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Revision as of 15:52, March 30, 2015

Dirgius
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Background Information
Name: Kieran Hopton
Country of Birth: United Kingdom United Kingdom
Birthday: April 30, 1994
Competitive
Team: eloFisherS
Role: Support
Favorite Gods:    
Social Media and Links
Twitter: Dirgius
Team History
2014Logo std2.png SmiteFire
2014IIIIIlogo std.png IIIII
2014GAMJAlogo std.png Potato Boys
2015Elofisherslogo std.png EloFisherS

Kieran "Dirgius" Hopton is a British SMITE player. He is currently the captain and support for eloFisherS.

Biography

Kieran Hopton was born in Manchester, England in 1994. He currently lives in Blackpool, England. He has played support for every team he's been a part of in SMITE and is normally the main shotcaller. He formerly played competitive League of Legends, Pokemon, and Yu-Gi-Oh!. He started playing competitive SMITE in late 2013.

Trivia

  • First player to play Kumbhakarna in a professional tournament.
  • Missed going to a LAN twice by one win each time.
  • Played League of Legends with Hinduman before discovering SMITE.
  • Former competitive League of Legends and Yu-Gi-Oh player.
  • Dirgius is the shotcaller for the teams he plays on.

Team and Tournament History

Date Place Event Team Teammates
2015-02-20 A11st EGL Amateur Cup Elofisherslogo std.png EloFisherS GetFisherDarzerVastrakallofes4sefol
2015-03-22 A44th LaunchTournament.png Challengers Cup Elofisherslogo std.png EloFisherS GetFisherDarzerVastrakallofes4sefol
2015-03-29 A22nd LaunchTournament.png Challengers Cup Elofisherslogo std.png EloFisherS GetFisherDarzerVastrakallofes4sefolSqueaakyG

External Content

Interviews

Articles

Vlogs

Other

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