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Team:Mirage

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For the tournament, see Tournament:MIRAGE.
Mirage
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Location Montreal, Canada Canada
Owners Carl-Edwin Michel
Sponsors/Partners Under Armour
Northern Arena
B&L Development
Other games League of Legends
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege

Mirage (MRG), formerly known as Mirage Sport Électronique, is a professional Canadian organization based in Montreal, Canada. Formed in 2017, Mirage is the first professional esport team based in Quebec, and aims to develop esport in their local region, through player and infrastructure development. Mirage also co-owns a separate French branch, created in late 2021 from the partnership between Mirage and the professional French team Elyandra Esport, called Mirage Elyandra (ME).

Mirage Sport Électronique signs their first Smash player Soar, on June 22nd, 2018. Two-and-half years later, Soar and Mirage parted ways[1], with Soar joining Lazarus as a VALORANT and Smash player. At the end of 2021, Soar signs again with Mirage, with Soar returning as a full-time Smash player[2]. In 2022, through the newly created French branch of Mirage, Mirage Elyandra, Mezcaul signs with the French-Canadian organization on January 16th, 2022[3]. Mezcaul is considered to belong to both Mirage and Elyandra Esport.

Current smashers[edit]

Professional smashers[edit]

ID Name Game Main(s) Join Date
Canada Soar Jayson Medeiros Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
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2018-06-22*
France Mezcaul Paul G. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate RidleyHeadSSBU.png 2022-01-16

*Soar left the organization on February 5th, 2021 and returned on December 17th, 2021.

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