European support Dino “LIMIT” Tot has been in the professional League of Legends scene since 2018. He was part of the now disbanded ASUS ROG ELITE roster, competing in tournaments in the Esports Balkan League. This saw a strong start to his career, including a first-place finish at ESL SEE Championship Season 8, the ESL A1 Adria League Season 2, and in the ESL A1 Adria League Season 2 Playoffs.
After some continued success with ASUS ROG ELITE, LIMIT joined QLASH Forge in 2019. This new team also made a name for themselves in the region, including a second-place finish at the PG Nationals 2019 Summer season and at the PG Nationals 2019 Summer Playoffs.
In the fall of 2019, LIMIT was announced as the support for ad hoc gaming. As had become the norm in his career, LIMIT saw immediate success. His team took second in the Premier Tour 2019 WInter Cup and then finished second once again at ESLM 2019 Winter.
German esports organization SK Gaming signed LIMIT in December ahead of the 2020 LEC season. This was LIMIT’s debut in the LEC. SK Gaming head coach Peter “Unlimited” Georgiev, called the SK roster “a team full of rookies and untapped potential.” Their goal was to challenge every team and to play aggressively from the very start.
The rookie strategy saw SK Gaming get off to a very rough start, losing 12 of their first 14 games in the 2020 LEC Spring Split.