Djoko Domestic Career
Charly “Djoko” Guillard began his LoL career on Les Frères du Purgatoire. But he didn’t have any notable showings until he joined Imaginary Gaming. Together with his new teammates, he secured a first-place finish at DreamHack Tours 2015 and a second-place finish at Evry Games City 2015.
Imaginary Gaming also attended the 2015 ESL Championnat Spring Season. They took two cups and qualified for the finals before leaving the organization to join Millenium. On his new team, Djoko finished the 2015 ESL Championnat Spring Season in second place, suffering a crushing defeat against inFamouS Esport in the finals.
Then, Millenium made their presence known at DreamHack Valencia 2015. They breezed through the group stage and qualified for the Semifinals before losing 0-2 to Team Dignitas EU. Still, they bounced back with a first-place finish at the ESL PGW Challenge 2015.
Afterward, Millenium took part in the Season 1 of PGL Legends of the Rift. They qualified for the playoffs and suffered a narrow loss at the hand of G2 in the Quarterfinals. But they managed to come back through the loser’s bracket with a victory over Denial eSports and a revenge win against G2. In the finals, they lost 0-2 to the To Infinity and Beyond lineup.
Millenium went on to participate in the 2016 EU CS Spring Qualifiers. With Djoko’s help, they defeated Giants Underdoge and Renegades: Banditos to make it into the Challenger Series. Millenium had a solid showing in the regular season, but inexplicably, their playoffs run ended with a 0-3 defeat against Copenhagen Wolves.
Millenium tried their luck again in summer. But due to a series of roster changes, their regular season looked shaky. In the playoffs, they picked up the slack and won 3-1 over Huma, but the finals had them losing to Misfits with a 0-3 score. Still, this showing was enough to qualify for the Promotion Tournament. There, Millenium fell in a close 5-game series against Team ROCCAT.
In the off-season, Djoko left the organization to join Team Vitality in the 2017 EU LCS Spring Split. But a new jungler couldn’t turn around Vitality’s bad luck. They found themselves at the bottom of the EU LCS table, and their 3-10 record meant they couldn’t advance any further. The summer wasn’t kind to them either. And while Vitality slightly improved their record in the regular season, they failed to break into the playoffs.
When Vitality decided to overhaul their roster, Djoko joined Giants Gaming.
Djoko International Tournaments
Over the course of his career, Djoko didn’t attend any international tournaments.