoL Invitational which took place on March 4th, 2011 where the team placed fourth out of four teams. The squad was dropped in April 2011 citing "irreconcilable differences" with "no way to repair this relationship".[2]

Pre-2012 Season

American Squad's Acquisition
Team Dignitas made its return into the League of Legends with the acqusition of Rock Solid in September 2011.[3] Leigh "Deman" Smith is known as the caster who suggested Rock Solid be considered during Team Dignitas' search for a new team.[citation needed]

IPL Season 3

On September 21st, 2011, Team Dignitas was announced as one of eight teams invited to IGN ProLeague Season 3.[4] Dignitas went on to defeat Curse Gaming and Counter Logic Gaming in the first two rounds with 2-0 victories. In the finals, Team Dignitas faced Epik Gamer. After a full best of 3 set, Team Dignitas defeated Epik Gamer by a score of 2-1 and took home the championship. This win secured the team 200 Riot Challenger Circuit points.

IEM Season VI Global Challenge New York

On August 25, 2011 while still under the name Rock Solid, the squad participated in Qualifier #1 during which the received a first round bye which qualified them for the Final Qualifier.

On September 10th, 2011, Team Dignitas swept the Final Qualifier and claimed a position in IEM Season VI - Global Challenge New York. The team beat Team God Mode, Counter Logic Gaming, Team SoloMid, and Team Rez in the best of 1, single elmination qualifer.

On October 13th, 2011, Team Dignitas competed at IEM Season VI - Global Challenge New York. The tournament started off with group stages. Team Dignitas was placed into Group A with Fnatic, Counter Logic Gaming, and Team SoloMid. Team Dignitas did not advance out of their group with a score of 1-2, only defeating Team SoloMid. Team Dignitas finished in 5-6th place. Their placement earned the team 25 Riot Challenger Circuit points, bringing them to a total of 225 points.

2011 MLG Providence

Team Dignitas next competed at MLG Providence 2011, where they ultimately placed third. They were knocked down to the loser's bracket in the first round after a 0-2 loss to Epik Gamer[5], but they then won against RFLX Gaming 2-0. Despite defeating Team SoloMid in Rampage KotH Series the week before, they were defeated 2-0, placing them in third place overall.[6] Team Dignitas won $5,000 USD and 60 Riot Circuit points, dropping to fourth place in the overall North American Circuit Rankings with 285 points.

2012 Season

Jatt/IWillDominate Roster Change
Dignitas announced on December 21st, 2011 that Joshua "Jatt" Leesman, their jungler, would be stepping down from the roster. According to a article, Jatt reasoned "that [he could] no longer put up the required time to stay at the top level and he does not want to hold his teammates back".[7] Jatt went on to join Riot Games in February 2012, and is currently working as an Associate Game Analyst and is casting League of Legends tournaments for Riot.[8]

IWillDominate was announced as the new jungler for Team Dignitas on January 18th, 2012, only one day before IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Kiev. [9]

IEM Season VI Global Challenge Kiev

Team Dignitas started off Season 2 by winning $3,400 and 125 Circuit Points at IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Kiev. The team went 2-1 in the Group Stage, only losing out to Moscow Five, the eventual champions.[10][11][12] In the semifinals, Team Dignitas lost 0-2 to Team SoloMid[13], thus earning themselves a spot in the third place match against SK Gaming. They concluded the tournament in third place with a victory over SK Gaming 2-1,[14] and moving up to third place in the North American Circuit Rankings with a total of 410 points.

IEM Season VI World Championship

After earning 60 points in the IEM Season VI Circuit, from the previous IEM events of the season, Team Dignitas qualified for IEM Season VI - World Championship in Hanover, Germany. Team Dignitas placed first in their six team group, only losing to FnaticRC, ensuring themselves a first round bye in the six team playoff bracket.[15] The team went on to defeat against All authority 2-0, but lost to Moscow Five 0-2 in the finals.[16] Team Dignitas won $20,000 at the event along with 200 Circuit Points, allowing the team to keep its third place standings in the North American Circuit Rankings.

IPL Season 4
After returning home from Europe, Team Dignitas traveled to Las Vegas to compete in IPL 4 on April 6th, 2012. They started off the tournament with 2-1 victories over Monomaniac and Counter Logic Gaming in the first two rounds. Team Dignitas lost to Team SoloMid 1-2 in the winner's bracket finals, and then were eliminated by Counter Logic Gaming Prime 0-2.

