Paul "sOAZ" Boyer is a true esports veteran, with a career going back to 2010. Before signing with Origen he had been a rock in the top lane for Fnatic for over two years, joining the squad in two World Championship runs. After the 2014 Season concluded, Fnatic entered a rebuilding process which saw nearly the entire roster head their separate ways. Following his departure from Fnatic, Origen founder and mid laner Enrique "xPeke" Cedeño Martínez courted sOAZ to be the final addition to his new Challenger Series venture. sOAZ jumped at the chance, where he was instrumental in Origen's runs through the Challenger circuit, multiple EU LCS Splits, and even a World Championship appearance.
sOAZ decided to return to Fnatic in 2017 as their starting top laner, after another frustrating split for Origen led to many players searching for greener pastures. He brings tons of experience (and his trusty baguette) back to Fnatic where he’s aiming to add to his long list of professional accolades. sOAZ would tell you that he’s got plenty left in the tank for another shot at Worlds, but he’ll have to fight his way through the Spring Split first. You shouldn’t worry though, it seems like this is something he’s done before.