Selfie Domestic Career
Marcin “Selfie” Wolski began his LoL career under the name CHUYOU. Back then, he was a substitute mid laner for MeetYourMakers (MYM). With his help, MYM scored a confident 2-0 against EYES ON U at the SCAN EUW Winter Invitational, but their next series against Cloud9 Europe ended in defeat. CHUYOU played several Go4LoL cups before parting ways with the team.
In the off-season, he changed his name to Selfie and joined SUPA HOT CREW (SHC). SHC brought him as a replacement for their previous mid laner, Moopz, so Selfie only played for the last 3 weeks of the 2014 EU LCS Spring Split. And while he tried his best, it wasn’t enough to turn SHC’s bad luck around.
The team finished the regular season in seventh place, which meant they had to play in the Promotion Tournament. There, they scored a 3-0 victory over Cloud9 Eclipse to defend their EU LCS slot.
Selfie stayed on the team for the 2014 EU LCS Summer Split. SHC did well during the regular season, producing a 16-12 record to secure a third-place finish and qualify for the playoffs. In the Quarterfinals, SHC clashed with Team ROCCAT, losing to them with a 1-3 score. And while they bounced back in the fifth-place match against Millenium, their playoffs run still came to an end.
In the off-season, Selfie changed his name to Kori. He also ended up returning to his old team—MYM—when they acquired the entire SHC roster. It seemed that this lineup was about to turn a new page, but inexplicably, Kori announced that he will be leaving the team several days before the 2015 EU LCS Spring Split.
He later claimed that he wasn’t getting paid by the organization and that one of its managers threatened him over the phone. Kori tried to join Roar in North America, but the contract he signed with MYM meant he had to stay until the end of the year.
Two weeks later, he returned to the team and issued a formal apology. Even so, it’s not exactly surprising that MYM struggled in the regular season, and their last-place finish meant automatic relegation. As for Selfie, he spent the rest of 2015 subbing in for Vortex and Echo Fox.
At first, it seemed like he couldn’t find a team for the 2016 EU LCS Spring Split. But when H2K’s mid laner—Ryu—experienced visa issues, they brought in Selfie as an emergency stand-in. Selfie performed well, winning five out of six games. Still, when Ryu came back, Selfie was moved to the substitute position.
At the end of the spring split, Selfie signed with Misfits Gaming. With his help, Misfits breezed through the 2016 EU CS Summer Qualifiers and entered the Challenger Series. They had a great showing in the 2016 EU CS Summer Split, producing a 4-1-0 record (wins-ties-losses) to break into the playoffs. There, Misfits scored back-to-back victories against Epsilon and Millenium to qualify for the Promotion Tournament. And while they lost their first series against Origen, Misfits bounced back with a confident win over Schalke 04.
With that, they were set to play in the 2017 EU LCS Spring Split. However, Misfits decided to rebuild their roster, and Selfie was cut from the team in favor of PowerOfEvil. He went over to Schalke 04 in an attempt to recapture the lightning in the bottle during the 2017 EU CS Spring Split. But even though Schalke dominated the regular season, they suffered a crushing 1-3 defeat at the hand of Misfits Academy in the playoffs.
After such a disappointing showing, Selfie decided to try his luck on Tempo Storm. Together with his teammates, he took part in the 2017 NA CS Summer Split, securing a 7-3 record and finishing the regular season in third place. The playoffs told a different story, though, as Tempo Storm fell short in a close 5-game series against Gold Coin United.
Selfie spent some time as a substitute for Phoenix1 and Cloud9.
Once again, it looked like no team was willing to give him a chance. But when H2K started struggling in the 2018 EU LCS Spring Split, they brought Selfie to replace their starting mid laner, Caedrel.
Selfie International Tournaments
Over the course of his career, Selfie didn’t attend any international tournaments.