Sources: Mercedes Nisqy




10/11/2023 - 2'

Nisqy is set for a new path in his career

In an unexpected career pivot, Yasin "Nisqy" Dinçer, the seasoned esports pro, traded his gaming mouse for a trucker's gear, embarking on a new journey as a truck driver for Mercedes. The roar of engines replaced the click-clack of keys as he embraced the open road. Sources were astonished by this unconventional move, proving that life's next level can sometimes be found outside the gaming arena. Now, Nisqy steers towards a different kind of victory, finding joy in the miles ahead.

EDIT: Sheep Esports sources have come forward with new information. They have corrected previous statements by sharing that Nisqy is going to play in the LEC for 2024. Indeed, the Belgian Midlaner is set to join SK Gaming, an esports organization in which Mercedes holds a 33% ownership stake.

This news follows Midlaner Emil "Larssen" Larsson decision to remain with Infinite Reality, which enabled other midlane movements. In an obvious turn of events, Nisqy was a big factor on the midlane market. The player received interest of LCS teams at the beginning of the offseason, however the LEC was his preferred destination. SK Gaming and Team Vitality were the last two teams left with an open spot due to few midlane changes in the LEC.

Nisqy finally decided to join SK Gaming this Friday morning. He will be teaming up with his fellow Belgian player Ismaïl "Isma" Boualen in the jungle. Isma, the EMEA Masters finalist, was aquired by SK earlier in the offseason following interest from several LFL teams as reported by Sheep Esports.

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