SLG

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SLG
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Background Information
NameNorwen Le Galloudec
Country of BirthFrance France
BirthdayFebruary 23, 1996 (age 23)
Residency
EU
 Europe
Competitive
RolePlayer
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Team History
Dec 2015 - Dec 2015
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Excellence Gaminglogo std.pngExcellence Gaming
Dec 2015 - Dec 2016
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PuLse Gaminglogo std.pngPuLse Gaming
Jan 2017 - Oct 2017
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Supremacylogo std.pngSupremacy
Feb 2018 - ??? 2018
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Fable Esportslogo std.pngFable Esports
??? 2018 - ??? 2018
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Logo std.pngLucid Gaming
Norwen "SLG" Le Galloudec was previously a player for Lucid Gaming. One of the top competitors from France, SLG has played for teams like Supremacy and PuLse Gaming.

Biography

Halo 5: Guardians

Striving to qualify for the Halo World Championship 2016 through the EMEA Regional Finals, SLG joined Excellence Gaming alongside KrYsTaLiXx, Rs8 and CxLii. The team competed in the XES France online qualifier series, placing strongly in their five cups under Excellence. On December 2nd, the Excellence roster was acquired by PuLse Gaming. The PuLse roster finished the XES run strongly, and took 1st place in the Group Stage tournament to qualify for Halo World Championship Tour: Paris. At the Paris event, PuLse proved themselves as France's strongest team, qualifying for the EMEA Regionals. At Regionals, PuLse narrowly missed out on qualifying for Worlds after losing to FAB Games eSports in the first round of the Championship Bracket.

After Regionals, SLG and PuLse set their sights on qualifying for the Summer 2016 Pro League. They replaced Rs8 with SolaR and successfully qualified for the League in the LCQ. After a poor start to the season, PuLse replaced KrYsTaLiXx and SolaR with Fragxr and PuniShR. The new acquisitions helped them win some matches, but they still finished in last place and faced Relegation. At Relegation, PuLse again came in strong, taking 1st place and solidifying their spot in the Fall Season. PuLse went into the Fall season as the only team to not make a roster change in the offseason. The benefits were clear, as PuLse's performance improved enough for them to finish 4-6, good enough for 4th place and a spot in their first Season Finals. At Finals, PuLse came out slow with a 4-0 loss to the dominant FAB Games eSports, but rebounded with a 4-1 upset victory over the higher seeded Team Vibe. In the Losers' Finals, they were defeated 4-2 by Team Infused, taking 3rd place.

On December 8th, 2016, SLG declared free agency. He eventually rejoined PuniShR and Fragxr (as well as former teammate SolaR) on Supremacy, which inherited PuLse's seed. The new Supremacy's first task was qualifying for Halo World Championship 2017, and they'd need a top 2 finish at Gfinity London 2017 to do it. Despite an early loss to Pace Making Pandas, Supremacy staged a dramatic Losers Bracket run which included a 3-0 revenge victory over the Pandas. They defeated Team Infused 4-3 to clinch their trip to Worlds, but could not muster more than a single game against FAB Games eSports, settling for 2nd. At Worlds, Supremacy finished in the top 12 after losing to OpTic Gaming, TMMT Crowd Pleasers and Team EnVyUs.

Supremacy struggled during the Summer 2017 Pro League, ultimately finishing in third with a 3-2 record after 4-0 losses to the top two teams - Team Infused and Invictus. The placing was strong enough to qualify for the Championship Bracket at DreamHack Atlanta, where they were again swept by Invictus before being eliminated in four games by The GosuCrew for a top sixteen finish.

For the Fall 2017 EU Circuit, Supremacy replaced SolaR with Nurix. After low finishes in two of the cups, Supremacy stepped it up on LAN at Gfinity London, taking out Vexed Gaming and sweeping exceL eSports before being swept out of the Winners Finals by Team Infused. Supremacy responded with another victory over Vexed, but they could muster only a single map win in their Finals rematch against Infused, going home in second and qualifying for the DreamHack Denver Championship Bracket. SLG took 1st place in the FFA portion of the event. In the lead-up to Denver, Supremacy officially announced the Nurix signing. In Denver, Supremacy were again beat in the first round, this time by American pro team Ronin Esports. They were able to beat fellow European team exceL eSports in their first Elimination match, but they fell to Str8 Rippin in a 3-2 nailbiter in the following round, ultimately taking a top twelve finish.

Going into Halo World Championship 2018 season, SLG initially built a team consisting of himself, Qristola, Phlux, and Jimbo. Jimbo and Phlux left after the first week of the season and were replaced by Snakey and Morguhhh on the team now known as Soaring. The following week, Morguhhh was replaced by a familiar face in Fragxr. This roster was signed by Fable Esports on February 4. At MLG Orlando, Fable were able to secure a top twelve finish by defeating Mindfreak before being eliminated by Oxygen Supremacy. Fable made it to round four at Gfinity London before being knocked out by Vexed Gaming. In the losers bracket, they 3-0d Mock-it Esports (for the second time) to clinch their Worlds spot before securing top three with a 4-2 win over Myztro Gaming. They were then sent home in third by Vexed Gaming.

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