Divios

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Nicklaus Neumeyer
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September 1999
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Nicklaus "Divios" Neumeyer is a Canadian SMITE player. He is currently playing solo for Team Eager
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Divios was born in Vancouver, British Columbia and currently lives in Maple Ridge, British Columbia. At the age of 9 he started playing video games, and has before starting on Smite primarily played Minecraft and Team Fortress 2.

Known for his deep god pool and aggressive playstyle, Divios is always keen to shake up the meta. He was the first player to bring out  Janus in a competitive game, during a time when many considered him bad. At the start of the Season 2 Spring Split, he brought out  Hades, another character many considered to be bad, and performed dominantly against the former world champions Cloud 9 it had to be banned away in their next two games.

On September 28th 2015, he was benched by Team SoloMid due to attitude problems.

On January 23rd he was announced to have joined Team Eager. He had a strong spring split, bringing off-meta and unconventional solo laners such as  Ratatoskr and  Chaac. Despite this, his most impressive god was  Ravana, played an astounding 12 times over the course of the split and had a strong 85% win rate on him.

Player Team History
Team Eager
Jan 2016
Team SoloMid
Nov 2015
Team SoloMid
Mar 2015
The Name Changers
Mar 2015
The Name Changers
Feb 2015
COGnitive Red
Feb 2015
COGnitive Red
Jun 2014
Latest Matches
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April 28th
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April 28th
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January 7th
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January 6th
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January 5th


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