Professional esports organization based in the United States that was founded on January 6, 2017.

- FlyQuest

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League Championship Series (esports)

Top level of professional League of Legends in the United States and Canada.

LCS logo from 2019 to 2021

Several existing teams from the league — including Cloud9, Counter Logic Gaming, Echo Fox, FlyQuest, Team Liquid and Team SoloMid — were accepted back into the league.

Wes Edens

American billionaire businessman and private equity investor.

Diagram of the basic structure of a generic leveraged buyout transaction

He also owns the esports team FlyQuest and, along with Nassef Sawiris, became majority shareholder of the English Premier League club Aston Villa in July 2018.

Cloud9 League of Legends

Gaming team based in Los Angeles, California, and competes in the League Championship Series (LCS), the top-level professional league for video game League of Legends in the United States and Canada.

From left to right: Balls, Hai, Sneaky, LemonNation.
Cloud9 won the 2014 LCS Spring split championship.
Cloud9 at 2015 Worlds.
Bok "Reapered" Han-gyu was signed as head coach in 2016.
Cloud9 in-game with a match against Echo Fox in 2018.
Cloud9 in the group stage at Worlds 2019.

In the 2019 LCS Spring Split, Cloud9 secured the second seed and a bye to the semifinals of the playoffs after a win over FlyQuest on March 23.

2021 LCS season

The fourth year of North America's League Championship Series, a professional esports league for the MOBA PC game League of Legends, under partnership and the ninth overall.

A Spanish broadcast was produced by the LCS team FlyQuest.

Vulcan (gamer)

Canadian professional League of Legends support for Evil Geniuses, in the League Championship Series .

Laflamme in 2021

However they qualified for the regional gauntlet as the lowest seeded team, and proceeded to defeat FlyQuest, Counter Logic Gaming, and Team SoloMid in consecutive matches to qualify for the third and final spot in the 2019 League of Legends World Championship.

Impact (gamer)

South Korean League of Legends player for Evil Geniuses of the League of Legends Championship Series (LCS).

Impact at the Season 3 World Championship

In playoffs, Impact lost his first domestic playoffs match since 2017, 2–3 against FlyQuest in the upper bracket finals, then fell 2–3 to Team SoloMid in the lower bracket finals to place third on the season, and earn the third and final seed at the 2020 Worlds Championship.

Evil Geniuses

American esports organization based in Seattle, Washington.

They ended the Spring Split in 3rd place, losing to FlyQuest in the playoffs with a final score of 1–3.


Aphromoo at the 2015 League of Legends World Championship

Zaqueri Black (born September 8, 1992), better known by his in-game name Aphromoo, is an American professional League of Legends player who is the support for FlyQuest.

100 Thieves

American lifestyle brand and gaming organization based in Los Angeles, California.

Before the summer split, 100 Thieves traded Meteos to Flyquest, in exchange for their jungler, AnDa.


Canadian professional League of Legends player who is the bot laner for Counter Logic Gaming of the LCS.

Tran in 2019

He previously played for Cloud9, Team SoloMid, Immortals, and FlyQuest.