Nisqy

Nisqy Domestic Career

2015

Yasin “Nisqy” Dinçer began his LoL career on PunchLine Esports Club. Together with his teammates, he attended the 2015 Gamers Assembly. PunchLine took over the group stage with a 4-0 record and continued their run in the playoffs. There, they defeated W3 Sakaplé and Inovacio before falling prey to Origen and getting knocked down to the loser’s bracket. Fortunately, they managed to break into the final bracket, but a 0-2 loss to Millenium put an end to their run.

2016

Afterward, Nisqy played for teams like inFamouS Esport and E-corp Gaming, securing a number of top-3 finishes at smaller tournaments. That wasn’t enough for him, though, and he joined Melty eSport Club in the 2016 EU CS Summer Qualifiers. Unfortunately, his team fell short in the group stage and couldn’t advance further.

This prompted Nisqy to join Team Orora in the 2016 TPL Finals. With his help, Orora dominated the competition, taking down the likes of SAW e-Sports, Victorious Ace, and SuperMassive TNG to win their TCL spot. Despite this success, Nisqy parted ways with the organization to play for Fnatic Academy (FNA).

2017

Together with his new teammates, Nisqy breezed through the 2017 EU CS Spring Qualifiers, taking down Team Forge to advance to the Challenger Series. FNA had a decent showing in the regular season, but they picked up the slack and defeated Paris Saint-Germain in a close 5-game series. With that, they qualified for the Promotion Tournament. And while their run came down to the wire, Fnatic Academy scored back-to-back victories against Giants Gaming and Misfits Academy and made it into the EU LCS.

Nisqy’s performance caught the eye of Team EnVyUs, and they invited him to play in the 2017 NA LCS Summer Split. With his help, EnVy turned around their losing streak. They secured an 8-10 record and finished the regular season in sixth place, effectively qualifying for the playoffs. But the holes in their macro were far too glaring, and they lost 2-3 in their Quarterfinals series against CLG.

2018

When Riot Games denied EnVy’s franchising application, Nisqy joined Splyce in the EU LCS.

Nisqy International Tournaments

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