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|Team Dignitas [DIG]|
|Team Captain:||Lewis "ShadowNightmare" Farrell|
|Heroes of the Storm:||Dignitas|
|League of Legends:||Team Dignitas|
|Smite Profile:||Team Dignitas|
Biography[edit | edit source]
With the Team Dignitas legacy ending in North America, their European journey has only just begun. Captained by long time veteran Youngbae, Team Dignitas is a mix of players from four different SPL teams from Season 1. Each player has proven themselves to be effective in their respective role, but faced relegations at the end of the Spring Split. They’ll have their work cut out for them to become a top European contender this Summer Split.
History[edit | edit source]
Team Dignitas is an International e-Sports team headquartered in Great Britain. It was founded on September 9, 2003 as a fusion of the Battlefield 1942 clans Legion Condor and Sweden Kompanix. Later on, more teams were added to the organization, and in July 2004 Team Dignitas was registered as a company - Team Dignitas Ltd. Michael "ODEE" O'Dell is the current Managing Director of Team Dignitas. In addition to their SMITE team, Dignitas also sponsors teams and players for League of Legends, Battlefield 3, Counter Strike, Fifa, various fighting games, Quake Live, racing games, and StarCraft II.
Timeline[edit | edit source]
- January 18, Team Dignitas' former roster doesn't renew their contract, branching out to create their own team named Team Eager.
- February 7, Team Dignitas picks up the roster of Novus Orsa. Youngbae, FrostiaK, ShadowNightmare, Variety, and FrezzOO join the new Team Dignitas along with Coach Barn.
- June 28th, Team Dignitas finish 6th in the SMITE Pro League EU Summer Season, earning $12,000.
- July 23, AnatoLiy' is moved to a coaching position. Shing is the new solo laner who will be active after SPL Kick Off NA LAN.
- August 22, ShadowQ and TheBest leave Team Dignitas. DaretoCare and Gnaw fill their respective positions.
- August 31, ADUR0 leaves Team Dignitas to compete in the Challenger Cup.
Player Roster[edit | edit source]
Active[edit | edit source]
Former[edit | edit source]
|Variety||Harry Cumming||Solo||Hungry For More|
|Lassiz||Drew Boyd||Jungler; Captain||Eager|
|Aror||Max Jackson||Guardian||COGnitive Gaming|
|ShadowQ||Erich Grabowski||Guardian||Denial eSports|
|TheBest||Jeremy Dailey||Mid||COGnitive Gaming|
Tournament Results[edit | edit source]
|08-30-13 - 09-02-13||PAX Prime LAN||1st||$10 000|
|12-28-13||SMITE End of Year 10k||2nd||$2 500|
|01-04-14||SMITE Path to 200k Week #1||2nd||$350|
|01-11-14||SMITE Path to 200k Week #2||2nd||$350|
|01-18-14||SMITE Path to 200k Week #3||2nd||$350|
|01-25-14||SMITE Path to 200k Week #4||2nd||$350|
|01-31-14||SMITE Path to 200k Week #5||3rd||$150|
|02-08-14||SMITE Path to 200k Week #6||3rd||$150|
|02-15-14||SMITE Path to 200k Week #7||2nd||$350|
|02-22-14||SMITE Path to 200k Week #8||3rd||$350|
|03-30-14||Smite Launch Tournament||2nd||$52,300|
|04-12-14||SMITECentral Battle for Olympus #2||2nd||N/A|
|08-09-14||SPL NA Kick-Off LAN||2nd||$12 500|
|06-28-2015||SMITE Pro League EU Summer Season||8th||$10,000|