Es kündigte sich bereits in der vergangenen Zeit an: Meteos und Thieves gehen erneut getrennte Wege. Beide Seiten sollen sich auf eine. Thieves releases Meteos. This follows what has been a rather disappointing outing at the LCS Summer Split for the team. Juli Die Thieves haben am Dienstagabend die Trennung von William 'Meteos' Hartman verkündet, nachdem sich beide Seiten auf eine.
League of Legends: Meteos verlässt 100 ThievesThieves ist eine in Los Angeles, Vereinigte Staaten, ansässige professionelle Thieves begrüßen Meteos, ssumday und Ryu. summoners-21stcenturywhips.com, Der LoL-Spieler Meteos, der mit Cloud 9 die LCS gewann, wurde von Thieves rausgeworfen, nachdem dieser auf Twitter Entscheidungen. Following a start in the League of Legends Championship Series Summer Split, Thieves benched jungler William "Meteos" Hartman and support.
Meteos 100 Thieves Blog of Legends VideoWhere could Meteos go next? 100 Thieves jungler released from LCS team - ESPN Esports William Hartman, better known as Meteos, is an American professional League of Legends player in the jungler role. In the League of Legends Championship Series, Meteos has played for Cloud9, Thieves (twice), OpTic Gaming, and FlyQuest. During his time on Cloud9, Meteos won two NA LCS titles and appeared in every split. Join us as we welcome back Meteos to the LCS Roster!SUBSCRIBE: 21stcenturywhips.com Meteos: Twitter: 21stcenturywhips.com Instag. Meteos announces Thieves exit, apologises for "unprofessional" outburst William “Meteos” Hartman has announced he is stepping away from T but states he will be available if the team needs him. By Sam "Initia1ise" Hapgood - Published on July 22, A few weeks ago League of Legend s player William "Meteos" Hartman was benched from the starting roster of the Thieves LCS team. As he found out about the decision he called out his coaches for. Thieves jungler Meteos was benched by the team last night and he was not happy. On Sunday night, Thieves jungler Williams “Meteos” Hartman announced on Twitter that he had been benched after three weeks of LCS. Coincidentally, this exact same cycle occurred with his last stint on Thieves, something the jungler made fun of in his. Interner Ärger bei den Thieves: William 'Meteos' Hartman und William 'Stunt' Chen verlieren ihre Stammplätze und der erfahrene Jungler. Die Thieves haben am Dienstagabend die Trennung von William 'Meteos' Hartman verkündet, nachdem sich beide Seiten auf eine. Andere kritisieren kurzerhand die Organisation. Anzeige. Für das Team der Thieves aus der amerikanischen League-of-Legends-Liga LCS. Es kündigte sich bereits in der vergangenen Zeit an: Meteos und Thieves gehen erneut getrennte Wege. Beide Seiten sollen sich auf eine.
It was at this point that other highly ranked players started to notice and be familiar with the notorious Skarner one-trick pony. Meteos got one of his first tastes in competitive LoL as a sub for CLG Black during a King of the Hill tournament.
Link , CLG Black's midlaner at the time, highly praised Meteos for his jungling talent and foresaw a bright future in him. At some point, Meteos and his friends decided to make a team called Team Normal Stars to compete in Go4LoL tournaments.
Although they started to consistently win them after a few months, they disbanded before the first NA LCS qualifiers because their Top laner was too young.
WildTurtle , whom Meteos met in solo queue, asked him to sub for Cloud 9 for a few tournament. TrickZ , the jungler for Cloud 9 at the time, continued to be unavailable.
This gave Meteos more and more opportunities to spend time and play for Cloud 9 in tournaments such as MLG Rising Stars Invitational and IPL 6 qualifiers.
As Cloud 9 continued to succeed with Meteos in the jungle, the team decided to keep him on their starting roster. In February of , Meteos was placed on Complexity as a substitute jungler.
On March 19, , Meteos was part of a group of LCS players penalized by Riot for Elo-boosting. His accounts were suspended for 2 weeks and had all Season 2 rewards revoked.
On April 1, , the Cloud9 roster consisting of Balls , Meteos, Hai , SnEaKyCaStRoO , and LemonNation was acquired by Quantic Gaming. The team's activity under the Quantic brand was short-lived as the team was reacquired by a newly managed Cloud9 prior to their LCS debut against Team Dignitas.
This would mark the beginning of his phenomenal KDA scores for the Season 3 Summer Split , where he finished with a record high Meteos and the rest of Cloud 9 went on to become the first non-founding LCS team to become champions in their inaugural split - a feat that is still yet to be replicated.
They went on to become quarterfinalists in the World Championship having a received a first round bye for winning the Summer Split. In the quarterfinals, Cloud9 lost to EU LCS champions Fnatic At their first international pre-season tournament, IEM Season VIII - Cologne in November , Cloud9 received a bye into the second round and competed against Gambit Gaming from Russia.
Here, Meteos' Nocturne proved to be ineffective against Diamondprox and his squad. Gambit swept Cloud9 , marking their second immediate exit from an international tournament.
In December, Cloud9 joined four other North American LCS teams at Battle of the Atlantic , facing European champions Fnatic for the second time.
Cloud 9 maintained their dominance in the NA region by winning their second consecutive LCS split, qualifying them for All-Star Paris Unfortunately, Hai's lung collapsed prior to the event, hospitalizing him and requiring the team to play with a substitute midlaner.
