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    Team NoA

    Team NoA was a professional Counter-Strike team who are as well known for setting precedents as they are for being a successful team. Founded by Jonas "bsl" Alsaker, the team was several times regarded as the worlds best, taking home many prestigious "trophies" (or at least victories). They were the first professional e-sports team to consist of members from multiple continents when they formed the team from highly experienced players from Norway, Canada and USA. They were also the first e-sports team ever to pay for a player transfer out of a contract when they bought Norwegian player Ola “element” Moum out of his contract with SK Gaming. In May 2005, elemeNt left Team NoA for the Brazilian team, mibr. Jason "Cpt. Canada" Kwong was brought in after being left out by his teammates as a backup player in NiP. Team NoA was ready for World e-Sports Games season 2. 3 days before the departure for Seoul, Korea, "fisker" left the team, putting his former teammates in a difficult situation. The team contacted Lars "Naikon" Olaisen who joined the team in Korea on very short notice. In July 2005 the international Team NoA came to an end when it was announced that BrandTheGame would take over
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    Frag Dolls

    The Frag Dolls are a group of girl gamers recruited and employed by Ubisoft with the aim of promoting women in gaming, and in particular the promotion of games made by Ubisoft. The Frag Dolls are all avid gamers. The term refers to three different teams: the original American Frag Dolls, the UK Fragdolls, and the newest team in France. Originally recruited by an advertisement on Craigslist in 2004, the first American lineup consists of seven Frag Dolls (known by their gamer tags): Brookelyn, Eekers, Jinx, Katscratch, Rhoulette, Seppuku, and Valkyrie. Nate Mordo and Rhoulette, full-time Ubisoft employees, helped initiate the group. Eekers, one of the original seven Frag Dolls, left the group in August 2005. Katscratch, another original team member, left in May 2006. In May 2006 two new Frag Dolls, Calyber and Psyche, were recruited as part of an online reality show produced by GameTrailers. During QuakeCon 2007, the Frag Dolls announced an open casting call looking for new members. Applicants were also able to apply online. Eight finalists were flown into Seattle for the Penny Arcade Expo, where two new members of the team were chosen—Pyra and Mischief. At Major League Gaming Dallas
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    Team Str8 Rippin

    Str8 Rippin is a Halo:Reach and formerly Halo 2 and Halo 3 team which compete as a part of Major League Gaming, an American video gaming league. They are currently sponsored by Dr Pepper. The team's original roster was AmaZin FunK, EnergizeD IE, LohTek and Get TraumatizeDD. Under the name "Not So STR8 RIPPIN" they placed 3rd at San Francisco. That was the only event they attended under that name, as it was shortened to just "STR8 RIPPIN" for the next event. MoTiioN was added to the roster later in the season after FunK quit to be with his now ex girlfriend, Rachel. They were able to defeat the dominating Team 3D squad in Philadelphia. They struggled to place after that event so EnergizeD was eventually dropped. They were sponsored by Trademark Gamers for part of the 2005 season. LohTeK and TraumatizeDD struggled to find players that matched their playing style in the 2006 season. They started the season off with Malo and PhenoM . After four events and a 7th place finish, they let go of Malo. They picked up The IcEyyy Man to take his place. Malo rejoined his old teammates Vash and Mack. The team continued to struggle so LohTek and TraumatizeDD were eventually released. At the 2006
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    Serious Gaming

    Serious Gaming is a professional gaming team based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It was founded in 2004 by entrepreneur Bas Peeperkorn. Serious Gaming is known for their achievements in First Person Shooter Deathmatch tournaments, most notably those by Quake Series players Maciej Krzykowski and Alexey Yanushevsky. Serious Gaming was founded in 2004 by Bas Peeperkorn, the team's first signing was Painkiller player Niels van Tilborg. Painkiller was the game used for the $1,000,000 USD 2005 CPL World Tour and following van Tilborg the following players were signed and represented Serious Gaming throughout the tour: Fredrik Edesater & Stefan Timmermans. Highlights for the team included a ninth place finish at the Chile stop and two players being among the 32 players in the world tour finals. This year Serious Gaming also competed in televised competition at the World eSport Games in Seoul, Korea, being represented at the second edition of the event by a Counter-Strike division consisting of Finnish players. This division would disband shortly after their stay in Seoul. Following the 2005 World Tour the main focus of the FPS Deatmatch scene switched from Painkiller to the newly released
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    Twin Galaxies

