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Sinners Never Sleep

Sinners Never Sleep
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Team Information
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Sinners Never Sleep (previously Uncle Ruckus' Revenge) was a European team formed in January 2013 by previous members of Millenium, myRevenge, Team Solo Mebdi, and Monomaniac eSports.

History

Formation of Uncle Ruckus' Revenge

In January 2013, wewillfailer, Nukeduck, MrRalleZ, Zorozero and Broetoe come together to form the team under the management of Joe "InnerFlame" Elouassi under the name of Uncle Ruckus' Revenge.

Season 3

After changing the team name to Sinners Never Sleep in March and suffering from roster changes, the team started competing in tournaments such as SoloMid EU Invitational 2, and EUW Challenger Series Week 1, placing 1st and 3rd. SNS were able to take 1st place in the ESL Go4LoL 2013 March, allowing them to compete in the LCS Season 3 Go4LoL Summer Promotion Qualifier. They were able to conquer MeetYourMakers in a 2-1 set, winning the qualifier and granting them access to compete for a spot in Riot's Season 3 professional league. The Season 3 EU LCS Summer Promotion was held in May. In the Challenger Tier best of 3 set, the team faced and defeated TCM Gaming 2-1, and then played defending LCS team against All authority in a best of 5. Sinners did a sweep of the opposition 3-0, assuring Sinners Never Sleep a spot as a new LCS team for summer.

On June 12th, 2013 before the start of the Season 3 LCS Summer Split the team was picked up by Lemondogs.

Timeline

  • 2013

Player Roster

Results

  • 2013
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2013 Tournament Results
Date Place Event Result Opponent Prize Roster
2013-05-06 Q   EU LCS S3 Summer Promotion 3 : 0   aAa - ZorozeroNoonianukeduckTabzzwewillfailer
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as Uncle Ruckus' Revenge

  • 2013
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2013 Tournament Results
Date Place Event Result Opponent Prize Roster
2013-04-11     EU LCS S3 Summer Go4LoL Qualifiers 2 : 1   MYM € 10,000 Nukeduck
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Media

Interviews

Articles & Videos

  • 2013

See Also

References