Enemy owner Clerkie on turning down $1M offer for LCS spot: "Everybody around me thinks I’m crazy. Looking back, I might even think I was crazy."

DremHack Austin was a busy yet probably satisfying weekend for Dan Clerkie” Clerke.

He’s still the owner of Enemy, an organization with Smite, Dota 2 and Super Smash Bros teams (though they’ve also dabbled with League of Legends and Counter-Strike in the past). But Clerkie was watching as his other project, the esports club at Maryville University, finished off a 40-0 season by winning the League of Legends championship for the Collegiate StarLeague.

Clerkie took some time Saturday to talk with Slingshot’s Blake Bottrill about Maryville, Enemy and that time he turned down a $1 million offer for his team’s League of Legends Championship Series slot.

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