|Player has retired.|
|Country of Birth||Estonia|
|Soloqueue IDs||GG BenQ Darkward (NA), Buykey Voidle, Eldiov, Cloud9 Voidle|
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Erih "Voidle" Sommermann was previously the support for Team Dignitas EU.
Early Season 3 saw Voidle join his first team, Buykey eSports. The team was fully comprised of Estonian players, such as beansu. He left later on that year in order pursue a career at a higher competitive level. After Edward's departure from Gambit Gaming, Voidle was picked up as the team's new support player.
His first tournament with Gambit Gaming was the LCS Spring Split. An extremely tight split saw the team finish in 4th place, largely thanks to Voidle's impressive Thresh play. This meant that the team would have a spot in the Summer Playoffs. The playoffs were a huge success for the team, winning their 3rd place match against Evil Geniuses after being beaten by Lemondogs in the semifinals.
This meant that Voidle and Gambit Gaming would be playing at the Season 3 World Championship. After being tied for 2nd place with Samsung Ozone, they beat the Korean team in a tiebreaker, and Gambit Gaming progressed to the bracket stage of the tournament, finally finishing in 2nd in their group, behind Fnatic. It was at this point that Gambit were knocked out, losing to NaJin Black Sword in the quarterfinals.
Voidle joined newly formed Cloud 9 Eclipse at the start of the season, and this saw him playing in a roster that included Febiven and Hjärnan. The team's first tournament was the SCAN EUW Winter Invitational. The roster managed to impress from the very start, finishing 1st after beating Gamers2 in the final of the tournament. Voidle and the team continued in the same form, winning Challenger Spring #1. An uncharacteristic dip in the team's form lead to Cloud 9 Eclipse being knocked out of Challenger Spring #2, losing to Departed in the quarterfinals.
Despite this, Voidle and the team went on to win a number of tournaments on the run. The first of these was Week 20 of the EUW Challenger Series, where they took revenge by beating Departed in the final. Next up was the 2014 Black Monster Cup Europe - Spring, where C9E took further revenge, beating Denial eSports.Europe in the final, after the organization picked up the roster of Departed. The team also won International Invitational Tournament 3, beating Dark Passage in the final.
Soon after, Cloud 9 Eclipse competed at the Copenhagen Games 2014 with Santorin subbing in the jungle - the team managed a 2nd place finish, behind Ninjas in Pyjamas. Voidle and C9E then returned to the Challenger Series with the Spring Playoffs. The team won the tournament, again taking revenge by beating Ninjas in Pyjamas in the final. This would mean that C9E would have a chance to qualify for the LCS in the Summer Promotion. Unfortunately for Voidle and the team, they lost their promotion match-up against SUPA HOT CREW. Voidle and Cloud 9 Eclipse's last tournament would be the LoL Pro League - Season I, which they managed to win. After this, the team's roster was released. Voidle went on to join Ninjas in Pyjamas.
Voidle's first tournament with the team was FACEIT Challenger Invitational 3, which Ninjas in Pyjamas managed to win, beating Reason Gaming in the final. The team also beat H2k-Gaming in the group stage of the tournament, the team that the rest of Voidle's Cloud 9 Eclipse teammates went on to join. Voidle's first Challenger Series tournament with the team was Challenger Summer #2. NiP finished 2nd in the tournament, losing to SK Gaming Prime in the final.
Next up for Voidle and the team were the Summer Playoffs. Ninjas in Pyjamas finished in 4th place, after losing their 3rd place match to Unicorns of Love. Voidle's last tournament with the team was the FACEIT Gamescom Challenge, where his team lost in the final to H2k-Gaming. After a short break from the competitive scene, Voidle returned to join H2k-Gaming.
His first tournament with the team was Challenger FaceOff 3, where H2k-Gaming beat n!faculty in the final to claim first place. They also managed to win the 2014 Black Monster Cup Europe - Winter, beating SK Gaming Prime in the final.
With H2k-Gaming, Voidle competed in the Spring Expansion Tournament, and qualified for the Offline Stage after beating Meloncats. In the Offline Stage, H2k won their first match-up against n!faculty, meaning that they were one win away from qualifying for the LCS. The team went on to beat GIANTS! Gaming in the Winner's Bracket Final, ensuring that they would be playing in the Spring Split.
After a few weeks playing in the Spring Split with H2k-Gaming, it was announced that Voidle would be leaving the team, being replaced by kaSing. After a short spell with Millenium, Voidle went on to join Team Dignitas EU with Kobbe. With the team, Voidle participated in the EUCS Spring Season. The team finished in 4th place, qualifying them for the Spring Playoffs, however due to Sencux and Wunderwear being underage, they could not play with the current roster. The team turned down the opportunity to play with subs and therefore gave up their spot in the playoffs, which then went to 5th place Reason Gaming.
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|Voidle Tournament Results|
|2015-03-27||3||EU LCS 2015 Spring|
12 - 6RR
|2015-03-25||5||EUCS 2015 Spring|
4 - 6RR
|2015-03-24||Q||Road to Gamers Assembly|
0 : 2OG
|2014-12-21||Q||EU LCS 2015 Spring Expansion|
3 : 0GIA
|2014-12-10||1||BMC Europe 2014 Winter|
2 : 1SKP
|2014-11-18||1||Challenger FaceOff 3|
3 : 0n!
|2014-08-17||2||FACEIT Gamescom Challenge|
0 : 2HEK
|2014-08-08||4||EUCS 2014 Summer Playoffs|
0 : 3UOL
|2014-07-30||2||EUCS 2014 Summer Series 2|
1 : 2SKP
|2014-07-27||1||FACEIT Challenger Invitational #3|
2 : 0RG
- February 9 - Voidle: We'd cosplay as Volibear and Udyr with LiquidLegends
- August 27 - Interview with Gambit Voidle @ Gamescom 2013 (RU subs) (video) with Gambit Gaming
- September 20 - LolKing's S3 Worlds Coverage - Interview with Voidle (Erih Sommermann) (video) with LolKing
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