Voyboy/Crumbzz Roster Change

The team's most significant roster change of Season 2 consisted of Voyboy, the Team Dignitas top laner, leaving to join Counter Logic Gaming Prime. His replacement, Crumbzz of Curse Gaming, was announced on the same day as his departure, May 19th, 2012.

2012 MLG Spring Championship

With only three weeks of practice under their belts, the modified roster was not expected to do well at the MLG Spring Championship on June 9th-10th, but the team managed to get a third place finish. After beating Wolf Pack, Team Green Forest, Team Dynamic, and CLG Prime in the winner's bracket, the team finally fell to tournament favorite Team SoloMid in the winner's bracket final, sending the team to the loser bracket finals against CLG Prime. CLG Prime managed to sweep Team Dignitas 2-0 to send them home with a third place finish, winning $5,000 and 125 Circuit Points. [17]

Azubu The Champions Summer 2012

On June 19th, 2012, Team Dignitas moved into a temporary team house in South Korea to participate in the Azubu The Champions Summer 2012. Unfortunately, Team Dignitas jungler IWillDominate would be plagued with various health issues during his stay in Korea, having to go to the emergency room twice due to immune system problems. At the event, Team Dignitas was seeded into Group B where they took third going 1-2, defeating RoMg while falling to NaJin Sword and Azubu Frost.[18] Shortly after the event, Team Dignitas would fly back home to North America.

2012 MLG Summer Championship

From August 24th to 26th, Dignitas competed in the 2012 MLG Summer Championship in Raleigh. They received a bye the first round of the tournament. In the second round they took out CLG Black 2-0. Due to the structure of MLG brackets, they would not play again until Round 4 where they would beat Team Dynamic 2-1. Dignitas met Curse Gaming in the Grand Finals. In a now infamous incident, the two teams arranged to play an ARAM for the first game. The two teams took the remaining games seriously, and Dignitas fell to Curse 3-2. [19] Due to the "collusion" both teams were disqualified and the prize pool fell to the teams placing third through sixth. [20]

Riot Season 2 World Championship

The following weekend in August on 8/30-9/2 Dignitas competed in the Season Two Regional Finals - Seattle against the top eight teams in the North American Circuit Rankings for Season 2. They played against Team Dynamic in the Quarterfinals, taking the series 2-0. From there, Dignitas moved on to face against CLG.NA in the semi-finals and took that series 2-0 as well. Team Dignitas ultimately fell to Team Solomid in the finals 2-0 and took home second place and a position in the Season 2 World Championship. [21]

On October 4th, Team Dignitas participated in the Season 2 World Championship in Los Angeles, California. Despite their strong showing at the North American Regionals, Dignitas appeared outmatched at the global tournament, losing decisively to CLG EU, Saigon Jokers, and NaJin Sword. The loss to the Jokers was considered the biggest upset of the group stage. [22] Dignitas finished in 11th-12th and took home $25,000 USD.

2013 Season

On February 3rd, Dignitas announced the addition of Team Pulse to their lineup, as subs and their new challenger team. Dignitas started off the LCS Spring Season strong with a 16-5 opening. Despite ending with a mere 1-6, Dignitas still came out with a third place finish in the Spring Season. With that finish, Dignitas secured themselves a place in the Spring Playoffs. There, Dignitas dropped drop their series versus Good Game University and were sent to the Summer Promotion Tournament where if they lost, they would be out of a job. At the promotion tournament, Dignitas beat Team Summon 3-1, securing their spot in the NA LCS Summer Season.

During the NA LCS Summer Season, Dignitas performed more inconsistent than they had previously, but still finished in fifth place with a record of 13-15 and were able to advance to the playoffs. Dignitas faced Team Curse first and despite a poor first game were able to rebound and win the set 2-1, avoiding relegation for the Season 4 Spring season. They next encountered the dominant favorites and eventual champions, Cloud 9. Cloud 9 proved too strong for the Dignitas team and defeated them 0-2, being knocked into the third place match against Team Vulcun to determine who would go to the Season 3 World Championship. Dignitas lost to Vulcun 0-2 and did not advance to Worlds, but still had job security for next season.

