|Born||March 30, 1992|
|League||League of Legends Championship Series North America|
|Games||League Of Legends|
|Championships||2013 Spring NA LCS |
2014 Summer NA LCS
2015 Spring NA LCS
2015 IEM Katowice Season IX World Championship
|Nickname(s)||Dyrus, TSirDiesalot, Dyrone, Brother Dyrus|
|??? 2010- Aug 2010||All or Nothing|
|Aug 2010- Sep 2010||Epik Gamer|
|May 2011- Mar 2012||Epik Gamer|
|Mar 2012 - Oct 2015||Team SoloMid|
|Jun 2017 - Aug 2017||Delta Fox|
Marcus Hill (born March 30, 1992), more commonly known by his gaming handle Dyrus, is a retired American professional player of the multiplayer online league arena (MOBA) game League of Legends and streamer on Twitch where his live streams commonly attract viewer counts of 5,000–15,000 people on a regular basis. At the time of his retirement, Dyrus was the top laner for Team SoloMid (TSM). With TSM, he won several League of Legends Championship Series North American titles and appeared in several League of Legends World Championships. He retired from competitive play after the 2015 League of Legends World Championships.
Dyrus has been playing League of Legends since its beta phase. Dyrus' favorite champion is Singed, through which he acquired rank 1 with in the beta phase. Dyrus' career started out as a support for one of the first competitive teams in the League of Legends professional scene, All or Nothing. Following the disbandment of All or Nothing, Dyrus joined Epik Gamer as their top laner. Dyrus gained exposure following his decision to start streaming on Twitch because of his unique play, interesting personality, and the success of Epik Gamer at LAN tournaments. Dyrus later moved in into the gaming house of New York-based Team SoloMid (TSM) to pursue a full-time gaming career while still playing for Epik Gamer.
Following the resignation of TheRainMan from TSM, Dyrus offered himself as RainMan's replacement. Prior to his signing, Dyrus had already been living in the TSM gaming house. With Dyrus' former team's blessing, Dyrus resigned from Epik Gamer and has been playing as the top laner for Team SoloMid.
Dyrus and TSM won the 2014 Spring split and the 2014 Summer split. In the 2015 Spring NA LCS, Dyrus helped TSM win the regular season and the playoffs. Team SoloMid was the winner of the Intel Extreme Masters Season IX Katowice World Finals. They defeated Team WE 3 to 0 in the finals.
Winning the 2015 Spring LCS granted them one of six invitations to the 2015 Mid-Season Invitational in inaugural year for the event. TSM finished in 5th place at the event.
At the 2015 League of Legends World Championship, TSM was placed in Group D which consisted of Origen, LGD Gaming, and KT Rolster known as the "Group of Death". TSM finished fourth place in its group and was unable to progress further. After TSM faced their last game at the tournament against LGD, Dyrus retired and was given a standing ovation for his contribution to TSM.
Marcus Hill was born on March 30, 1992 in Honolulu, Hawaii to Mark and Sandy Hill. His mother is Chinese descent while his father is Scottish, Irish, German, Dutch, English, and Cherokee descent. Dyrus went into professional League despite the wishes of his father, Mark Hill, who wanted him to work for the family plumbing business. On June 29, 2016 Dyrus announced his relationship with Emiru, a Twitch Streamer. Hill currently resides in Wichita, Kansas with his girlfriend.
