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Background Information
NameCharly Guillard
Country of BirthFrance
TeamTeam LDLC
Social Media
Team History
TeamStart DateEnd DateRole
Logo std2.png Les Frères du Purgatoire0/20141/2015
40px imG1/20156/2015
Milleniumlogo std.png M6/201511/2016
Unicorns Of Lovelogo std.png UOL1/20161/2016
Team Vitalitylogo std.png VIT1/201712/2017
Giants Gaminglogo std.png GIA12/201712/2018
Team-LDLClogo std.png LDLC01/2019Present
"Djoko" (Real Name: Charly Guillard) is a French League of Legends player, currently a Jungler for Team LDLC.

Career History


Djoko joined his first notable team, Les Frères du Purgatoire, towards the end of the season.


At the start of the new season, the team's roster was acquired by Imaginary Gaming. Djoko and the team saw success in a number of tournaments, including a 1st place finish at DreamHack Tours 2015 and a 2nd place finish at Evry Games City 2015. They also competed in the ESL Championnat National Spring Season, winning 2 cups and qualifying for the finals of the tournament before Djoko and the rest of the roster left the organisation to join Millenium.

The team continued to impress with their new organisation, finishing the ESL Championnat National Spring Season in 2nd place, losing to InFamouS Esport in the final of the tournament. This was followed by a 3rd place finish at DreamHack Valencia 2015 after a semifinal loss to Team Dignitas EU, and then a 1st place finish at the ESL PGW Challenge 2015.


Djoko participated with Millenium in PGL LotR Season 1. With the team finishing 3rd in their group, their only remaining path to the playoffs was via the Last Chance group, which they went on to win with a flawless 4-0 record. In the playoffs, Millenium trialled a new roster with I Look Pretty and Hans coming in to replace Bloos and Myw. They were taken down by G2 Esports in the upper semifinal, but then went on to beat Denial eSports EU in the lower semifinal of the tournament. A win over G2 Esports in the teams' second encounter of the playoffs saw Millenium through to the final, where they were taken down by To Infinity and Beyond, resulting in a 2nd place finish for Djoko and the team.

Following the confirmation of the team's new roster, they went on to finish 1st at ASUS Republic of Gamers 2015 and in the Millenium Predator Tournament 2015, sweeping E-corp Gaming in the final of both.

Djoko and the team then participated in the EUCS Spring Open Qualifier, beating Huma in the final of the EUW bracket and qualifying for the full EUCS Spring Qualifier, losing only 1 game in the process. Millenium took down Giants Underdoges in their bracket semifinals before beating Renegades: Banditos in the bracket final, securing the team's qualification for the EUCS Spring Season.



Date Event Result
2016-03-09 2016 EUCS Spring Playoffs SF.png Millenium 0 : 3 Copenhagen Wolveslogo std.png Copenhagen Wolves
2016-02-28 Lyon e-Sport 9 Gold.png M 3 : 0 Renegades Banditoslogo std.png Renegades Banditos
2016-01-19 2016 EUCS Spring Qualifiers Qualified.png m 3 : 1 Renegades Banditoslogo std.png Renegades Banditos
2016-01-06 2016 EUCS Spring Qualifiers Open Qualifier Qualified.png m 2 : 0 Humalogo std.png Huma
Date Event Result
2015-12-19 Millenium Predator Tournament 2015 Gold.png m 3 : 0 E-corp Gaminglogo std.png E-corp Gaming
2015-12-13 ASUS Republic of Gamers 2015 Gold.png m 3 : 0 E-corp Gaminglogo std.png E-corp Gaming
2015-10-20 PGL Legends of the Rift S1 Silver.png m 0 : 2 To Infinity and Beyondlogo std.png To Infinity and Beyond



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