On this page we will update the list of participants for the European Scouting Grounds this December.



Finn “Blomster Finn” Wiestål
Blomster Finn is an 18 year old top lane talent out of Sweden. He has gotten a chance on well known teams like Millenium, and latest on Tricked playing in the CBE tournament. Now he is looking to prove to potential future teammates and organization that he is worth betting on! Blomster Finn has been fairly high up in challenger for a while, and is especially known for his Kled play.
You can see some of his plays from the Nordic Event RIGHT HERE



Dennis “Obvious” Sørensen
Obvious has been playing professional League of Legends since 2014, and have played for several big organizations and teams. Amongst them can be found: SK Gaming, Gamers2, Team Dignitas and EnemyGG. While he has been around in the Challenger scene for a long time, he has never had the chance to play in the LCS – despite having qualified for LCS with Dignitas EU.
Now Obvious is looking to prove he still has what it takes, as he takes on the competition in the European Scouting Grounds!
You can catch how Obvious got known for shutting down toplaners in our last Scouting Grounds RIGHT HERE



Marcus “xPriskornet” Priskornet
xPriskornet is the only player that can boast the feat, of participating in all three Scouting Grounds held by Copenhagen Flames. He has landed himself with Danish team Tricked, on their academy lineup, living and practicing with his team. xPriskornet has bigger ambitions than being on an academy team though, and is looking to prove, once again, that he is a quality mid laner worth betting on.
He is known for his Taliyah in solo queue, but in the Nordic Scouting Grounds, he shined especially on Orianna. 


Paweł “Woolite” Pruski
Woolite has been around in the professional scene for a long time, and has experience playing in the LCS aswell. He has especially been hailed for his good mechanics, and his great laning phase. However he was sometimes criticised especially for his positioning. With more experience under his belt, Woolite is aiming to prove that he is now a more complete player, and a franchise ADC to bet on.

Aleš “Freeze” Kněžínek
Freeze has previously been said to be one of the best ADC’s in Europe, but has never truely achieved greatness, due to different circumstances. On NIP his team fell short, due to a player forgetting to update his client. On Copenhagen Wolves, many thought he was being held back by his teammates. And on H2K he was held back by a wrist injury.
Now Aleš is all healed up, and fully healthy, and he wants to show the world he is still a top tier ADC!

Sander “Kitty” Everink
Kitty has bounced around a lot, with short stints on different teams. One of the teams he has been on, on many different occasions, is Mysterious Monkeys in the German league. He was recently replaced by Yuuki, as the team headed into the playoff phase. On his former team, Singularity, he was heading into the EUCS qualificatons, but was then replaced by his team with P1noy/Krislund.
Kitty is still trying to make his mark, and the European Scouting Grounds is a perfect opportunity for him to do so, as he faces two veteran players in Woolite and Freeze.



August “Quixeth” Nyheim
Quixeth was part of the Wind and Rain miracle run through the EU Challenger Series Qualifier, surprising everyone and making it through. Once the lineup qualified, they were picked up by Spanish fan favorite “Origen”. Quixeth played the EU Challenger Series split with Origen, but sadly didn’t have the amount of success he and his teammates would have wanted to. They relegated from Challenger Series, and Quixeth has since found himself joining Arctic Gaming in Spain.