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Logotype of the French eSports team and WebTV Solary
Location Tours, France France
Owners Sakor Ros (LRB)
Player manager Christopher Nunes (NtK)
Sponsors/Partners Aldi
Justin Bridou
Other games League of Legends
Rocket League
TeamFight Tactics

Solary (SLY) is an esports team and WebTV based in Tours, France. They are one of the biggest WebTV and one of the main esports teams in France. Solary was founded by eight former EclypsiaTVLoL employees in 2017, including streamers, influencers and operators and established themselves as one of the biggest WebTVs in France, as well as one of the most historically significant esports team in the country.

They entered Super Smash Bros. in January 29th, 2019, by signing Glutonny as their pro player for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, along with NtK as their tournament organizer and manager for the SSBU section. They also temporarily sponsored Enki for GENESIS 6 and EVO 2019 under the Lunary shirt, the former second team of Solary in League of Legends. Two years later, during Ultimate WANTED 3, Solary announced the signing of Leon as their second SSBU player.

Current smashers[edit]

Professional smashers[edit]

ID Name Game Main(s) Join Date
France Glutonny William Belaïd Super Smash Bros. Ultimate WarioHeadSSBU.png 2019-01-29
France Leon Nassim Laïb Super Smash Bros. Ultimate LucinaHeadSSBU.png 2021-08-14

Other smashers[edit]

  • France NtK MegaManHeadSSBU.png (Tournament organizer and manager, joined January 29th, 2019)

Former smashers[edit]

Other smashers[edit]

  • France Enki PikachuHeadSSBU.png (Temporary smasher for GENESIS 6 and EVO 2019)

Other famous players[edit]

  • Portugal Carlos Abreu (Yoshi) Fortnite streamer and influencer
  • Canada Carl-Antoni Cloutier (Carl Jr.) Multiple Trackmania Grand League winner
  • France Théo Dumont (Felkeine) Hearthstone player
  • France Pierre Medjaldi (Steeelback) League of Legends player, EU LCS winner and current support


  • Minutes after his signing, Leon had to play a set against Mezcaul in order to qualify for top 64 of Ultimate WANTED 3. Mezcaul beat him harshly 0-2, including a 3-stock and ending both games with Ridley's spikes. This loss became a meme for a short while by the French community.

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