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Background Information
NameMihael Mehle
Country of BirthSlovenia
TeamG2 Esports
Social Media
Team History
TeamStart DateEnd DateRole
Blanklogo std.png none12/201512/2015
Fnaticlogo std.png FNC1/20164/2016
Splycelogo std.png SPY4/201611/2016
Splycelogo std.png SPY11/201611/2017
MSFlogo std.png MSF11/201711/2018
G2logo std.png G211/2018Present
"Mikyx" (Real Name: Mihael Mehle) is a Slovenian League of Legends player, current Support for G2 Esports.


When Mikyx was a kid, he didn’t dream of being a professional gamer. Back then, his idol was Michael Ballack, and he wanted to be a professional soccer player for Bayern Munich.

Mikyx started playing League of Legends back in Season 1 and garnered attention with his plays in solo queue as an extremely aggressive support player. Fans of his playstyle created successful videos displaying his skill until he found his way to his first LCS team, Splyce.

Moving to Berlin to join the team house was quite the change for the Čušperk, Slovenia native.

Career History


Mikyx had a rough start to his LCS experience as his team Splyce finished its first EU LCS Split at 8th place (5-13) dropping down to the Promotion/Relegation tournament. However, Mikyx and his teammates were able to reclaim their LCS spot for Summer Season after beating GIANTS! Gaming (3-2).

During Summer Split, after a reasonable start in the league, Splyce began to gain strength in their performance, fighting their way up the standings and ultimately finishing the Split in second place. With a 9-6-3 (W-T-L) record team earned a bye to the semifinals in Summer Playoffs where they have won series against H2k-Gaming (3-2) and continued to the finals.

Since Splyce didn't get any Circuit Points for their performance in the Spring Split dropping in the finals of Summer Playoffs to G2 Esports (1-3) meant that Mikyx and his teammates had to play in the Regional Qualifier Gauntlet to have a chance to go to Worlds. The best of five battle for the last European slot at Worlds went to all 5 games and Splyce came out victorious over Unicorns of Love (3-2) scoring them a Pool 3 seed at the World Championship of 2016.





Articles & Videos

  • 2016


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