fury III

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fury III
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Background Information
Name: Jakob Burke
Country of Birth: Germany
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Residency:
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Europe
Competitive
Role: AD
Team History
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May 2014 - Sep 2014
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 Gambit Gaming
Feb 2015 - Jan 2016
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 H2k-Gaming
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Jakob "fury III" Burke was previously a substitute AD carry for H2k-Gaming.

Biography

2014 Season

Jakob "fury III" Burke first substituted for Gambit Gaming for week 6 of the 2014 EU LCS Spring Split, when the LCS was taking place in Cologne and Alex Ich, Darien, and Diamond were unable to acquire visas in time.[1] Though AD carry Genja would have been able to attend, fury became a fourth substitute in order to ensure that the entire roster spoke English. The temporary roster went 1-1. fury substituted for Gambit once again for week5 of the Summer Split, when once again Gambit was forced to substitute four of their players due to visa issues. This time, the team's record was 0-2.

2015 Season

fury became a substitute AD carry for H2k for the 2015 season.

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  1. Three our players cannot attend LCS EU Week 6 gambit-gaming.com