QaiZer

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QaiZer
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Background Information
Name: Nuttapong Dechtanon
Country of Birth: Thailand Thailand
Birthday: August 1, 1995 (1995-08-01) (age 22)
Residency: News Label - SEA.png Southeast Asia
Competitive
Role: Top
Previous Role: Jungler
Favorite champions:    
Other competitive IDs: CupCake, Raviel
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Team History
Feb 2013 - Oct 2013
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Aestheticlogo std.png Aesthetic Gaming
Oct 2013 - Mar 2014
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Btlogo std.png Bangkok Titans
Mar 2014 - Sep 2014
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Neo.Nlogo std.png Neolution Nemesis
Sep 2014 - Nov 2014
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Acerlogo std.png Team Acer Nemesis
Nov 2014 - Jun 2015
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AGTlogo std.png Acer Green Team
Jun 2015 - Jan 2016
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Btlogo std.png Bangkok Titans
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Nuttapong "QaiZer" Dechtanon was previously a substitute top laner for Bangkok Titans. He was previously known as Raviel and CupCake.

Biography

Season 3

Nuttapong "Raviel" Dechtanon was the top laner for Aesthetic Gaming during the 2013 LCS Pro League Thailand and the Thailand Grand Championship 2013. After the team's mediocre performance, Raviel changed his name to QaiZer and joined Bangkok Titans, one of the strongest teams in the local Thai scene.

2014 Season

Although QaiZer was not listed as one of the team's starting members during the 2014 Garena Premier League (GPL), he saw playtime in both the Winter and Spring seasons when he substituted for starting top laners PATKUB and WarL0cK. The team failed to make it out of Group Stage in either season, and QaiZer left the team in March to focus on his studies.[1] He continued to play on the smaller local team Neolution E-Sport Nemesis, changing his name to CupCake and his role to jungle.[2] The team competed in the 2014 Thailand Pro League (TPL), securing a 3rd place finish in Spring and a 2nd place finish in Summer.

In September, the roster of Neolution E-Sport Nemesis was acquired by the Team Acer organization to form Team Acer Nemesis. CupCake changed his name back to Raviel and returned to top lane. With Team Acer Nemesis, he placed 3rd in the Thailand Grand Championship 2014. Afterward, Team Acer Nemesis renamed to Acer Green Team. Raviel became the team's starting jungler.

2015 Season

Acer Green Team competed in the 2015 TPL Spring, but failed to make it to the final bracket. Afterward, Raviel left the team and rejoined Bangkok Titans as a substitute top laner, changing his name back to QaiZer.[3] He was the team's listed substitute during the 2015 World Championship, but did not play.

2016 Season

In January, QaiZer left Bangkok Titans, with InTreso replacing him as substitute.[4]

Trivia

  • His favorite champions are  Riven,  Aatrox, and  Kayle.
  • He previously worked at Garena Thailand.

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External Links

References

  1. QaiZer Facebook Post March 14, 2014 (Thai) facebook.com
  2. QaiZer Facebook Post March 17, 2014 (Thai) facebook.com
  3. Bangkok Titans Facebook Post June 4, 2015 (Thai) facebook.com
  4. Bangkok Titans Facebook Post January 7, 2016 (Thai) facebook.com