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Paul Boyer, better known by his in-game name sOAZ ( ()), is a French professional League of Legends player who is the top laner for Immortals of the LCS. He has also played for against All authority (aAa), Fnatic, Origen and Misfits Gaming of the LEC. While on aAa sOAZ was a runner-up in the Season 1 World Championship. sOAZ is one of the most decorated players to play in the EU LCS, having won five split titles (2013 Spring EU LCS, 2013 Summer EU LCS, 2014 Spring EU LCS, 2018 Spring EU LCS, 2018 Summer EU LCS) and six World Championship appearances.
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Paul Boyer, better known by his in-game name sOAZ ( ()), is a French professional League of Legends player who is the top laner for Immortals of the LCS. He has also played for against All authority (aAa), Fnatic, Origen and Misfits Gaming of the LEC. While on aAa sOAZ was a runner-up in the Season 1 World Championship. sOAZ is one of the most decorated players to play in the EU LCS, having won five split titles (2013 Spring EU LCS, 2013 Summer EU LCS, 2014 Spring EU LCS, 2018 Spring EU LCS, 2018 Summer EU LCS) and six World Championship appearances.
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