    Twin Galaxies is an American organization that tracks video game world records and conducts a program of electronic-gaming promotions. It operates the Twin Galaxies website and publishes the Twin Galaxies' Official Video Game & Pinball Book of World Records, with the Arcade Volume released on June 2, 2007. The Guinness World Records - Gamers Edition 2008 was released in March, 2008 in conjunction with Twin Galaxies, who Guinness World Records considers to be the official supplier of verified world records to the annual volume. During the summer of 1981, Walter Day, founder of Twin Galaxies, visited more than 100 video game arcades over four months, recording the high scores that he found on each game. On November 10, he opened his own arcade in Ottumwa, Iowa, naming it Twin Galaxies. On February 9, 1982, his database of records was released publicly as the Twin Galaxies National Scoreboard. Twin Galaxies became known as the official scoreboard, arranging contests between top players. Twin Galaxies' first event attracted international media attention for gathering the first teams of video-game stars. Top players in North Carolina and California were formed into state teams that
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    Clan

    In computer and video gaming, a clan or guild is an organised group of players that regularly play together in a particular (or various) multiplayer games. These games range from groups of a few friends to 1000-person organizations, with a broad range of structures, goals and members. The lifespan of a clan also varies considerably, from a few weeks or months to over a decade. Numerous clans exist for nearly every online game available today, notably in first-person shooters, massively multiplayer games, role-playing video games, and strategy games. There are also meta-groups that span a wide variety of games. As the First-Person Shooter, or FPS, became increasingly popular the idea of a competitive clan became widely accepted. Clans became teams, or elite clan members form teams to represent the clan in online battle. Clans also exist in other genres, where they are often referred to by a different name and serve a purpose more suited to the game. Many online massively multiplayer and role-playing video games tend to call them "guilds" or invent their own term. Examples of this include Star Wars Galaxies ("player associations") and EVE Online ("corporations",). EVE Online is also
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    Team Dignitas

    Team Dignitas

    Team Dignitas is an International e-Sports team which is headquartered in Great Britain and which is among the best British gaming teams. It was founded on 9 September 2003 as a fusion of the Battlefield 1942 clans Legion Condor and Sweden Kompanix. Thus the clan was a pure Battlefield clan in the beginning. By and by, however, more teams were added to the organisation, in July 2004 Team Dignitas was registered as a company: Team Dignitas Ltd. Managing Director and thus man in charge of the clan is Michael 'ODEE' O'Dell. Unlike other major gaming teams Dignitas is known to also support "smaller" games, i.e. eSports games that are less popular or have smaller communities. Currently the organisation has the following teams: In 2006 the Battlefield 2 team was chosen as the Battlefield 2 Team of the Year by Geeksnet.org. In May 2007 the British scene page UKCounterTerrorist.com put the Counter-Strike 1.6 team as number one in Britain. By winning the first official international Enemy Territory: Quake Wars tournament at QuakeCon2007 the Enemy Territory: Quake Wars team gained the fame as the best team in the world. The World in Conflict team of Team Dignitas was nominated for the
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    Instinct

    Instinct is a professional Halo Reach team. Instinct is a pro Halo MLG (Major League Gaming) team. Instinct was founded at the beginning of the 2008 season, by former 5K members, and twins, Roy and Lunchbox, and former Agency members, Mackeo and Victory X. At the first event of the 2008 season in Meadowlands, Instinct took 3rd place, notably defeating the number one ranked Final Boss on the way to the Winners Bracket Finals, 3-2. Instinct was swept 3-0 by Team Classic in the WBF, and Instinct fell to Final Boss, who emerged from the Losers Bracket. After Meadowlands, Victory X left Instinct because of a lack of practice, to join Triggers Down. An up and comer player named Snipedown was added to Instinct. In San Diego, the second event of the 08 season, Instinct took 2nd place, losing only to the champions of the event, Str8 Rippin. In a controversial move, Instinct decided to drop Snipedown and pick up former Instinct member Victory X. Instinct placed 3rd once again in the third event of the 08 season, losing to Snipedown's new team, Triggers Down, the eventual tournament champions, in a 3-0 sweep. Instinct was then knocked out by Str8 Rippin in the Losers Bracket Finals. After the
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    SK Gaming

