Riddle Esports have completed their roster to compete in the Northern League of Legends Championship 2022 First Division, sources told Upcomer.
Riddle’s roster will be:
- Top: Bor “Kektz” Jeršan
- Jungle: Mohammed “MC” Chinoune
- Mid: Seo “SlowQ” Ye-bit
- Bot: Fatihcan “FatihCan” Demir
- Support: Risto “Nukes” Luuri
- Head coach: Patrick “Dont Ban Nida” Møller
- Assistant/ Mental coach: Christos “Ph0bos” Ventouris
- Manager: Aleksander “Snilltvedt” Bårtvedt
Kektz, MC, SlowQ and head coach Dont Ban Nida worked together on Riddle during the NLC 2021 Summer Season, where they ended fourth and defeated League European Championship Academy team BT Excel 2-1 in the playoffs. Dont Ban Nida was Riddle’s assistant coach at the time. Mid laner SlowQ was the only member of the team who was contracted until spring 2022, and other than being loaned to Axolotl for the Iberian Cup 2021, he continues his journey with Riddle.
Bot laner FatihCan is from Turkey, and he spent 2021 with the İstanbul Wildcats Academy team. He helped them to finish fifth in the regular season of Turkey Academy’s 2021 winter slate as well as placing second in playoffs during Turkey Academy’s summer playoffs. Nukes, previously known as SirNukesAlot, is a veteran player in the European Circuit and has played on a variety of teams, ranging from EU LCS team Giants Gaming to playing most recently on EURONICS Gaming in the Prime League Pro Division 2022 Spring Promotion tournament.
Norwegian organization Riddle Esports have been in the NLC since the start and have had some memorable moments, such as their second-place finish in the 2020 NLC summer split and qualifying for the European Masters 2020 summer play-ins, a first for them. As one of the top six teams from the NLC 2021 Summer Season, Riddle were automatically seeded into Division One for the 2022 spring.
They also recently won Telialigaen 2021 Autumn by defeating Bifrost 3-0 in the final.
TELIALIGAEN AUTUMN 2021 CHAMPIONS!!@Kektzlol @Ploxy_lol @SlowwQ @NomiLoL_ @blazingfire_lol @nias_lol pic.twitter.com/HveZnBfoWP
— RIDDLE (@RiddleEsports) November 21, 2021