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Team Huma was a European Challenger team.


Huma was announced on December 14th, 2015, as a new European Challenger team with a roster including Werlyb, Santorin, Godbro, HolyPhoenix, and je suis kaas.[1] HolyPhoenix's inclusion was the first high-profile Turkish import to the European scene. At the time of announcement, the team was playing in the EUCS 2016 Spring Open Qualifier. Huma advanced to the main qualifier and successfully entered the EUCS Spring Season. They finished the round robin with a 3-1-1 set record, winning a tiebreaker with Inspire eSports based on their 2-0 head-to-head record.

On the last day of the split, an article was released by the Daily Dot alleging that Huma's management had failed to provide compensation to their players and staff in a timely matter or at all. Additionally, the organization had refused offers to sell the roster to compLexity and was instead looking to sell Santorin's contract to Ember or another team for a buyout.[2] Statements were released by multiple support staff members corroborating the claims.[3][4][5] Dentist, Kubz, and Kamikazplatypus left the team the same day as releasing their statements.

A few days after the statements were released, Santorin left the team for Ember.[6][7] Former Unicorns of Love substitute jungler Rudy joined the team in his place.[8] Addditionally, Kubz announced his intent to rejoin the team contingent on receiving payment ahead of time.[9] Ultimately, no punishment was given to owner Behdad Jaafarian by Riot, though he stated he would voluntarily step down from team ownership.[10]

After the whole scandal, Team Huma's CEO, Behdad "Behi" Jaafarian, tried to rebirth the organization. [11] Unfortunately, even though he brought new staff members to the team, he failed to recreate a good reputation. Eventually, the team disbanded on August 2016. [12]


Player Roster




|- |Iran | Behi |Behdad Jaafarian |CEO


|- |Canada | Kubz |Kublai Barlas |Head Coach |Cloud9logo std.png Cloud9 |- |Germany | Dentist |Karl Krey |Business Relations Manager |45px Summoner's Inn |- |Canada | Kamikazplatypus |Jonathon McDaniel |Head Analyst |Template:None

  • Nicole, Manager. Nationality: us.

|- |USA | Matthewedagowa |Matt Kang |Coach |Template:None |- |South Korea | |Daniel Rhee |Analyst/Business Relations |Template:None |- |USA | Striker |Joey Pecora |Marketing |Template:None |- |United Kingdom | |Usman Mohammad |Head of Partner Relations |Template:None |- |Spain | Strand |Albert Strand |Graphic Designer |Template:None |- |United Kingdom | Ginog |Adam Watson |Resident Videographer |Template:None |- |Denmark | Vorborg |Daniel Vorborg |Head Coach |EURONICS Gaminglogo std.png EURONICS Gaming |- |Germany | Arvindir |Danusch Fischer |Strategic Coach |Iguana Esportslogo std.png Iguana Esports |- |Portugal | Cat |Catarina Fattori |Head of Public Relations |Template:None |- |United Kingdom | Alster |Ali Rezvan |Head of Creative Services |Template:None |- |United Kingdom | |Samar Rezvan |Operations Advisor |Template:None |}

Team Achievements

In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2016-03-27 LCS logo small.png I1ZNQ 2016 EU LCS Summer Promotion 1 : 3 Giants Gaminglogo std.png Giants Gaming
2016-03-15 CS EU logo.png A11st 2016 EUCS Spring Playoffs 3 : 2 Copenhagen Wolveslogo std.png Copenhagen Wolves € 9,000
2016-02-24 CS EU logo.png A22nd 2016 EUCS Spring Round Robin 3-1-1 Blanklogo std.pngGroup Stage (W/L)
In Major Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2016-01-20 I1Q 2016 EUCS Spring Qualifiers 3 : 0 Illuminar Gaminglogo std.png Illuminar Honor Gaming
2016-01-06 I1Q 2016 EUCS Spring Qualifiers Open Qualifier 0 : 2 Milleniumlogo std.png Millenium

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