Simon «Handsken» Haag Swedish esportsman was born on April 24, 1994. He began his career at the age of 16.
In 2014, Simon played for various teams and even managed to take third place in the Battle of Central Europe Season 3 tournament with the LAJONS team in December 2014. After this, in January 2015, the young promising player was signed by Ninjas in Pajamas. For this team, Simon played for almost a year. During this time, the team had its ups and downs. Simon and the team won in such tournaments as Alienware Area 51 Dota 2 Cup, Esportal Dota 2 League Invitational Tournament 3, joinDOTA MLG Pro League Season 2, and Esport SM 2015. It is also worth saying that the player won other prizes in local tournaments. The team could not participate in The International 2015, and the young Simon decided to change the team. He played out almost until the end of the year and moved to the organization CompLexity Gaming. In the new team, things were not going as successfully as the previous one. And after the failure at The International 2016: Wild Card, Simon left the team. In September, it is signed by The Alliance, which at that time was experiencing difficulties, which affected the team's performance. After a rather unsuccessful season and a failure in qualifications for The International 2017, Simon decided to change his team again.
After a long enough search period, the player decided to agree to join the team of The Final Tribe. Shortly after joining the new team, Simon won the joinDOTA League Season 12 Europe. After which the team began to yield its positions both in the region and in the world. Everything was pretty good, but Simon was eager to get on The International. In 2018, the team was unable to qualify for the tournament.
But in 2019, Simon and the team were incredibly close to success. Since the team did not have enough points for the season, the team took part in The International 2019 Europe Qualifier. The team proved to be good, Simon's great desire to get into the tournament was visible, but unfortunately, the team lost in the Chaos Esports Club finals. After such disappointment, Simon again left the team. Four months later, the player still accepted the offer to join The Alliance.
Immediately after the transition, Simon wins the DreamLeague Season 12. And in 2020, the player managed to take second places at the Maincast Winter Brawl and StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor Season 3 in the first half of the year and take second places at ESL One Birmingham 2020 - Online: Europe & CIS and OGA Dota PIT S2: Europe / CIS, as well as first place in the EPIC League Division 2 tournament.
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