Cloud 9 acquired Link from Counter Logic Gaming for the duration of the all-star event. The team went in the group stage, losing only to SK Telecom T1 K.
In the bracket stage were eliminated in the first round by OMG , losing In the summer playoffs , despite placing first in the regular season, they took second place overall, losing to Team SoloMid in the finals The second-place finish qualified them for the Season World Championship , where they were drawn into Group D along with NaJin White Shield , Alliance , and KaBuM!
Cloud 9 went in the group, drawing with NaJin Shield for first place but losing the tiebreaker game.
They were eliminated from the tournament in the quarterfinals, falling to Samsung Blue. Cloud 9 was the North American team fan-voted to IEM San Jose.
Due to their IEM San Jose victory, Cloud9 qualified for IEM Katowice in March. Domestically, they underperformed at the start of the season, and were in 8th place at the end of the second week of the spring LCS split.
However, they improved over the course of the season, ending with a second-place finish behind Team SoloMid and a playoff bye; after beating Team Liquid , Cloud9 lost to TSM in the finals and finished the split overall in second place.
Due to mid laner Hai's retirement, Cloud9's summer split did not go as well as their spring split had. After the 5th week of the split, the team was at a cumulative record and part of a 3-way tie for 7th place with Enemy and Team 8.
Looking to bring back their former shot caller, the team replaced Meteos with Hai, who switched positions to jungle, for the rest of the season.
After the end of the regular season, Cloud9 announced their intent to build a Challenger team around Meteos. Instead of playing on Cloud9 Challenger in the Summer Season, Meteos rejoined the main roster, while Rush moved to Challenger.
Favoring Rek'Sai and Gragas , Meteos re-acclimated to competitive play and helped Cloud9 to a series record and a third-place finish for the Regular Season.
In the Playoffs , Cloud9 defeated Team EnVyUs and Immortals before falling to TSM in the finals; their second-place result was their best placement since Spring In the Regional Finals , or the gauntlet, Cloud9 faced and defeated both EnVyUs and Immortals to qualify for the World Championship for the fourth consecutive year.
At Worlds Cloud9 made it out of groups in 2nd place with a record but got knocked out in the Quarterfinals after an loss to Samsung Galaxy.
In the off-season, Meteos was moved to substitute by Cloud9. He left the team and joined Phoenix1 before Week 5 of the spring split , after Inori took a leave of absence from the team.
Meteos played in all but three of their remaining games, and Phoenix1 went in series with him starting, finishing in third with an record.
However, Inori returned to the starting position for the playoffs and Meteos only played one playoff game, a loss in the semifinals against his former team Cloud9.
P1 was knocked out in the semifinals after that game but managed to win the third-place match against FlyQuest. Meteos stayed with the team for the summer split, but Inori was once again named the starter.
After the team lost their first two series of the season and the first game of a Week 2 series against Cloud9, Meteos was subbed back in, but P1 lost all three games he played in.
After Week 2, Meteos was replaced by rookie MikeYeung. Although he stayed with Phoenix1, he didn't play another game.
P1 was not accepted in the newly franchised LCS for Meteos left the team in November of and joined the newly formed Thieves.
Seemingly regretting his outburst, Meteos deleted the angry tweets and replaced them with a tweet calling the benching a "blessing.
Team Liquid 's Mads " Broxah " Brock-Pedersen didn't take kindly to Meteos' tweets, calling him out on a live stream soon after. Telling the world that you think your coaches and staff have no idea what they're doing," Broxah ranted.
The League of Legends pro spent the Spring Split dealing with a similar situation, as Yiliang " Doublelift " Peng spent the spring expressing his disdain for practice and calling out his coaches for benching him over his attitude.
Next week, Thieves will start Academy jungler Juan " Contractz " Aruto Garcia. Contractz started for Cloud9 in and then played for Golden Guardians later that year.
Admittedly, he most definitely should not have taken to social media in this manner, hurting his overall status with the team.
This type of statement only hurts his chances of getting back on the LCS stage anytime soon. However, if none of his teammates at Thieves knew about the benching, or were consulted in any way, is that the correct way to run a League of Legends organization?
When looking at traditional sports, the players have little to no impact on the starting roster in any given game. If a player feels like they have more synergy with one player or another, they should be able to voice their opinion as a part of the organization.
So yes, the Meteos benching is deserved, and yes, his now-deleted tweets were quite childish and unprofessional. But it can also be true that Thieves did not handle their roster changes in a productive manner.
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Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Printable version Permanent link Page information Page values. This page was last edited on 2 December , at Gamepedia's League of Legends Esports wiki covers tournaments, teams, players, and personalities in League of Legends.Meteos rejoined Thieves for the season, where he would play alongside his teammates Ssumday and Cody Sun. In a spring season dominated by first-place Cloud9, Thieves were part of a cluster of teams hovering around the mark and the playoff picture for most of the split, until a final week brought them into a three-way tie for second place. Thieves defeated. · Thieves jungler Meteos was benched by the team last night and he was not happy. On Sunday night, Thieves jungler Williams “Meteos” Hartman announced on Twitter that he had been benched after three weeks of LCS. Coincidentally, this exact same cycle occurred with his last stint on Thieves, something the jungler made fun of in his original tweet. The Thieves had a very weak start in the LCS Summer Split. With only one victory and 5 defeats, the organization became restless. After all, Worlds is coming up, and Summer Split is important for the qualification to World. Thieves decided to put Meteos on the bench in the third week of LCS.