Pre-2014 Season

On October 12, 2013, Dignitas announced that support player Patoy had stepped down to be a substitute, and top laner KiWiKiD had moved to the support position. Dignitas began to hold tryouts to find a new suitable top laner, and picked up Cruzerthebruzer on November 11.[23]

2014 Season

Team Dignitas competed in the 2014 NA LCS Spring Split with Cruzer top and showed similar results to the previous split. Although Dignitas held a 9-3 record over the bottom three teams, they struggled 2-10 against the top three. After a mediocre overall performance throughout the split, longtime mid laner scarra stepped down to coach the team, while goldenglue joined to take his position. Despite finishing with only a 12-16 record, Dignitas ended up in fourth place in the regular season. Entering the playoffs, Dignitas lost a series 1-2 to Team Curse, and then won the next series 2-1 against Team Coast, finalizing a fifth place finish and guaranteeing a spot in the upcoming summer split.

During that off-season, rival LCS Team Coast was relegated from the LCS. Coast's two solo laners, mid laner Shiphtur, and top laner ZionSpartan, were picked up by Dignitas to replace Cruzerthebruzer and goldenglue. That summer split, Dignitas' new roster made a huge impact to begin the season, starting 5-1 in first place with victories against dominant favorites LMQ and Cloud 9. Although they were unable to sustain their position at the top of the league, they maintained third place for much of the season. However, beginning Week 8, Dignitas went 2-8 and slid to sixth place with a 13-15 finish. Although Dignitas held the same record as CLG and Curse, they had losing head-to-head records and barely entered playoffs in sixth.

At the summer playoffs, Dignitas first faced third seed Team SoloMid in a best-of-five. Despite an outstanding backdoor finish by top laner ZionSpartan playing Nasus in the first game, Dignitas dropped three in a row immediately after and lost the series 1-3. In the fifth place match, Dignitas faced CLG and won 3-1, led by Shiphtur's 8.0 KDA and 14-1-19 record in games two through four playing Ziggs and Syndra. Dignitas again secured their spot in the next year's LCS.

Season 5

In 2015 Spring, the team ended at 9th place and dropped down to the Promotion Tournament. Fortunately, they were able to beat Team Fusion (3-2) and re-qualified for LCS Summer. In 2015 Summer the team finished the split at 6th place, qualifying them to the playoffs. However, they dropped to Team Impulse (0-3) in the quarterfinals. The team was also invited to IEM X Cologne as a replacement for Team Liquid who are unable to attend the tournament. The team was seeded against Qiao Gu Reapers in the quarterfinals and lost (0-3), ending their IEM journey at 5-6th place.

Season 6
2016 Spring can be considered as the worst Split for the team. They ended at 10 place in the regular split and got beaten by Team Dragon Knights (0-3) in the promotion tournament. This is the first time the team got eliminated in the LCS, since 2013, and had to compete in the Challenger Series to reclaim their spot. The team, however, did not participate in NACS. Instead, their spot was acquired by Apex Pride.

On September 26th, Team Dignitas announced that they, along with Apex Gaming, were acquired by Philadelphia 76ers.[24] Both teams combined will field 5 players under the banner of Team Dignitas. During the offseason, the team's roster for the 2017 Season was announced and this include 2 Korean players, Ssumday and Chaser, 2 players from the former Apex Gaming lineup, Keane and Xpecial and Team EnVyUs's former AD Carry LOD.


Player Roster

ID Name Contract
Top Laner South Korea Ssumday Kim Chan-ho (김찬호) 11/20/2017
Jungler South Korea Shrimp Lee Byeong-hoon (이병훈) 11/19/2018
Mid Laner South Korea Keane Jang Lae-young (장래영) 11/20/2017
AD Carry Canada LOD Benjamin deMunck 11/19/2018
AD Carry Canada Altec Johnny Ru Signed
Support USA Big Terry Chuong 11/19/2018
Support USA Adrian Adrian Ma Signed

