Suzu coach is looking for a new team

Marc "Suzu" Fábregas de Miguel tweeted two days earlier that he is ready to coach League of Legends teams again and is considering all offers for the next split, which will take place this summer.


As Suzu himself clarifies, the European League should become its main direction of development, be it the LEC or any other tournament with access to the EU Masters.

The 29-year-old Dominican has only been in big esports for 3 years, but during this time he managed to achieve some success. Therefore, such high goals are very justified.

He started in 2018 with Baskonia eSports at The Cloud League Season 1 and later tried himself at PG Nationals 2018 Summer with Cyberground Gaming, where he finished in the last 9th and 8th places.

2019 was a real success for the new coach, because in the role of the only coach, he and Team-LDLC won twice at the LFL 2019 Spring and LFL 2019 Summer splits, which gave them two passes to the EU Masters, where they took honorable 5-8 places.

In 2020, he played with the Flayn eSports CZSK Edition experimental team from Flayn eSports themselves, who managed to take 5th place at Hitpoint Masters Season 13 and even reach the playoffs. But the second half of the year did not work out with the British roster of Bulldog Esports and only 8th place at UKLC 2020 Summer.

His last team since the 2021 season and until recently has been the mCon LG UltraGear, with whom Suzu has proven himself to be a pro. They took 3rd place at the Dutch League 2021 Summer, after which they advanced to the playoffs and still managed to take the championship at the Dutch League 2021 Summer Playoffs for themselves, securing Play-In at the EU Masters.

The last and very fresh tournament for Suzu as a coach was the Elite Series 2022 Spring, where they again confidently made it to the playoffs, but still gave the victory to the Belgians from KRC Genk Esports.

Given the extensive experience of the coach and his ambitions, I think that he will be able to become a contender for the role of a secondary coach in one of the teams participating in LEC Summer 2022.