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Background Information
Name: Nicolai Nisbeth
Country of Birth: Denmark Denmark
Birthday: March 5, 1995 (1995-03-05) (age 23)
Residency: News Label - Europe.png Europe
Role: Support
Favorite champions:   
Alternate IDs: Asians Equations, Baah, MYM Nisbeth
Peak League: ChallengerTier.png Challenger I (EU)
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Team History
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Nov 2013 - Jan 2014
Trickedlogo std.png Tricked eSports
Dec 2014 - Mar 2015
Mymlogo std.png MeetYourMakers
Mar 2015 - Apr 2015
Mymlogo std.png MeetYourMakers
Apr 2015 - Oct 2015
Dignitaslogo std.png Team Dignitas EU
Oct 2015 - Dec 2015
Felogo std.png Follow eSports
Dec 2015 - Apr 2016
Splycelogo std.png Splyce
Apr 2016 - May 2016
Splycelogo std.png Splyce

Nicolai "Nisbeth" Nisbeth was previously the substitute support for Splyce.


Season 3

Nisbeth started his competitive career with Tricked eSports late on in the season, on the same roster as Krislund (now P1noy) and Santorin. Nisbeth notably participated at DreamHack Winter 2013 with the team, though they did not make it out of their group.

2014 Season

After the rest of the team's roster was picked up by Reason Gaming at the start of the season, Nisbeth decided to take a break from competitive League of Legends.

He returned to the scene at the very end of the season, joining the roster of the newly reformed MeetYourMakers.

2015 Season

Nisbeth participated in the Spring Split with MeetYourMakers.

After MYM's relegation, Nisbeth left the team and joined Team Dignitas EU for the EUCS summer split. The team finished 8-2 in second place behind only Gamers2. While playing each series to the maximum number of games, Dignitas EU defeated Denial eSports EU and mousesports, finishing first and earning a spot in the 2016 Spring Season of the European LCS.

2016 Season

After Dignitas EU qualified for the EU LCS, Dignitas was forced to sell one of its two LCS teams, and they chose to sell the European team. With only one roster change (Obvious being replaced by Trashy), the roster moved to the new organization Follow eSports, later Splyce.[1][2] Splyce stayed consistently in either seventh place or tied for eighth place in the spring split. Their final record was 5-13, in 8th place ahead of Team ROCCAT and behind Elements. With a favorable promotion tournament seed, Splyce played against Giants Gaming and won 3-2, requalifying for the LCS for the summer split.





External Links


  1. Follow eSports Acquires Dignitas EU LCS Team
  2. New LCS franchise Follow eSports rebrands to Splyce, picks up Call of Duty team