Nisqy reportedly leaving Fnatic to pursue buyout options, Cloud9 reportedly interested

Source: Tina Jo/Riot Games


According to a report by Upcomer, European mid laner Yasin "Nisqy" Dinçer plans to leave Fnatic for next year, after a single season with the prestigious European organization. Because of Nisqy’s lasting until Nov 20, 2023, he will need a team to buyout his contract for the remaining years. Reportedly, Cloud9 is one of the main organizations looking to sign Nisqy.



This comes after reports of Luka "Perkz" Perkovi's desire to leave Cloud9 and reportedly join Team Vitality, which, if true, would mean that C9 is seeking to bring back the mid laner the organization had through 2019-2020 in Nisqy. With Cloud9, Nisqy helped the organization to win LCS Spring 2020, as well as earn an appearance at the 2019 League of Legends World Championship.


The addition of Nisqy to Fnatic yielded good results. Though the team struggled in the 2021 LEC Spring Playoffs, the addition of Adam "Adam" Maanane to the top lane and Gabriël "Bwipo" Rau in the jungle offered more for Nisqy to help enable the success of his team.


Nisqy was voted to the LEC Summer 2021’s 3rd All-Pro Team, and helping his team earn Europe’s second seed going in to the 2021 League of Legends World Championship.


Fnatic qualified for Worlds 2021 as the #2 repreesentative from the LEC, but found itself exiting quickly after going 1-5 in the group stage following the last minute unavailability of starting AD carry Elias "Upset" Lipp. 


Nisqy has been a long-time fixture in the Western competitive scene. In addition to Cloud9 and Fnatic, he has competed with organizations such as Team EnVyUS, Team LDLC, and Splyce. He has received multiple individual awards, and has earned his teams several top placements in both the LEC and LCS. Though he has competed at Worlds twice, he has yet to make it to the knockout stage, eliminated in groups both times with Splyce in 2016 and C9 in 2019.


League of Legends’ free agency period opens on Nov. 15 at 8 p.m. ET, though many potential moves and supposed verbal agreements have already been reported.

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