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Exileh

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Exileh
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Background Information
NameFabian Schubert
Country of BirthGermany
Birthday4/21/1997
Competitive
TeamUnicorns Of Love
RoleMid
Alternate IDsGotK Exileh, SK Exileh
Fabian "Exileh" Schubert is a German League of Legends player, currently playing as Mid Laner for Unicorns Of Love.


Career History

Exileh's career started back in 2013. He has played for various teams before getting the starting Mid laner role with Unicorns of Love. He joined the team for the 2016 Summer Split and despite being a rookie in the big league, he has scored 5 player-of-the-game points, same as his Mid lane opponents Fox, Perkz, Nukeduck, Sencux and Ryu.

Although the team failed to qualify for the 2016 World Championship, they were given the chance to participate at IEM XI Oakland. In said tournament, Exileh and Unicorns of Love won the competition by beating INTZ e-Sports in the quarterfinals, Team SoloMid in the semifinals and Flash Wolves in the Finals. Exileh was also given the G-Fuel MVP Award for his exceptional performance at IEM.

For the 2017 Season, Exileh will continue to play under the banner of Unicorns of Love. For the upcoming 2017 Spring Split though, the will be playing together with two new members of the team, Xerxe and Samux.

Trivia

  • Hates playing against Midlaners with Barrier.
  • People called him "Wasabi" in solo queue when he started playing Yasuo on his release.
  • Started playing League of Legends towards the end of Season 1
  • The first champion he bought with 6300 IP was Anivia

Achievements

2014
Date Event Result
2014-02-02 FACEIT Challenger Invitational Silver.png SK Prime 0 : 2 NiPlogo std.png Ninjas in Pyjamas

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