    SK Gaming is a professional German electronic sports organization founded in 1997 by a small group of Quake players living in Oberhausen. SK Gaming retains teams across different genres and are particularly known for their success in Counter-Strike tournaments. SK is one of the founding members of the G7 Teams. Schroet Kommando was founded in 1997 as a German Quake clan by four brothers and three accomplices in Oberhausen, Germany. The original line-up of Schroet Kommando consisted of Ralf "Griff" Reichert, Daniel "Godlike" Beames, Tim "Burke" Reichert, Benjamin "Kane" Reichert, Kristof "Speed" Salwiczek, Carsten "Storch" Kramer and Sven "Ramses" Tümmers. According to Ralf Reichert, the original naming of the organization originated from one of the members repeatedly shouting, "Schröet!" This was a common occurrence from whenever a double-barreled shotgun would be handled, due to the translation meaning "shrapnel". Eventually, the team adopted this into their name, thus becoming "Schroet Kommando". Since then, the organization began using their abbreviation more often, until it eventually became SK Gaming. Initially, the Beames family home operated as the Schroet Kommando
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    Ninjas in Pyjamas

    Ninjas in Pyjamas is a Swedish professional electronic sports organization known for their exploits in the Counter-Strike scene. The team was dominant force during their days of playing the original version of the game from their founding in 2000 to their dissolution in 2007. In 2012, the team returned with a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive squad. Ninjas in Pyjamas was originally formed in June 2000, but was solidified as a team in 2001 after several lineup changes and namechanges. Their biggest success was winning the 2001 Cyberathlete Professional League World Championships after a very close final with X3 (a forerunner to Team 3D). Soon after this they had trouble finding sponsors but the solution came when they joined the prominent e-sports organization SK Gaming and were known by the names SK Scandinavia and SK Sweden during their time there. At SK they continued their success and became a dominant force in Counter-Strike. The prize money from their tournament victories in 2003 totalled approximately 170,000 U.S. dollars. Feeling they could secure a larger share of the sponsorship money, they left SK in early 2005. Later in the year some of those players returned to SK Gaming
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    Vision Valor Victory (vVv) Gaming

    Vision Valor Victory (vVv) Gaming

    Vision Valor Victory Gaming, or simply “vVv Gaming” is a professional gaming organization based in Los Angeles, California. The organization began competing on the Gears of War title, and today vVv supports teams and players in a dozen different titles on both PC and console, as well as players from over 12 nations across the world, as well as contributing articles to the Chicago Tribune's Geek To Me blog. vVv Gaming was founded in 2007 by Jerry “LordJerith” Prochazka. The organization began competing when it fielded its first Gears of War team: vVv Vision, which placed 1st at the Meadowlands, New Jersey Major League Gaming event in 2007, as well as being heavily favored at the MLG Dallas event, while continuing its dominance at the Columbus event. The first year saw a number of successes, including a 1st place finish at the 2007 World Cyber Games Atlantic Qualifier tournament in Gears of War. At the end of the year, vVv added its first European team to its rankings, vVv Focus, which captured 1st place in Gears of War at the XL3 event in the United Kingdom. In 2008, the Gears of War teams continued to place successfully on the MLG circuit, and vVv also opened a Rainbow Six: Vegas 2
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    MeetYourMakers

    MeetYourMakers, (abbreviated "MYM"), is a professional gaming organization based out of Leipzig, Germany. It was founded in March 2001 by Mark Peter "Mercy" Fries, primarily as a Counter-Strike team. However, MeetYourMakers disbanded in 2009 but was re-founded later that year. The original MeetYourMakers team was most famous for their Warcraft III division, from which MeetYourMakers claimed to be the highest paid Warcraft III team around the globe along with maintaining the top two teams in the world from November 27, 2005 on. with several sources confirming this and indicated that star player Jang Jae Ho was making $108,000 USD on a yearly basis in salary terms alone. The impressive records for MeetYourMakers garnered the respect and invitation from G7 Teams, which allowed them to become a member from August 8, 2006 to its dissolution in 2009. In individual competitions the team was notoriously known for three highly-talented players: Jang Jae Ho who was ranked #3 in international competition, along with being #1 in Korean competition since his first major win in 2003, Jae Wook Noh who was ranked #10 in international competition and #5 in Korean competition throughout history with
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    Final Boss

