After Bae-In “Wadid” Kim’s tryouts with ROCCAT before last season, Wadid impressed ROCCAT’s Petter “Hjarnan” Freyschuss so much he insisted the Korean join him in the bot lane. Meanwhile, his coaches touted his enthusiasm and communication skills.
At the start of 2018, he and his bot lane buddy, Hjarnan, joined forces with G2 Esports to help rebuild the Kings of Europe. While G2 got better as their synergy continued to grow throughout the 2018 EU LCS Spring Split, their crown was eventually snatched from them by Fnatic in the finals. Now that Wadid and G2 have a split of experience under their belts, they’re aiming to take their throne back. Wadid will need to help set up his carries for success if G2 Esports wants to survive this crazy new meta. Practice is over -- it’s time for Wadid to rise.