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Kevin Yarnell (born May 20, 1995), better known by his in-game name Hauntzer, is a professional League of Legends player who currently plays as the top laner for Golden Guardians of the League of Legends Championship Series. He has also played for Gravity Gaming, Curse Academy, Team LoLPro and Team SoloMid. Yarnell joined Team SoloMid in November, replacing Marcus "Dyrus" Hill at top lane after the latter retired from competitive play. At his first tournament with TSM, Intel Extreme Masters Season X - San Jose, the team finished 5-8th. Kevin Yarnell (born May 20, 1995), better known by his in-game name Hauntzer, is a professional League of Legends player who currently plays as the top laner for Team SoloMid of the League of Legends Championship Series. He has also played for Gravity Gaming, Curse Academy, Team LoLPro and Team SoloMid. Yarnell joined Team SoloMid in November, replacing Marcus "Dyrus" Hill at top lane after the latter retired from competitive play. At his first tournament with TSM, Intel Extreme Masters Season X - San Jose, the team finished 5-8th.
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Kevin Yarnell (born May 20, 1995), better known by his in-game name Hauntzer, is a professional League of Legends player who currently plays as the top laner for Golden Guardians of the League of Legends Championship Series. He has also played for Gravity Gaming, Curse Academy, Team LoLPro and Team SoloMid. Curse Academy left Team Curse and rebranded as Gravity Gaming in January 2015 upon qualifying for the LCS. In April, Gravity was at the top of the NA LCS rankings in part due to the play of Hauntzer. Gravity finished 5th in the Spring LCS Regular Season, qualifying for the playoffs, where they finished 5-6th after being eliminated by Team Impulse. In the following Summer LCS they finished 4th in the Regular Season and then 5-6th in the playoffs. Yarnell joined Team SoloMid in November, replacing Marcus "Dyrus" Hill at top lane after the latter retired from competitive play. At his first tournament with TSM, Intel Extreme Masters Season X - San Jose, the team finished 5-8th. Kevin Yarnell (born May 20, 1995), better known by his in-game name Hauntzer, is a professional League of Legends player who currently plays as the top laner for Team SoloMid of the League of Legends Championship Series. He has also played for Gravity Gaming, Curse Academy, Team LoLPro and Team SoloMid. Curse Academy left Team Curse and rebranded as Gravity Gaming in January 2015 upon qualifying for the LCS. In April, Gravity was at the top of the NA LCS rankings in part due to the play of Hauntzer. Gravity finished 5th in the Spring LCS Regular Season, qualifying for the playoffs, where they finished 5-6th after being eliminated by Team Impulse. In the following Summer LCS they finished 4th in the Regular Season and then 5-6th in the playoffs. Yarnell joined Team SoloMid in November, replacing Marcus "Dyrus" Hill at top lane after the latter retired from competitive play. At his first tournament with TSM, Intel Extreme Masters Season X - San Jose, the team finished 5-8th.
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