|Country of Birth||Iraq|
|Peak League||Challenger I, 950 LP|
|Team||Start Date||End Date||Role|
"Inori" (Real Name: Rami Charagh) is an Iraqi-Canadian League of Legends player, currently the Jungler for BeykentUni̇ YouthCREW.
Rami "Inori" Charagh was born in Baghdad, Iraq and currently lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He received multiple invitations to join amateur teams for the North American Challenger Series, and has played for COGnitive Gaming and Denial Esports (from March 21, 2014 to July 12, 2014).
On September 30th, 2014 Liquid Inori became a founding member of a new Enemy eSports lineup, along with teammates cackgod, Wolfe, otter, and Bodydrop. The team took second in the Fall Black Monster Cup, losing to Team LoLPro in the finals.
Enemy eSports qualified for the Spring Expansion Tournament via the ranked 5's ladder under the name The cackson 5. In the Expansion Tournament they won their first-round match against Noble Truth 2-0 but then lost 0-2 to Team Fusion in the second round of the tournament and were eliminated.
In March 2015, after Azingy left TSM Darkness to play for Team Dignitas in the LCS and then Sojin substituted for them for one week, Inori joined TSM Darkness and jungled for them in the last two weeks of the Spring Challenger Season. The team finished in fifth place in the season, after winning a tiebreaker game against CLG Black. When the team renamed to Elomingle after losing TSM's sponsorship, Inori left and later joined Odyssey Gaming. After entering the NACS Summer Qualifier with the top ladder seed, they were eliminated in the second round of their bracket by Cloud9 Tempest.
Due to visa issues, Inori couldn't participate in the league for the first three week of the summer split. He later gained fame during week 8 of the season by handing [Team Solomid] their only defeat of the season with a Rengar pocket pick. It was from then on that the team found some semblemce of team synergy to end their first season on a strong note and to later re-qualify for the 2017 spring season after defeating Echo Fox in the winner bracket.
- Enjoys playing baseball and basketball
- Thinks playing support at high Elo is fun and wouldn't mind switching to that role.
- Name comes from the character "Inori" from the anime "Guilty Crown."
|2016-08-07||2017 NA LCS Spring Promotion||p1 3 : 0 Echo Fox|
|2014-11-03||2014 Black Monster Cup North America Fall||Enemy eSports 1 : 2 Team LoLPro|
- May 7th - Hey I'm LiquidInori and I just reached challenger in Korea! AMA. with Reddit
- June 26th - Inori on his return to Phoenix1: 'I really hope I can change [where my team is at'] with TheScore Esports
- September 2nd - Inori on visiting the NA LCS Summer Finals and spreading the 17-P1 meme with YAHOO! Esports
- February 1st - Inori: “I think other orgs maybe put too much pressure on the players to perform.” with Slingshot Esports
- February 2nd - Inori talks Phoenix1's performance this split and Ryu's demand for a house cat with YAHOO! Esports
- March 5th - Inori explains his absence: "I feel like I'm getting rejected by my team... I just want to prove myself." with Blitz Esports
- April 27th - P1 Inori on proving himself in his hometown: ‘People were chanting put Meteos back in. It pushed me to play harder’ with YAHOO! Esports
- June 8th - P1 Inori believes the player’s association should limit player hours, help with contracts with YAHOO! Esports
- June 19th - Inori professes his love for Ivern & talks hopes for his career with Blitz Esports
- June 27th - Inori: “I just want to play like my old self, like when I first started on P1. That was the happiest I was in my life.” with Slingshot Esports
Articles & Videos
- July 24th - A Soaring Phoenix1 Topples an LCS Titan by Cass Marshall (redbull.com)
- July 27th - Phoenix1's Inori explains how he led his underdogs to the biggest upset of the season vs. TSM by Pete Volk (riftherald.com)
- December 8th - Ivern, power flower or tree stump? We ask the pros by Pieter van Hulst (redbull.com)
- March 1st - Junglers Are About Personal Power in 2017 by Xander Torres (redbull.com)
- March 17th - Meteos or Inori: A look at Phoenix1's jungle dilemma by Emily Rand (esports.yahoo.com)
- April 14th - Returning to Form: Phoenix1 Inori by Emily Rand (esports.yahoo.com)
- Roar's tweet twitter.com
- Phoenix1 replaces Team Impulse, picks up Gate, Mash, Slooshi, and more espn.go.com