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Former Fnatic mid laner Nisqy joins MAD Lions for the LEC 2022 Summer

After failing to find a team in the 2021 postseason, mid laner Yasin ‘Nisqy’ Dinçer was signed to the MAD Lions. He will replace rookie mid laner Stever ‘Reeker’ Chen, who will now play for Team BDS Academy in the LFL.

On May 4, MAD Lions announced they were parting ways with LEC mid laner Reeker following a disappointing split that left them unable to qualify for the playoffs.

Reeker was a rookie brought in by Prime League side BIG to replace former mid laner Marek ‘Humanoid’ Brázda after he joined Fnatic in early 2022.

His performance during the Spring Split, while by no means the worst in the LEC, was lackluster. He will now return to his ERL roots to join Team BDS Academy in the LFL.

A belated return for Nisqy

MAD was quick to announce his replacement, confirming on May 5th that his new mid laner would be none other than Nisqy, formerly of Fnatic. Nisqy was one of several high-profile players who failed to find a home in the 2021 postseason and ended up without a team in early 2022.

He will join the MAD Lions for the duration of the LEC Summer Split, although his contract length is not currently being specified by MAD. The team, which won back-to-back national titles in 2021, will be looking to bounce back from their disappointing spring split, with qualifying for the World Cup the ultimate goal of the summer.

Nisqy is a two-time Worlds competitor. He qualified for the tournament once in 2019 with the Cloud9 of the LCS and once in 2021 with Fnatic in the LEC.

Notoriously marred by controversy after AD carry Elias ‘Upset’ Lipp had to depart due to personal tragedy, that Fnatic run was Nisqy’s final appearance on the international stage.

After returning from the Worlds, he was unable to find a starting spot in time for the Spring roster lockdown deadline and was left without a team before being picked up by MAD Lions for the Summer Split.

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