Splyce head coach Peter Dun – who hails from the UK – has been named the top coach of the EU LCS Spring Split 2018.
He finished in first place with 77 points, ahead of Roccat’s Simon “Fredy122” Payne (48 points) and Fnatic’s Dylan Falco (45 points).
Peter helped Splyce finish the EU LCS Spring Split in third place, winning 11 games and losing 7, behind G2 and Fnatic.
League of Legends EU LCS Shoutcaster Devin “PiraTechnics” Younge said on the Lolesports website: “Peter Dun entered the LCS with a roster filled with talent, who nonetheless weren’t able to find immediate success.
“However, over the course of the Spring split he transformed Splyce into an impeccable unit. For his accomplishment in unlocking their true potential, he deserves our Coach of the Split award.”
“Over the course of the Spring split Peter transformed Splyce into an impeccable unit. For his accomplishment in unlocking their true potential, he deserves our Coach of the Split award.”
Devin “PiraTechnics” Younge, Riot
Peter has more than five years’ experience in various support staff roles, and has competed in and won tournaments across three continents with four different organizations.
He previously coached football and netball to amateur players in the UK, Malaysia and China.
Peter is also one of several UK staff working at Splyce. The organisation also has director of operations Grant “Grievance” Rousseau, European LCS manager Michael “Swizz” Butterworth, assisstant LCS team coach James “Mac” MacCormack and graphic designer Josh “Henz” Rigg, according to Gamepedia.
Of course, the org also have experienced UK support player Raymond “KaSing” Tsang in their roster, who joined Splyce in December 2017.
Splyce will play Vitality in the third-place EU LCS playoff match this Saturday (April 7th).
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