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EG. Evil Geniuses. To read about Evil Geniuses's activities in StarCraft: Brood War, see Evil Geniuses.

Evil Geniuses

For the team's activities in Dota 2, see Evil Geniuses. Overview[edit] Evil Geniuses is one of the oldest North American sponsored multigaming clans with a long history in gaming. The team was established in 1999 and has developed from being a clan, into a "new media agency specializing in contracting professional gamers, creating online and offline video game broadcasts, and developing engaging marketing initiatives aimed at attracting and influencing gamers worldwide. " Evil Geniuses are well known for their StarCraft II, League of Legends, Dota 2 and fighting game divisions. EG first created a StarCraft squad in April 2009 consisting of several American players including iNcontroL, Machine, LzGaMeR, Nyoken, G5 and iNkA.

Timeline[edit] February 5th, Machine announces his retirement.[1] January, Evil Geniuses re-signs its respective contracts with iNcontroL, Nyoken, Machine, LzGaMeR, Louder and iNkA. Team Liquid. Team Liquid. To read about Team Liquid's activities in StarCraft: Brood War, see Team Liquid.

Team Liquid

For the team's activities in Dota 2, see Team Liquid. Team Liquid is a pro gaming team founded in the Netherlands in 2000. Originally a Brood War clan, the team switched to StarCraft II during the Wings of Liberty beta in 2010 and became one of the most successful foreign teams. The team roster's achievements in premier events include winning four DreamHacks, two MLGs, two Assemblies, and one NASL. Liquid is also known for its early involvement in the Korean scene, through a partnership with Old Generations which allowed its players to practice in Korea and to compete in the GSL.[1] As such, the team has been present in Korea for a longer time than any other foreign organisation, and has also been one the most successful in GSL with its players reaching the semifinals four times.

Team Liquid is also strongly associated with its website, TeamLiquid.net. History[edit] Main article: Team Liquid History. ROOT. Root Gaming. To read about this organization's Dota 2 team, see: ROOT Gaming.

Root Gaming

Overview[edit] ROOT Gaming is a North American StarCraft II team that was created on the 22nd of March 2010, founded by four StarCraft II players: Drewbie, JiYan, CatZ, and qxc, quickly developing to become one of the best and most popular teams in North America. In early 2011, ROOT established a joint gaming house in Florida together with Fnatic, having CatZ, Drewbie from ROOT, and Fenix and TT1 from Fnatic living in the house.[1] On June 11th, 2011, compLexity Gaming announced that they had acquired ROOT Gaming and the majority of their roster: CatZ, Drewbie, Minigun and DdoRo,[2] whilst KiWiKaKi and SLush decided not to join compLexity and became part of the newly formed Team ReIGN.[3] Destiny initially signed with compLexity but then changed his mind about joining the team.[4] Timeline[edit] March 22nd, ROOT Gaming is formed.[62] Player Roster[edit] Active[edit] Best Yearly Result: Notable Former[edit] Organization[edit]