Caedrel Domestic Career


Marc “Caedrel” Robert Lamont began his LoL career as a mid laner on xPerience eSports Club in 2015. However, he didn’t have a notable showing until he played at Lyon e-Sport 9 as a part of Renegades: Banditos. Banditos showed up in the group stage, but their playoffs run started with a crushing defeat against Millenium. They bounced back with a win against The Glorious Team in the loser’s bracket before falling 0-3 to Millenium in the finals.


Caedrel then joined Copenhagen Wolves in the 2016 EU CS Spring Split. His team made it all the way to the playoffs where Caedrel scored a revenge win over Millenium. Even so, Copenhagen Wolves couldn’t keep the momentum going and suffered a narrow 2-3 loss at the hand of Huma. They still made it to the Promotion Tournament, but another loss in a 5-game series against Giants Gaming knocked them out of the competition.

After such a disappointing showing, Caedrel went to Huma. Together with his new teammates, he had a decent showing in the 2016 EU CS Summer Split. But a Quarterfinals loss to Millenium eliminated Huma from the playoffs. Caedrel briefly played for ThunderX3 Baskonia and Distrikt before becoming a substitute for H2K.


He spent the entire EU LCS Spring Split sitting on the bench, and didn’t have any notable showings. In the 2017 EU CS Summer Season, Caedrel played for Schalke 04. His team breezed through the competition and went all the way to the Promotion Tournament. There, Schalke took down Mysterious Monkeys and Ninjas in Pyjamas to qualify for the 2018 EU LCS Spring Split.


When Schalke decided to overhaul their roster, Caedrel joined H2K Gaming.

Caedrel International Tournaments

Over the course of his career, Caedrel didn’t attend any international tournaments.