ID Name Role Next Team
Support USA Swifte Johnny Ngo
Team SoloMid
Jungler South Korea Chaser Lee Sang-hyun (이상현)
Support USA Xpecial Alex Chu
Top Laner USA Cris Cristian Rosales
Big Gods Jackals
Support USA Stunt William Chen
Jungler South Korea Shrimp Lee Byeong-hoon (이병훈)
DetonatioN Gaming
AD Carry USA Apollo Apollo Price
Team EnVyUs
Top Laner South Korea Ray Jeon Ji-won (전지원)
Jungler Russia Diamondprox Danil Reshetnikov
Mid Laner Canada Shiphtur Danny Le
AD Carry South Korea Roar Oh Jang-won (오장원)
Support South Korea KonKwon Kevin Kwon
Top Laner USA BillyBoss Billy Yu
Jungler Netherlands Kirei Thomas Yuen
Epsilon eSports
Top Laner Sweden Flaxxish Olof Medin
Nova eSports
Mid Laner Canada Shiphtur Danny Le
Apex Gaming
AD Carry USA Apollo Apollo Price
Apex Gaming
Top Laner Germany SmittyJ Lennart Warkus
GIANTS! Gaming
Support USA KiWiKiD Alan Nguyen
NRG Esports
Jungler South Korea Helios Dong-jin Shin(신동진)
Top Laner South Korea Gamsu Yeong-Jin Noh
AD Carry South Korea Core JJ Yong-in Jo
Samsung Galaxy
Jungler USA Azingy Andrew Zamarripa
Substitute Canada CloudNguyen Stephen Nguyen
Substitute USA Cruzerthebruzer Cruz Ogden
Substitute Canada Crumbzz Alberto Rengifo
AD Carry USA Imaqtpie Michael Santana
Top Laner USA ZionSpartan Darshan Upadhyaha
Counter Logic Gaming
Substitute USA Patoy Jordan Blackburn
Team LoLPro
Substitute USA goldenglue Greyson Gilmer
Team Coast
Coach USA scarra William Li
Counter Logic Gaming
Substitute Canada Zamphira François Boucher
COGnitive Gaming
Substitute USA Kenace Nam Truong
Infinite Odds
Substitute Canada Onionbagel Leon Chen Retired.png Retired
Substitute USA SnEaKyCaStRoO Zachary Scuderi
Quantic Gaming
Substitute Canada zig Derek Shao
Nexus Gaming
Substitute USA Evaniskus Even Stevens
Velocity eSports
Jungler USA I Will Dominate Christian Rivera
Curse Academy
Support USA L0cust Patrick Miller
Square Duck
Top Laner USA Voyboy Joe Esfahani
Counter Logic Gaming
Substitute USA wingsofdeathx Daryl Hennegan
Epik Gamer
Jungler Canada Jatt Joshua Leesman Casterlogo std.png Caster
Support Spain Araneae Alvar Martin Alenar
Wizards e-Sports
AD Carry Germany QStrYKerQ Thomas Höllich
Mid Laner Germany koenig Raoul Seyfert
Reason Gaming
Mid Laner Germany MoMa Maik Wallus
against All authority
AD Carry Germany Play int its ok Henrik Stach
Playground Avenue
Top Laner Sweden Beardie Björn Nilsson
Jungler Germany dustFox Lars Fasse
Top Laner Sweden Skaft Simon Bergöö
Support Sweden sommie Ricky Eriksson
Jungler France abcDDS Julien Deregnaucourt
Support Iraq Inori Rami Charagh


ID Name Position
United Kingdom ODEE Michael O'Dell Managing Director
USA Charlene Hamm LoL Squad Manager
USA Cop David Roberson Coach
USA Saintvicious Brandon DiMarco Coach

ID Name Position New Team
South Korea Kim Jung-su Coach
Longzhu Gaming
South Korea Park Jae-seok Coach
USA Cop David Roberson Coach
USA Saintvicious Brandon DiMarco Head Coach
Team Liquid
United Kingdom InnerFlame Joe Elouassi Team Manager
Raz Barento Mohammed Analyst
Denmark Jesse Jesse Le Strategist
Israel Brokenshard Ram Djemal Head Coach
Norway Vlanitak Erling Krohn Analyst
France Rico Sami Harbi Head Coach
USA Scarra William Li Coach
Counter Logic Gaming
Mylixia Life Coach
Counter Logic Gaming

Team Achievements

2017 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2017-09-08 NA LCS.png NQ 2017 NA LCS Regional Qualifiers 0 : 3
FlyQuest eSports
2017-09-02 NA LCS.png 4th 2017 NA LCS Summer Playoffs 0 : 3
Counter Logic Gaming
2017-08-06 NA LCS.png 5th 2017 NA LCS Summer Split 11-7 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)
2017-04-08 NA LCS.png 5 - 6th 2017 NA LCS Spring Playoffs 0 : 3
10 CP
2017-03-26 NA LCS.png 6th 2017 NA LCS Spring Split 9-9 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)

2016 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2016-04-06 NA LCS.png NQ 2016 NA LCS Summer Promo 0 : 3
Team Dragon Knights
2016-03-20 NA LCS.png 10th 2016 NA LCS Spring 4 : 14 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)

