|Coaches:||Jerad "FrostyFrost" Frost|
|Sponsor(s):||Corsair Gaming |
Avant Garde is an Australian team.
AVANT GARDE (est. 2011), is an Australian eSports Organization collecting some of the best teams in the nation to rally under one banner. Over the last year the organization stepped up their operations and today has over 50 members all around Australia competing in 10 different titles on both PC and Xbox. Together we believe ourselves to be leaders in this industry, leading through example with our final goal being able to support our players to the highest international level.
AVANT-GARDE has become a premier organization for teams to aspire to be a part of. With a large social network and fantastic LAN presence, AVANT-GARDE has become one of the biggest organizations in Australian e-Sports.
League of Legends
In October 2012, Avant Garde formed their first League of Legends roster under the name Avant Garde Redemption.
The organisation formed their second roster, Avant Garde Ascension in February 2014.
After the disbanding of both previous rosters in July 2014, Avant Garde formed a main roster just a month later. The team saw success in Oceanic tournaments, placing 2nd in Logitech CGPL Season 2 Winter and winning the 2014 Oceanic Regional Tournament Finals. Due to this, the team had secured themselves a place at IEM Season IX - Taipei, though after a couple of changes to the team's roster, they were beaten by Taipei Assassins in the quarterfinals of the tournament.
- January 7th, Malaz, Triple, and Blindturkey join. Destiny moves to AD carry. Porky and Warble become subs. Wrekt joins as a sub and will be a starter until February when Triple turns 17.
- February 15th, Stark joins as the starting AD. Destiny moves back to the support role. Blindturkey becomes a sub.
- February 28th, Raintear joins as the starting top laner. Malaz becomes a sub.
- March 14th, Destiny moves to sub.
- May 19th, Destiny leaves.
- May 23rd, Paradise, Chenyboy, and Jayke join. Raintear and Stark leave.
- February 24th, Avant Garde acquires the roster of Mindfreak eSports to form Avant Garde Ascension. Minkywhale, Carbon, ChuChuZ, Cardrid, ErectGymnast, Impaired and Rusty join.
- June 27th (approx.), Scott "Rankonius" Rankin joins as General Manager.
- July 1st, Avant Garde Redemption roster is released.
- July 7th, Avant Garde Ascension roster leaves the organization.
- August, Avant Garde forms a new team. Porky, Yozora (now Chelby), Kenste, Veritas, NADA, and WarbleGubul join.
- December 29th, Veritas leaves.
|Paradise||Zhi Xiao (植晓)||Top|
|Blindturkey||Joshua Patrizi||Sub/Support||Chiefs Black|
|Junnie||James An||Sub/Support||The Chiefs eSports Club|
|NADA||Samuel Woo||Support||Legacy Genesis|
|Veritas||Kim Kyoung-min (김경민)||AD||Final Five|
|Wez||Wesley Collier||Chief Executive Officer|
|Lionberg||James Irvin||Chief Operating Officer|
|FatCat||Eddy Sellers||Manager||The Chiefs eSports Club|
|ShoTzz||Marco Mantarro||Manager||Dire Wolves|
|Rankonius||Scott Rankin||General Manager|
|In Premier Tournaments|
|2016-03-22||5th||Oceanic Pro League 2016 Split 1||4 : 6||Group Stage (W/L)|
|2015-07-20||3 - 4th||Oceanic Pro League 2015 Split 2 Playoffs||0 : 3||The Chiefs eSports Club||A$ 4,000|
|2015-07-09||4th||Oceanic Pro League 2015 Split 2||8 : 6||Group Stage (W/L)|
|2015-03-30||5th||Oceanic Pro League 2015 Split 1||6 : 8||Group Stage (W/L)|
|2015-01-28||5 - 6th||IEM Season IX - Taipei||0 : 2||Taipei Assassins||$ 2,000|
|2014-11-02||1st||2014 Oceanic Regional Tournament Finals||3 : 2||Legacy eSports||A$ 24,000|
- Avant Garde League of Legends Roster Announcement avantgaming.com
- Avant Garde's Facebook Post facebook.com
- Avant Garde's Tweet twitter.com
- Destiny's Tweet twitlonger.com
- Avant Gaming's Facebook Post twitlonger.com
-  avantgaming.com
- ANNOUNCEMENT: Avant.LoL's new lineup! avantgaming.com.au Cite error: Invalid
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- Mindfreak eSports' Facebook Post facebook.com
- Veritas's tweet twitter.com