    Final Boss is a team of professional Halo: Reach gamers who competes in Major League Gaming (MLG). Originally formed with OGRE 1, OGRE 2, StrangePurple, and Dom1nator back in 2003, the team had great success over the years in MLG and non-MLG events in such, that the team was sponsored by Orlando Magic basketball player Gilbert Arenas from 2006 to 2008. They are considered the top Halo team in MLG history based on many victories from 2003 to 2007. Most notably, they had an 8 event winning streak through 2005 to 2006 MLG Seasons. This streak is the longest in MLG's history. The streak was ended by arch-rival Carbon in Orlando, Florida event during the 2006 season. This loss was shocking to Final Boss and they would get second in the next two events which included the 2006 National Championship. With the disappointing second place finish at the end of 2006 season, Final Boss released their longtime teammate and friend Saiyan. To fill his spot, they added StrongSide with who they won the first 2 events of the 2007 season (Charlotte and Meadowlands) but then lost in Dallas to Carbon. Final Boss won the next event (Chicago) before losing to newly formed Str8 Rippin in Orlando. Str8's win
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    Team Triggers Down

    Team Triggers Down

    Triggers Down is a professional Halo: Reach team. In 2009, Triggers Down became the first team to win back to back Halo 3 events.
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    Fnatic

    Fnatic is a professional electronic sports organization based out of Australia, UK and South Korea. Fnatic was founded in July 23, 2004. Fnatic is particularly well known for its highly successful Counter-Strike team, which is the single most financially-successful Counter-Strike team in electronic sports history. Fnatic is one of the founding members of the G7 Teams. Fnatic began the year 2012 with a new title Sponsor, and is now known as FnaticRaidCall. MSi still remains as a main sponsor, as they support the team with their latest laptop, motherboard, and graphics card. However with the new support of RaidCall, Fnatic was able to become the first Foreign E-Sports Organization to have their own house in Seoul, South Korea. The Fnatic organization opened its door for E-Sports on July 23, 2004. A young entrepreneur named Sam Mathews found the organization with the help of Anne Mathews; with three separate squads, consisting of Unreal Tournament, Call of Duty and Counter Strike Female. On the opening week Fnatic welcomed the PainKiller player Sander “Vo0” Kaasjager. Sander dominated the PainKiller scene in 2004 and 2005 around the globe, racking up a lot of titles for Fnatic.
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    Carbon

    Carbon is a professional Major League Gaming (MLG) Halo: Reach team. The team was formed at the MLG event in Orlando 2006 founded by Shockwav3, Karma, Strongside, and Gandhi. Before that, Carbon members competed at MLG events for other teams, such as iGamespot (IGS) Monglers and Phreaks. At Orlando 2006, they ended Final Boss's 8-game winning streak that dated back to MLG's 2005 season. Carbon beat Boss at the final three events of the season: Orlando, the New York City Playoffs and the MLG National Championships in Las Vegas. At the National Championships, Carbon finished first and won $100,000 as a team. Carbon has a strong rivalry with MLG teams Final Boss and Str8 Rippin. On December 18, 2006, the MLG signed Carbon to a 3-year, million dollar deal. USA Network scheduled an MLG show to broadcast weekly that features Carbon every week from November to December 2006. Carbon placed sixth at MLG Meadowlands in the first event of the 2008 Halo 3 Pro Circuit. Carbon was able to defeat Str8 Rippin 3-2 deep in the winners' bracket, but ultimately fell to Team Triggers Down. In the consolation game for fifth and sixth place, Carbon was defeated by Str8 Rippin, leaving Carbon with $2,800
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    Mousesports

    Mousesports, (abbreviated "mouz"), is a professional gaming organization based out of Germany. Mousesports fields teams in many different games and are particularly known for the company's successful Counter-Strike team. Mousesports is one of the founding members of the G7 Teams. Mousesports was formed in 2002 in Berlin, Germany as a Counter-Strike team under the same given name. The team began to compete in small tournaments, which gradually lead to their progression in larger ones, as well. By 2006, when G7 Teams was created, Mousesports was one of the greatest gaming organizations in Europe, consisting of Counter-Strike, Warcraft III, Quake 4 and Unreal Tournament divisions. On May 13, 2007, Mousesports announced that it had acquired Nihilum, the officially-recognized premiere worldwide World of Warcraft organization, with Nihilum recognized as a subsidiary of Mousesports. The guild was remade into a community called "Nihilum: Mousesports MMO". Nihilum was Mousesports' consistently strongest gaming team in the European competition. However, the relations between Mousesports and Nihilum grew uncertain in the fall of 2008 and finally, on November 10, it was announced that the
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