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Bwipo

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Bwipo
FNC Bwipo 2018 Summer.png
Background Information
NameGabriël Rau
Country of BirthBelgium
Birthday12/24/1998
Competitive
TeamFnatic
RoleTop Laner
Current LeagueLoL European Championship LEC
Team History
TeamStart DateEnd DateRole
Blanklogo std.png none12/201512/2015
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[[File:|link=|38px]] Enigma Benelux4/20164/2016
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DPlogo std.png DP12/20162/2017
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ROXlogo std.png ROX7/20179/2017
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Fnaticlogo std.png FNC1/20183/2018
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Fnaticlogo std.png FNC3/2018Present
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"Bwipo" (Real Name: Gabriël Rau) is a Belgian League of Legends player, current Top Laner for Fnatic.


Career History

Bwipo's League of Legends career started in 2012 while he was 13 years old. He and his older brother, Raphael Rau, started playing together with couple of friends. After only playing the game for a little over a year, his first challenger hit was in season 4.

He started attending LAN events with small teams and got exposure quickly within the BENELUX scene. He joined SECTOR ONE and pretty much won any BENELUX LAN single handedly, for about a year straight. During this time, he consistently hit challenger every season, multiple times.

His first break through was when he was consistent in the top 20 challenger EUW players. He was asked to play for Dark Passage in IEM Gyeonggi in 2016. After an unexpected performance from the team, Bwipo was asked to play for a split in the Turkish league (TCL).

After parting ways with Dark Passage he joined Tornado RoX in the LCL, helping the team perform significantly better than the split before. From a 2-12 record to 6-9.

Trivia

  • Bwipo used to main Yasuo and mostly played mid.
  • Bwipo used to main Gangplank and Darius.
  • He is half Brazilian, with his mother's family hailing from Belo Horizonte, and can speak some Portuguese. [1]

Achievements

Media

Interviews

  • 2017

Gallery

References