2015 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2015-12-18 Esltumbnail.png 5 - 6th IEM X Cologne 1 : 2
Qiao Gu Reapers
2015-08-08 NA LCS.png 5 - 6th 2015 NA LCS Summer Playoffs 0 : 3
Team Impulse
20 CP
2015-07-26 NA LCS.png 6th 2015 NA LCS Summer 10 : 8 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)
2015-03-29 NA LCS.png 9th 2015 NA LCS Spring 6 : 12 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)

2014 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2014-12-21 Esltumbnail.png 3 - 4th IEM Season IX - Cologne 0 : 2
Gambit Gaming
$ 3,500
2014-08-29 NA LCS.png 5th 2014 NA LCS Summer Playoffs 3 : 1
Counter Logic Gaming
2014-08-03 NA LCS.png 6th 2014 NA LCS Summer Regular Season 13 : 14 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)
2014-04-19 NA LCS.png 5th 2014 NA LCS Spring Playoffs 2 : 1
Team Coast
2014-04-06 NA LCS.png 4th 2014 NA LCS Spring Regular Season 12 : 16 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)

2013 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2013-09-01 NA LCS.png 4th LCS North America Season 3 Summer Playoffs 0 : 2
Team Vulcun
$ 10,000
2013-08-16 NA LCS.png 5th LCS North America Season 3 Summer Regular Season 13 : 15 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)
2013-05-12 RpPoints.png Q LCS North America Season 3 Summer Promotion 3 : 1
Team Summon
2013-04-26 NA LCS.png 5 - 6th LCS North America Season 3 Spring Playoffs 1 : 2
Good Game University
2013-04-19 NA LCS.png 3rd LCS North America Season 3 Spring Regular Season 17 : 11 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)
2013-03-16 MLG-Logo-Small.png 3 - 4th 2013 MLG Winter Championship Promotion 0 : 2
Cloud 9
$ 2,500
2013-03-15 MLG-Logo-Small.png 3 - 4th 2013 MLG Winter Championship International Exhibition 0 : 2
Gambit Gaming
2013-02-01 Epssmalllogo.png 2nd National ESL Pro Series Season V FFL
Team Curse
$ 2,500

2012 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2012-11-03 MLG-Logo-Small.png 5 - 6th 2012 MLG Fall Championship 1 : 2
CLG Prime
2012-10-04 RpPoints.png 11 - 12th Riot Season 2 World Championship 0 : 3 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L) $ 25,000
2012-09-02 RpPoints.png 2nd Riot Season 2 North American Regionals 0 : 2
Team SoloMid
$ 30,000
2012-07-06 Epssmalllogo.png 2nd National ESL Pro Series Season III 0 : 2
mTw North America
$ 2,500
2012-07-03 Ogn logo.png 9 - 16th Azubu The Champions Summer 2012 1 : 2 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L) ₩ 4,000,000
2012-06-10 MLG-Logo-Small.png 3rd 2012 MLG Spring Championship 0 : 2
CLG Prime
$ 5,000
2012-04-08 Ipllogo small.png 3rd IGN ProLeague 4 0 : 2
Counter Logic Gaming
$ 5,000
2012-03-10 Esltumbnail.png 2nd IEM Season VI - World Championship 0 : 2
Moscow Five
$ 20,000
2012-02-25 1st LoLPro Invitational Prize Finals 2 : 0
Team Curse
$ 20,000
2012-02-18 1st LoLPro Invitational 2 : 1
Counter Logic Gaming
$ 5,000
2012-01-22 Esltumbnail.png 3rd IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Kiev 2 : 1
SK Gaming
$ 3,400

2011 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2011-12-30 1st CLG's Last Call 2011 2 : 0
Epik Gamer
$ 2,500
2011-12-18 Epssmalllogo.png 4th NESL Premier League Season II 0 : 2
Team Curse
$ 500
2011-12-11 WCGlogo small.png 5 - 8th 2011 WCG Grand Finals 1 : 2
Chicks Dig Elo
2011-11-20 MLG-Logo-Small.png 3rd 2011 MLG Providence 0 : 2
Team SoloMid
$ 5,000
2011-10-16 Esltumbnail.png 5 - 6th IEM Season VI - Global Challenge New York 1 : 2 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L) $ 2,100
2011-10-09 Ipllogo small.png 1st IGN ProLeague 3 2 : 1
Epik Gamer
$ 10,000
2011-03-04 Esltumbnail.png 4th IEM Season V - LoL Invitational 0 : 3 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L) $ 1,750


