Damonte is an American League of Legends player and positional coach who plays and coaches for Counter Logic Gaming. He is one of the few domestic mid laners competing in the North American LCS. He competed in the LCS alongside Pobelter and Goldenglue. Damonte has extensive experience in the League of Legends pro circuit and is well known for his strong mid laner playstyle.
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Damonte was suspended from the North American League of Legends Championship Series (NA LCS) after he was caught using profanity and hate speech in-game. Damonte was also placed on probation, meaning that he cannot play the first five games of the Summer Split. His ban is in effect until June 29, and he will be eligible to return on July 1.
Damonte began playing the League of Legends competitively in January 2015. He first played with the amateur team, “Mini Me,” and competed as a mid laner. Damonte then joined the team of Echo Fox’s academy team, Delta Fox, and competed in the Challenger Series.
Damonte’s road to Worlds wasn’t without its bumps and bruises. The Clutch team’s initial season was hampered by a lack of synergy. During the Summer Split, the team experimented with starting lineups. Damonte’s benching during that time was an unnerving experience. Though he was never threatened with losing his job, he felt it was unfair and disrespectful.
Career in LCS
Damonte Wade is a former professional League of Legends player. He joined Serpentis eSports in October 2015 and played in the HTC Ascension Cup. However, his time with the team was short-lived after he was eliminated during the NACS Spring Qualifier in January 2016. Following his disbandment from Serpentis, Damonte joined Destined For Glory in June to play in the Summer Open Qualifier. The team then fell to Cloud9 Challenger in the Main Qualifier. After a month, he then signed with Nova eSports.
His strong play has earned him a place in the LCS and helped him improve his reputation in the North American mid lane. Despite some negative press about his lack of experience and lack of knowledge in the game, Damonte’s performance in the LCS Regional Qualifier allowed him to prove himself to the community. As a result, he has become one of the most respected mid laners in the league.
While the trip to Worlds was a big step forward for Damonte, the road was not easy. During the Summer Split, his team struggled to find synergy that allowed them to compete in the League of Legends championship. In addition, the Clutch coaching staff tried out new starting lineups, and Damonte was benched. While this was uncomfortable for him, he didn’t feel threatened and he remained confident about his chances of success.
The upcoming Summer Split will prove to be a crucial time for the laning scene. The bottom lane is where 100 Thieves struggle to gain leads. This season, Nick “Inero” Smith and Victor “FBI” Huang would both show their potential as carries.
Extensive LCS experience
Tanner Damonte has extensive League of Legends experience, most recently as a positional coach for Counter Logic Gaming. He is also a substitute mid laner for CLG Academy. Damonte began playing competitively in January 2015 and has played for several teams. His first professional team was Infinity Esports, which competed in the NACS Spring Qualifier. He has also played for Delta Fox, a team that competed in the Challenger Series.
Damonte has been following the LCS since high school and has always dreamed of stepping onto the final stage and seeing a packed house. His ambition is to win the LCS and give domestic fans their day in the sun. As a League of Legends player, he is now determined to reach the next level and make his fans happy.
Damonte has not played competitive League of Legends in over a year. He started the year as the starting mid laner of 100 Thieves but was demoted to the academy roster after 100 Thieves acquired Felix “Abbedagge” Braun from Schalke 04 in April. This left 100 Thieves with three midlaners. As a result, Damonte mutually parted ways with the team. However, Damonte has now found a new team to play for.
Damonte joined CLG last week, replacing Eugene “Pobelter” Park in mid lane. However, Damonte’s first few games for CLG were disappointing. His team went 0-3 against their opponents without preparing for the game properly. He was outmatched by Cloud9 and Team Liquid, and was unable to make the most of his debut in the mid lane.