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Apollo "'''Apollo'''" Price, originally known as '''WizFujiiN''', got his competitive start in League of Legends with [[Team Summon]] in 2013 but did not rise to prominence until later that year, when [[Team Coast]] added him to their roster after considering several other try-out candidates, including [[Chaox]]. Coast had placed seventh in the [[Riot League Championship Series/North America/Season 3/Summer Round Robin|2013 Summer Split]], but they successfully re-qualified in [[Riot League Championship Series/North America/2014 Season/Spring Promotion|relegations]], defeating [[The Walking Zed]] 3-2.
WizFujiiN played with Coast in the [[Riot League Championship Series/North America/2014 Season/Spring Season|2014 NA LCS Spring Split]], but after a 6th-place finish sent them to the [[Riot League Championship Series/North America/2014 Season/Summer Promotion|relegations]] once again, they were eliminated from the LCS by [[compLexity Black]], losing 3 games to 1. WizFujiiN later left the team. He briefly played with [[GamesterGear]] before attempting to qualify for the LCS once again.
With teammates [[Flaresz]], [[Thinkcard]], [[Yusui]], and [[KEITHMCBRIEF]] on [[Team LoLPro]], WizFujiiN qualified for the [[Riot League Championship Series/North America/2015 Season/Spring Expansion|Spring Expansion Tournament]] via the [[Riot League Championship Series/North America/2015 Season/Expansion/Challenger Ladder|ranked 5's ladder]]. The team beat [[Team Fission]] in the first round 2-0 but then lost 0-2 to [[Team Coast]] in the second round.
WizFujiiN joined [[Team Impulse]] on December 31, 2014.<ref>[http://twitter.com/TeamImpulselol/status/550494142053093376 Team Impulse's Twitter Post] ''twitter.com''</ref> He renamed to '''Apollo''', adopting his first name for his ID.
After using [[Rhux]] as a substitute for Impact in the first week, Team Impulse finished the round robin with an 11-7 record, in fourth place. In the [[Riot League Championship Series/North America/2015 Season/Spring Playoffs|playoffs]], they defeated [[Gravity]] before losing to [[Team SoloMid]] and then [[Team Liquid]], placing fourth overall. In the [[Riot League Championship Series/North America/2015 Season/Summer Season|summer season]], Team Impulse started shakily, placing no higher than sixth through the end of the fifth week. Starting in the sixth week, the team went on a massive winning streak, which was almost able to continue through two roster changes: first, support [[Adrian]] sat out one game and was replaced by [[Gate]]; and second, mid laner [[XiaoWeiXiao]] was suspended pending an investigation into Elo boosting prior to the ninth week, prompting Adrian to return and Gate to move back to his primary role of mid lane to replace XiaoWeiXiao. This temporary suspension was eventually lengthened to a [[List of Competitive Rulings|competitive ban]] until February 2016. Regardless, Team Impulse finished the last week tied for third place with Gravity and then won their tiebreaker game.
In the [[Riot League Championship Series/North America/2015 Season/Summer Playoffs|summer playoffs]], the team beat [[Team Dignitas|Dignitas]] 3-0 before losing to both [[Counter Logic Gaming]] and Team Liquid to finish fourth, leaving them with the second-place spot in the [[2015 Season North America Regional Finals|Regional Final]] due to [[2015 Season/Championship Points|Championship Points]]. There, they became the second team in a row to fall to underdogs [[Cloud9]] in a reverse sweep and so fell short of the [[2015 Season World Championship|World Championship]].
Apollo joined Team Dignitas in November 2015, and the team was invited to [[IEM Season X - Cologne|IEM Cologne]] in December 2015. Seeded against [[Qiao Gu Reapers]], Dignitas lost 1-2 and were eliminated.
Following two 1-1 weeks in the season's [[League Championship Series/North America/2016 Season/Spring Season|spring split]], Smittyj was removed from the team's starting roster and replaced by [[BillyBoss]], due to "behavioural issues".<ref name="sjbb">[http://team-dignitas.net/articles/news/League-of-Legends/8795/billyboss-signs-as-starting-lcs-top-laner-smittyj-moved-to-sub BillyBoss Signs As Starting LCS Top Laner, SmittyJ Moved To Sub] ''team-dignitas.net''</ref> The team's worst-ever split unfolded following this change, as they saw only two further wins and – after playing the [[League Championship Series/North America/2016 Season/Spring Season/Scoreboards/Week 8#Echo Fox vs Team Dignitas|longest game of the split]] – finished 10th place with a 4-14 record. The same roster played in the [[League Championship Series/North America/2016 Season/Summer Promotion|Summer Promotion]] tournament, where they lost 0-3 to [[Team Dragon Knights]], resulting in their elimination from the LCS. This made Dignitas the first of the three original North American LCS invitee teams to be relegated from the competition.
