19 November 2017 - 21:07

Pr0lly may return to North America to coach 100 Thieves

After a four year stay with H2K Gaming, Pr0lly might be coming home.
League of Legends Writer
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H2K head coach Neil "Pr0lly" Hammad might be making his return to North America, according to an ESPN report.

After four years with H2K Gaming as the team's head coach, Pr0lly will reportedly leave Europe to join the new Cleveland Cavaliers owned NA LCS team, 100 Thieves.

A former NA LCS player, Pr0lly joined H2K Gaming at the end of 2014, right after the European team qualified for the EU LCS through the spring expansion tournament. Pr0lly helped lead H2K Gaming to many top placings in the regular season and two appearances at the World Championship.

Lauded as the best coach in Europe, Pr0lly's efforts were rewarded with multiple EU LCS coach of the split awards. 

Now, Pr0lly will reportedly make his way back to North America and join 100 Thieves, a new team that entered the NA LCS through the permanent partnership program. Backed by the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers, the 100 Thieves esports division is run by former Call of Duty professional player, Matthew "Nadeshot" Haag. Aside from this report about the addition of Pr0lly, not much else is known about 100 Thieves' upcoming lineup.

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