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Not to be confused with Miracle- or Meracle.
Mirakel
Miracle
Background Information
Name:Jesper Nyhlén
Birthdate:1990-02-18 (age 34)
Country:Sweden Sweden
Role:Support
Alternate IDs:MiracleDotA
Signature Heroes:[[|40px|link=Sand King]] [[|40px|link=Rubick]] Enigma icon
Links
History
Dota:
2007
BTB
2007 — 2008
2008 — 2009
Ks.int
2009
2010
DDT
2010
LOST.eu
2010
NWO
2010 — 2011
GGnet
Dota 2:
2011
GGnet
2011-12-11 — 2012-02-06
eXperience Gaming
2012-02-06 — 2012-10-29
2013-02-10 — 2013-06-02
2013-06-02 — 2013-06-06
Space
2013-06-06 — 2013-09-19
2013-09-19 — 2013-??-??
Turtle Masters
2015-03-30 — 2015-??-??
Taco Life

Jesper "Mirakel" Nyhlén is a professional DotA player who is currently teamless.

Biography[]

DotA[]

Mirakel was known as one of Europe's best support players in Dota 1.[1] His career started with public games on battle.net, but he soon moved on to pick-league and playing in tournaments they organized.[2] He started gaining fame in 2008 with mousesports, in a lineup that also featured Drayich and KuroKy.[3] He then played together with, amongst others, fellow Swede Loda in a number of teams, carrying on to Dota 2.

Dota 2[]

Mirakel's Dota 2 career started with playing The International 2011 with his Dota team GosuGamers.net. They lost all of their games and not long after the tournament they disbanded, as some of the members retired. Mirakel's next team would be the all-Swedish eXperience Gaming,[4] which were later picked up by Counter Logic Gaming.[5] The team disbanded in late October 2012, leaving Mirakel teamless.[6] However, it was announced in early 2013 that Mirakel would join four Danes to form Absolute Legends.[7] The squad parted ways with the aL organization in June 2013, but soon found a new sponsor in Flip.sid3 Tactics.[8]

Awards[]

  • 4th GosuAwards 2008: Best Ganker
  • 1st Place GosuAwards 2008: Best Team (with "Kingsurf.int")

Interviews[]

2011[]

2005[]

References[]

  1. Team Gosugamers gosugamers.net. 2011.
  2. Getting to know Miracle gosugamers.net. April 7th 2011.
  3. Farm 4 Fame Final - mouz vs MYM sk-gaming.com. October 15th 2008.
  4. Hendrik "chsn" De Backer (2011-12-11). "Loda returns to Dota". SK Gaming. Retrieved 2013-04-12.
  5. Matthew "LuckoftheIrish" Roberts (2012-02-06). "Team eXperience join Counter Logic Gaming". SK Gaming. Retrieved 2013-04-12.
  6. "sayocean" (2012-10-29). "CLG Dota 2 Disbands". CLGaming.net. Retrieved 2013-04-12.
  7. Islam "Samo" El-Kenawy (2013-02-10). "Is this really happening? Absolute legends welcomes a new Dota 2 main squad!". absolutelegends.net. Retrieved 2013-04-12.
  8. "Sun_Tzu" (2013-06-06). "ex-Absolute Legends become Flip.sid3". joinDOTA. Retrieved 2013-06-07.
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