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Dignitas is a British eSports organization currently based in the United States, New Jersey. After operating in the eSports industry for over two decades, Dignitas has become of the most recognizable (and iconic) international eSports brands, earning 18 world championships along the journey. Today, Dignitas fields teams across some of the eSports industry’s biggest games, including League of Legends (LoL), Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Rocket League, and Valorant. If you’re looking for a historic eSports team to get behind, look no further than the legendary Dignitas! You can also follow their Instagram and Twitter to stay in the know.

Dignitas History: 2003 – Now

Dignitas came to life in 2003 – a time when the eSports industry was very small and yet to become the global force it is today. After a slow and uneventful start, Dignitas announced its name on the world stage after Chris Bullard won the FIFA Interactive World Cup (2005), which was the team’s first-ever world championship.

During this time, Dignitas had also branched out into the Battlefield 2 sector. This quickly saw their Battlefield 2 roster selected as Team of the Year (2006). Dignitas continued to spread its wings and compete across a variety of different games over the coming years, winning the Trackmania Nations (2007) and Quakecon (2007) tournaments. 

In the 2010s, Dignitas expanded into several new games, such as Rocket League and League of Legends, which saw their success continue to skyrocket (literally). Arguably, one of the biggest highlights during this decade was when Dignitas won the Rocket League RLCS Season 5 Finals (2018), which made them deserved world champions. 

Towards the end of 2019, Dignitas created a parent company titled New Meta Entertainment (NME), a new sports and entertainment company backed by an investor group consisting of Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment, Delaware North, Fertitta Entertainment, Susquehanna Private Equity Investments. 

It’s a testament to the management of Dignitas that it’s been able to thrive and prosper for 20+ years with minimal problems or controversies. The organization has gone from strength to strength (in terms of both monetary value and rosters) while remaining true to its core values. 

How to Bet on Dignitas

Whenever you watch Dignitas compete, whether it’s in League of Legends or Rocket League, you can easily place your bet online with Thunderpick. eSports betting is a fun way to add some extra excitement to live events.

Dignitas: Divisions, Games, Rosters 

It’s no secret that Dignitas has fielded rosters for countless different games over the years. Right now, their primary rosters play in the League of Legends, Rocket League. The Dignitas CSGO and Dignitas Valorant divisions have also seen success.

League of Legends

The Dignitas LoL roster was reignited in 2019 after a year-long absence. Since being back on the LoL scene for several years, the roster has undergone several swaps and changes. Here’s what it looks like today. 

İrfan Berk “Armut” Tükek

The legendary Turiskish LoL player is known for his big personality, sense of humor, and ability to pull off some major ‘clutch’ moments. 

Lucas “Santorin” Tao Kilmer LarseN

An experienced pro whose main champion is Lee Sin. 

Nicolaj “Jensen” Jensen

With over a decade of professional gaming experience, “Jensen” is Mr. Reliable in league and tournament games. 

Trevor “Spawn” Kerr-Taylor 

An excellent Bot Laner who once reached rank number #16 on the North American ladder. 

Vincent “Biofrost” Wang

“Biofrost” is known for his Bard, Rakan, and Thresh champions. 

Lee “IgNar” Dong-geun

After starting his career with Winterfox in 2015, “IgNar” now plays as Support for team Dignitas. 

Rocket League

Dignitas Rocket League is a very exciting roster of young talent. 

Nicholas “Nick” Marrone (Coach)

“Nick” is a retired player now turned coach for Dignitas. 

Andrew “Andy” Nolan

 “Andy” has already played for 10 competitive Rocket League teams, meaning he has an experienced head on very young shoulders. 

Andres “dreaz” Jordan 

“dreaz” joined Dignitas in 2022 and is looking to build his experience over the coming years. 

Jordan “Evoh” Manley

The youngest member of the Dignitas Rocket League roster and winner of the AAA Challenger Series Championship (2022). 

Boston “B0ston” Scott

A veteran who plays as Substitute. 

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