Steeelback | LoL Esports
Pierre “Steeelback” Medjaldi started his esports career wandering between organizations. After spending a brief time with GSI Gaming, Steeelback moved to SK Gaming Prime. However, the team failed to beat out Reason Gaming in the online knockout round of the EU Challenger Series, and as a result, he left SK Gaming Prime and signed with Fnatic in early 2015. Steeelback had a fantastic first season in the EU LCS, earning an 8.9 KDA and playing an integral role in Fnatic’s playoff victory. Despite having a strong debut season, Steeelback was moved to the bench in order to make room for Rekkles as Fnatic’s starting AD carry.