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LOCATION: France France
COACHES: Jakob "YamatoCannon" Mebdi
MANAGERS: Fabien "Neo" Devide
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CREATED: December 2015

Vitality is a French LCS Team formed in December 2015.


Vitality first got into the LCS on December 2015, after acquiring the spot of Gambit Gaming. The roster for the team include kaSing, Cabochard, Nukeduck, Shook and Hjarnan, with Shaunz as the Coach. in the 2016 Spring Split, the team ended the round robin stage at 3rd place with a 13W-5L standing. Moving into the playoffs, the team lost to Fnatic (1-3) in the quarterfinals, ending at 5th-6th place.

In the Summer Split, the team added 2 Koreans to the lineup, MightyBear and Police, moving Shook and Hjarnan to substitute positions. Both of their matches in Week 1 ended with a tie. For Week 2, the team fielded Reje as the AD Carry and ended the week with a tie and a lose. In Week 5, Shook played as the starting Jungler until the end of the round robin stage. The team then finished at 7th place with a 3W-9T-6L standing, securing their spot for 2017 Spring but unable to make it to the playoffs.

During the off season, Vitality announced that they have signed Steelback as the starting AD Carry for the 2017 Spring Split. MightyBear announced his free agency, while Cabochard, Nukeduck and Shaunz renewed their contracts with the team. While bootcamping in Korea, the team also signed Hachani, KT Rolster's former Support, as the team's starting Support for the upcoming split. This was then followed by the departure of kaSing from the team. The vacated Jungler position was filled by Djoko, Millenium's former Jungler and GBM, NRG Esports' former Mid laner, who recently switched to being a Jungler again. The team also signed AoD as their substitute Support.


  • January 5th, Djoko and GBM join.[1]
  • January 6th, AoD joins as sub Support. Irean joins as Coach. Shaunz leaves.[2][3]
  • January 9th, Announces sponsorship from Adidas.[4]
  • January 16th, Shaunz becomes Head of Esports.[5]
  • February 7th, Hachani steps down from the starting roster, moves to Assistant Coach/Analyst.[6]
  • May 5th, YamatoCannon joins as Head Coach.[7]
  • May 9th, GBM leaves.[8]
  • May 10th, VandeR joins. Head Coach Irean and Support Hachani leave.[9]
  • May 21th, Shaunz leaves.[10]

Player Roster

ID Name Contract
Top Laner France Cabochard Lucas Simon-Meslet 11/20/2017
Jungler France Djoko Charly Guillard 11/20/2017
Mid Laner Norway Nukeduck Erlend Våtevik Holm 11/20/2017
AD Carry France Steelback Pierre Medjaldi 11/20/2017
Support Poland VandeR Oskar Bogdan 11/19/2018
Top Laner France Alderiate Adrien Wils 11/20/2017
Support Romania AoD Alin Baltat 11/20/2017

ID Name Next Team
Support South Korea Hachani Ha Seung-chan (하승찬)
Ever8 Winners
Mid Laner South Korea GBM Lee Chang-suk
Jungler South Korea MightyBear Kim Min-soo
ROX Tigers
AD Carry South Korea Police Park Hyeong-gi
Ding Sheng Gaming
Jungler Netherlands Shook Ilyas Hartsema
Ninjas in Pyjamas
AD Carry Sweden Hjärnan Petter Freyschuss
Support United Kingdom KaSing Raymond Tsang
AD Carry Denmark Reje Viktor Eriksen
Tricked eSport
Top Laner France ShLaYa Tony Carmona
AD Carry Belgium Moopz Amore Minguerche


ID Name Position
France Neo Fabien Devide Owner/Founder
France Nicolas Nicolas Maurer Owner/Founder
Sweden YamatoCannon Jakob Mebdi Head Coach

ID Name Position Next Team
France Shaunz Kevin Ghanbarzadeh Head of Esports
South Korea Irean Heo Young-cheol Head Coach

Team Achievements

2017 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2017-08-13 EU LCS.png 4th 2017 EU LCS Summer Split - Group B 5 - 8 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)
2017-04-02 EU LCS.png 4th 2017 EU LCS Spring Split - Group B 3 - 10 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)

2016 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2016-07-31 EU LCS.png 7th 2016 EU LCS Summer Split 3-9-6 Group Stage/Round Robin (W/T/L)
2016-04-02 EU LCS.png 5 - 6th 2016 EULCS Spring Playoffs 1 : 3
2016-03-18 EU LCS.png 3rd 2016 EULCS Spring Split 13 : 5 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)


Other Contents


  • 2016 EU LCS Summer
  • 2016 EU LCS Spring


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