Notable tournament placements
|2011-11-20||Busan, South Korea||2011 World Cyber Games Grand Finals||Chicks Dig Elo 2 : 1 exGameburg Team||1st|
|2011-11-20||Providence, Rhode Island, United States||2011 MLG Providence||Epik Gamer 2 : 4 Team SoloMid||2nd|
|2011-10-09||Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States||IGN ProLeague Season 3 - Atlantic City||Epik Gamer 1 : 2 Team Dignitas||2nd|
|2011-09-24||online||Sound Blaster Nations Championship||Team USA 0 : 2 Team Canada||2nd|
|2011-08-27||Raleigh, United States||2011 MLG Pro Circuit||Epik Gamer 0 : 2 Counter Logic Gaming||2nd|
|2011-06-20||Jönköping, Sweden||Riot Season One Championship||Epik Gamer 0 : 2 Team SoloMid||4th|
|2012-12-16||online||SoloMid Series - Finals||Team SoloMid 0 : 3 Team FeaR||4th|
|2012-12-09||online||SoloMid Series - Week 6||Team SoloMid 2 : 1 Team Curse||1st|
|2012-10-28||online||SoloMid Series - Week 2||Team SoloMid 2 : 0 Orbit Gaming||1st|
|2012-10-21||online||SoloMid Series - Week 1||Team SoloMid 2 : 1 Orbit Gaming||1st|
|2012-09-23||online||Solomid NA Invitational 10||Team SoloMid 0 : 2 Monomaniac eSports||2nd|
|2012-09-10||online||Solomid NA Invitational 8||Team SoloMid win : forfeit Team Curse||1st|
|2012-09-02||Los Angeles, United States||Season 2 North American Regional Finals||Team SoloMid 2 : 0 Team Dignitas||1st|
|2012-08-19||online||Solomid NA Invitational 7||Team SoloMid 1 : 2 Team Curse||2nd|
|2012-08-12||San Francisco, California, United States||IPL Face Off: San Francisco Showdown||Team SoloMid 3 : 0 Team Curse||1st|
|2012-08-08||online||Solomid NA Invitational 6||Team SoloMid 2 : 0 mTw North America||1st|
|2012-08-05||New York City, New York, United States||2012 MLG Pro Circuit/Summer/Arena||Team SoloMid 0 : 2 Azubu Blaze||2nd|
|2012-07-29||online||Solomid NA Invitational 5||Team SoloMid 1 : 2 mTw North America||3rd|
|2012-07-17||online||Elite of Europe||Team SoloMid 1 : 2 Moscow Five||4th|
|2012-07-08||online||Solomid NA Invitational 4||Team SoloMid 0 : 2 mTw North America||3rd|
|2012-06-17||Pomona, California, United States||GIGABYTE Esports LAN||Team SoloMid 2 : 0 CLG Black||1st|
|2012-06-10||Anaheim, California, United States||2012 MLG Pro Circuit/Spring||Team SoloMid 2 : 1 Counter Logic Gaming||1st|
|2012-06-03||online/offline||Reign of Gaming International Invitational||Team SoloMid 2 : 1 Epik Gamer||1st|
|2012-05-28||online||Solomid NA Tournament Circuit||Team SoloMid 4 : 2 Team Dynamic||1st|
|2012-04-08||Las Vegas, Nevada, United States||IGN ProLeague Season 4 - Las Vegas||Team SoloMid 2 : 0 Counter Logic Gaming||1st|
|2012-04-01||online||Leaguecraft ggClassic||Team SoloMid 2 : 0 4 Not Fire||1st|
|2012-03-16||online||Fatal1ty Gaming Gear League of Legends Tournament||Team SoloMid 2 : 1 Just Your Average Joes||1st|
|2013-09-02||Seattle, United States||LCS North America Season 3 Summer Playoffs||Team SoloMid 0 : 3 Cloud9||2nd|
|2013-05-26||Shanghai, China||All-Star Shanghai 2013||North America LCS 0 : 2 Korea Champions||SF|
|2013-04-28||Los Angeles, United States||LCS North America Season 3 Spring Playoffs||Team SoloMid 3 : 2 Team Coast||1st|
|2014||Los Angeles, California, United States||LCS North America Season 4 Spring Season||2nd|
|2014-04-20||Los Angeles, California, United States||LCS North America Season 4 Spring Playoffs||Team SoloMid 0 : 3 Cloud9||2nd|
|2014-09-01||Seattle, Washington, United States||LCS North America Season 4 Summer Playoffs||Team SoloMid 3 : 2 Cloud9||1st|
|South Korea||2014 League of Legends World Championship||5th–8th|
|2015-04-20||Los Angeles, United States||NA LCS 2015 Spring Season||1st|
|2015-04-20||Los Angeles, United States||NA LCS 2015 Spring Playoffs||Team SoloMid 3 : 0 Cloud9||1st|
|2015||Tallahassee, Florida, United States||2015 Mid-Season Invitational||5th|
|2015||Le Dock Pullman, Paris, France||2015 World Championship Group Stage||1–5||4th|
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- Dyrus (29 June 2016). "Dyrus VLOG Life Update June 29th". Retrieved 12 April 2017 – via YouTube.
- https://www.twitch.tv/videos/342972685?t=02h29m17s. Missing or empty
- Rod Breslau (September 2, 2013). "Cloud 9 takes League of Legends Season 3 North American Playoffs - News at GameSpot". GameSpot. Retrieved 2013-09-26.