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  1. 1.0 1.1 Team Dignitas welcomes LoL
  2. 2.0 2.1 League of Legends team released
  3. 3.0 3.1 Team Dignitas welcome new League of Legends team
  4. League of Legends selected for IGN Pro League
  5. MLG Providence 2011 Winner's Round 1 VOD
  6. MLG Providence 2011 Losers' Finals VOD
  7. 7.0 7.1 Jatt steps down from Team Dignitas LoL
  8. Hey I'm Jatt, I work at Riot Games!
  9. 9.0 9.1 I Will Dominate: "It is important for us to make it out of the group stage"
  10. IEM Kiev Team Sypher vs Team Dignitas
  11. IEM Kiev against All authority vs Team Dignitas
  12. Moscow Five vs Team Dignitas
  13. IEM Kiev Team Dignitas vs Team Solo Mid
  14. IEM Kiev Third Place Decider - SK Gaming vs Team Dignitas
  15. IEM Season VI - Hanover: Team Dignitas group stage statistics
  16. IEM Season VI - Hanover: Playoff bracket
  17. 2012 MLG Anaheim League of Legends Brackets
  18. Azubu The Champions Summer 2012 Program Information
  19. MLG Raleigh 2012 League of Legends Bracket
  20. MLG Statement regarding disqualification
  21. Official Season 2 NA Brackets
  22. ggChronicle Power Rankings
  23. 23.0 23.1 New Top Lane Tryouts
  24. Philadelphia 76ers
  25. Team Dignitas Announces League of Legends Coaching Change
  26. Stunt transfers to Phoenix1, Welcome Swifte
  27. Saintvicious Joins Team Dignitas Coaching Staff
  28. [1]""
  29. Team Dignitas Welcomes Adrian and Altec - farewell Xpecial
  30. Team Dignitas Parts Ways With Chaser
  31. Announcing The Team Dignitas LCS 2016 Subs
  32. BillyBoss Signs As Starting LCS Top Laner, SmittyJ Moved To Sub
  33. Team Dignitas transfer NACS Spot To Apex Gaming
  34. Team Dignitas' Twitter Post
  35. Ray's Twitter Post
  36. Saintvicious' Twitter Post
  37. Cop's Twitter Post
  38. Welcome To Our LCS NA Jungler and Top Laner
  39. Team Dignitas Finalizes NA LCS Roster And Announces Elite Coaching Staff
  40. Crumbz steps down from Team Dignitas
  41. Team Dignitas Starts Week 3 of NA LCS With CloudNguyen
  42. Azingy joins LCS Team as Jungler, Replacing CloudNguyen
  43. Team Dignitas Strengthens NA LCS Lineup with Helios
  44. [ Brokenshard steps in for NA LCS Coach Rico
  45. Rico Steps Down As LCS NA Head Coach
  46. [2]
  47. [3]
  48. Team Dignitas Roster Application
  49. Welcome Raz as the Team Dignitas LCS NA Analyst
  50. [4]
  51. [ Team Dignitas to Attend IEM Cologne.
  52. Team Dignitas to Attend IEM Cologne with Jesiz
  53. Team Dignitas welcomes Azingy as LCS sub
  54. Flappy Bearfish joins as sub AD
  55. goldenglue signs for Team Dignitas LCS
  56. Team Dignitas signs Shiphtur and
  57. Team Dignitas releases goldenglue and
  58. Scarra to step down as Coach
  59. [5]
  60. Imaqtpie steps down from Team Dignitas
  61. WD Ventito Exclusive: Team Dignitas Introduces New Players to Line-Up
  62. Welcome Pulse to the Team Dignitas League of Legends Roster
  63. Team Dignitas release Evaniskus from LoL roster
  64. Team Dignitas LoL B Squad Disbands
  65. Team Dignitas LoL With Two New LCS Subs
  66. Team Dignitas welcomes Vlanitak as LoL Analyst
  67. Cruzerthebruzer joins Team Dignitas as new top laner
  68. Team Dignitas LoL lineup for Battle of the Atlantic
  69. Team Dignitas announces roster and plan for LCS Season 4 Spring Split
  70. wingsofdeathx as backup for Team Dignitas lol during EPS
  71. Crumbzz joins Team Dignitas
  72. Team Dignitas parts ways with L0CUST
  73. Patoy joins Team Dignitas
  74. Regarding the I Will Dominate Ruling
  75. Team Dignitas is looking for Top Laner, Crumbzz back to jungle
  76. Team Dignitas Welcomes KiWiKiD