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Alisa Alexandra Simola
Finland
Finland
August 1997
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nulisa
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Alisa "nulisa" Simola is a Finnish SMITE player. She is currently playing mid for Elevate. She was previously known as Rhilaw.
Biography
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Nulisa was born in and still lives in Vantaa, Finland.

Despite being in the SMITE scene for a long time, Nulisa only first entered the competitive scene in August 2015 after being offered a spot on the Epsilon eSports team roster as a substitute. Since then, she bounced as a sub from team to team until Fnatic disbanded, where she and WorldEdit had sole ownership of the spot. From it, they made Fantastique with members of Forsaken Pro, the team would go on to be a mid-tier team that was soon picked up by Team eLevate. Sadly, due to the language barrier and friction between her and MoGoW, Nulisa was soon kicked for the sake of synergy.

In a strange sense of irony, however, she was asked to sub in for BlizzardFX on eLevate in the 2017 Spring Season, which had the same core, but lacked Jifffy, who retired early in the season. The team split with super team Team Dignitas, and she was brought on to replace BlizzardFX later the same day. BlizzardFX was moved to sub in this move.

Player Team History
Elevate
JoinedElevate
Oct 2016
Fantastique
Oct 2016
Fantastique
Aug 2016
Spicy Waffles
Apr 2016
Spicy Waffles
Mar 2016
Epsilon eSports
Jan 2016
Epsilon eSports
Aug 2015
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