Elliott 'aizyesque' Griffiths

I’d like to be the first to say: Welcome back! We’ve certainly missed you at the top level of ERL competition. Tell us what the off-season was like for you.

guy

To be honest, this off-season was pretty hectic for me. It was the first time I had so much interest from organisations outside of the UK.

There were a good two to three weeks where I was trialling every day, and it looked like I would get one of my preferred options. But one by one, offers fell through, and by December I had no more trials and no offers.

I thought it was over but as a last resort I decided to message every team in the NLC, and thankfully received many positive replies. I did tryouts and spoke to some of the team’s coaching staff to get a feel for which team I liked best.

Once I settled on Singularity, I worked with coaches Torok and Kiao to make sure that we had a team for 2021 which I was confident in. Thankfully, it all worked out in the end.

Elliott 'aizyesque' Griffiths

Glad it worked out. On paper, the academy teams – BT Excel and Fnatic Rising – look to dominate NLC. What do you think of Team Singularity’s roster in comparison to the competition? What are your expectations for spring?

guy