In May, Dignitas transferred its [[NA Challenger Series/2016 Season/Summer Season|NACS Summer Season]] seed to [[Apex Gaming]] for them to form [[Apex Pride]], and Apollo left the team.<ref name="toapex">[http://team-dignitas.net/articles/news/Team-Dignitas/9465/team-dignitas-transfer-nacs-spot-to-apex-gaming Team Dignitas transfer NACS Spot To Apex Gaming] ''team-dignitas.net''</ref> Soon after he joined Apex's [[League Championship Series/North America/2016 Season/Summer Season|Summer LCS]] team, replacing [[Police (Park Hyeong-gi)|Police]].
Apex started out the split strong, with a 2-0 first week including a 2-1 upset of reigning NA LCS champions and [[2016 Mid-Season Invitational|MSI]] alums [[Counter Logic Gaming|CLG]]. Their success, however, was short-lived, and by week 5 they were in 7th place, where they remained for the rest of the season, out of reach of the [[League Championship Series/North America/2016 Season/Summer Playoffs|playoffs]] but also safe from [[League Championship Series/North America/2017 Season/Spring Promotion|relegations]] for the [[League Championship Series/North America/2017 Season/Spring Season|2017 Spring Season]]. In September, both Team Dignitas and Apex were acquired by the '''Philadelphia 76ers''' in September 2016, to play under the Dignitas name.<ref name="76acquire">[http://team-dignitas.net/articles/news/Team-Dignitas/10251/philadelphia-76ers-acquire-merge-and-manage-leading-esports-teams-dignitas-and-apex Philadelphia 76ers acquire, merge and manage leading esports teams Dignitas and Apex] ''team-dignitas.net''</ref>
EnVyUs' 2017 Season started off very rough. In the [[League_Championship_Series/North_America/2017_Season/Spring_Season|Spring Season]] they performed badly and lost a lot of games. Their 9th place finish in the regular season meant that they had to fight for their LCS spot in the [[League_Championship_Series/North_America/2017_Season/Summer_Promotion|2017 Summer Promotion Tournament]]. After a 3-2 victory over [[Gold Coin United]], Team EnVyUs got to keep their spot. Their [[League_Championship_Series/North_America/2017_Season/Summer_Season|Summer Season]] was noticeably better and they finished in 6th place with 8 wins and 10 losses. However in the [[League_Championship_Series/North_America/2017_Season/Summer_Playoffs|playoffs]] they were defeated 2-3 in a close Quarterfinals series by [[Counter Logic Gaming]]. This would end their 2017 season as the team didn't have enough Championship Points to attend the Regional Qualifiers. The team was not accepted into the newly franchised NA LCS in 2018. Following this Apollo left the team in November and a month later joined the newly formed [[Clutch Gaming]].
== Trivia ==
* Was attending University of Washington before getting recruited by Team Coast.
* His former ID '''WizFujiiN''' is pronounced "Wiz-Fusion."
* Was planning to get a Computer Science major before leaving school to play professionally.
* Half Japanese.
* Referred to by casters as one of the nicest LCS players.
* Known for his longtime duo with support [[Hakuho]], with them playing every game together from the [[NA LCS/2017 Season/Spring Season|NA LCS 2017 Spring]] to the [[LCS/2019 Season/Summer Season|LCS 2019 Summer]] across three different teams.
** At the time it ended, they were the longest-standing active duo.
** Throughout their time playing together, they were considered a consistent bot lane but rarely had outstanding moments.
* As of 2019, holds the unfortunate record of having played in more games than any other active LCS or LEC player who has never qualified for the [[World Championship]] or played in the finals of his domestic league.
** Second place is held by his longtime teammate [[Hakuho]].
== Tournament Results ==
Coast wizfujin.png|CST WizFujiiN 2014 Spring
Tip-apollo-2015spring.jpg|TIP Apollo 2015 Spring
DIG_Apollo_2016_Spring.png|DIG Apollo 2016 Spring
APX_Apollo_2016_Summer.png|APX Apollo 2016 Summer
NV_Apollo_2017_Spring.png|NV Apollo 2017 Spring
CG Apollo 2018 Spring.png|CG Apollo 2018 Spring
CG Apollo 2018 Split 2.png|CG Apollo 2018 Summer
FOX Apollo 2019 Split 1.png|FOX Apollo 2019 Spring
* March 12 - [http://content.azubu.tv/moba/league-of-legends/apollo-legacies/ League Legacies: TiP Apollo] ''with Azubu''
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