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Counter Logic Gaming

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Counter Logic Gaming
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Team Information
Coach(es)Zach Goldman
Analyst(s)Brandon Prymari Kartman
Jeff Shaw

Counter Logic Gaming (CLG) is a North American esports organization. Founded in April 2010 by George "HotshotGG" Georgallidis, CLG is the oldest League of Legends team still active to this day. Counter Logic Gaming currently only hosts their flagship team, though in the past have sponsored Counter Logic Gaming Black and Counter Logic Gaming EU. For information about their Halo team see their Halo Esportspedia page.


Pre-Season 1

Counter Logic Gaming was founded by HotshotGG on April 16th, 2010. The initial roster included Lociero, Grandjudge, Chauster, Nolja, HotshotGG, Clever, Sabertiger, bigfatjiji, Lilballz, and Kobe24. Most of these players left the team shortly after its creation: Locicero left to focus on school; Grandjudge and Nolja were from Korea while Lilballz was from Taiwan and so they had difficulties attending tournaments; Clever wanted to play casually; and Sabertiger was recruited into the army. When the official roster was finally formed, it consisted of HotshotGG, Kobe24, bigfatjiji, Chauster, and Elementz.

Season 1

CLG found early success with their roster, winning the 2010 WCG Grand Finals[1] and then the Newegg Winter Wanfest 2010 online tournament.[2] After those two early victories, jungler Kobe24 decided to retire from professional gaming and left the team in January 2011; he would eventually go on to become a caster for Riot Games. The next month, Saintvicious joined the team, replacing Kobe.

CLG was one of three North American teams to attend the Riot Season 1 Championship in Sweden in June 2011, along with Epik Gamer and Team SoloMid. They placed second in their group, behind TSM, and then fifth overall in the tournament.[3]

Preseason 2

After the Season 1 Championship, CLG won several major tournaments in a row. First, they won in the online National ESL Premier League Season 1, and then they attended their second international LAN tournament: IEM Cologne. With Salce substituting for Chauster, the lineup included HotshotGG top, Saintvicious jungle, Salce mid, Bigfatlp AD carry, and Elementz support. CLG won their group 3-0 and then defeated Millenium and TSM in the bracket to win the tournament.[4] With Chauster back but Voyboy substituting for bigfatlp, they also won MLG Raleigh in August, this time beating Epik Gamer in the finals.[5]

At IEM Guangzhou in October 2012, CLG's hot streak cooled off slightly, but they still finished in second place, losing to Team WE both in the group stage and in the finals.[6] Immediately after Guangzhou, the team attended IPL3, in Atlantic City. There, they defeated A Picture of A Goose in the first round but then lost to Dignitas in the semifinals before beating TSM in the third-place match. One week later, CLG flew to New York to play in IEM New York; this time they took home fourth place after defeats to SK Gaming and Sypher in the playoffs.

In November, CLG attempted to qualify for MLG Providence; however, in the qualifier they were intending to use a Lilac, but when he was unable to participate, they fielded Lapaka instead. Because Lapaka was officially on the roster of Absolute Legends for the event, CLG was disqualified and RFLX Gaming advanced to the top four and attended MLG Providence instead.[7]

In December 2011, CLG benched long-time support Elementz and moved Chauster to support; this made room for Doublelift to join the team from Epik Gamer. Elementz went on to play for Curse Gaming.

Season 2

In order to participate in the 2011 World Cyber Games, CLG put together a temporary roster including only Canadian players: Chaox and TheOddOne, AD carry and jungler of TSM, joined the team for the tournament; at the same time, Chauster and Reginald joined the other three members of TSM to form a one-off team that they called Chicks Dig Elo. CDE ended up winning the tournament, while CLG came in third.[8]

Returning to their standard lineup of HotshotGG, Saintvicious, bigfatlp, Doublelift, and Chauster, CLG participated in and won the online NESL Premier League Season 2 playoffs. Their next event wasn't until February 2012, when they played in the LoLPro.com Curse Invitational and came in second. In March, they attended their next LAN, the IEM World Championship in Hanover. They placed second in their group behind Dignitas and then lost in the semifinals to Moscow Five, the eventual winners of the tournament; they took home third place after a victory over against All authority.[9]

On March 12th, 2012, CLG temporarily moved to a gaming house in South Korea in order to train and participate in Azubu The Champions Spring 2012. Placed in Group B, CLG entered playoffs but immediately lost to MiG Blaze, the eventual tournament winners, in the quarterfinals. While in Korea, CLG also competed in the online Leaguecraft ggClassic. They lost in the semifinals to 4Not.Fire and then forfeited their third-place match against JPak and Friends. They also briefly flew to Las Vegas (in the United States) to attend IPL 4 from April 6th to April 8th. After being sent to the loser's bracket by Dignitas in the second round, they came back to play against TSM in the grand final, which they ultimately lost to place second overall. On April 25th, moved back to North America.

In May 2012, CLG was involved in a major roster swap between themselves, Dignitas, and Curse Gaming. Saintvicious left CLG and joined Curse, while Curse jungler Crumbzz moved to Dignitas and switched to top lane, and CLG brought in Dignitas top laner Voyboy and moved HotshotGG from top lane to jungle. Additionally, the organization acquired a secondary roster consisting of Sycho Sid, LiNk, Zuna, Hoodstomp, and BloodWater. For more information about the history of that team, see CLG Black. The main CLG roster renamed itself to CLG Prime to avoid confusion.[10]

With their new lineup, CLG placed second at the 2012 Major League Gaming - Spring Championship in June[11] and then third at the GIGABYTE Esports LAN. On July 2nd, 2012 HotshotGG stepped down from the position of active CEO of Counter Logic Gaming, being replaced by his mother Helen "RealMomGG" Georgallidis. [12]

CLG returned to Korea to compete in Azubu The Champions Summer 2012 in July. Once again they placed second in their group, and once again they were eliminated in the quarterfinals, this time losing to Azubu Frost - who went on to win the tournament. After their elimination from the tournament, the team remained in Korea to continue to practice for the upcoming Season Two North American Regional Finals. There, they would take third place, qualifying for the Season 2 World Championship.

CLG didn't advance out of their group at Worlds, losing to Invictus Gaming and Azubu Frost, beating only SK Gaming by using strategy that involved running three Teleports and a Promote. Infamously, Chauster commented in an interview that the team had prepared primarily strategies to be used if they got blue side in the coin toss, but all three of their group-stage coin tosses gave them purple side.[13] After Worlds, Voyboy left the team, HotshotGG moved from jungle back to top lane, Chauster moved to the jungle, and former MiG Frost AD carry Locodoco joined the team to fill the open support role.

Pre-Season 3

CLG prime would attend the 2012 MLG Fall Championship in Dallas on November 2nd through 4th. In the first round they faced the Korean powerhouse NaJin Sword, where they were routed in two lopsided matches. Falling to the losers bracket, CLG Prime would sweep Curse Gaming in round one, and then pick up a close 2-1 series against another NA team Dignitas. They would face their sister team CLG EU in Round 3. Unfortunately, they were outmatched as the European team eliminated them 2-1 from the tournament. CLG Prime would place 4th with $2,000 in winnings.

On November 29th, CLG would enter the IPL 5 tournament held in Las Vegas. In the group stages CLG Prime would dispatch the newly formed Team FeaR twice while dropping a game to CLG EU to advance. In the first round they would defeat Curse EU 2-1, and then move on to face FnaticRC. CLG Prime took the first game off Fnatic with sharp play from their Jiji's Twisted Fate, however the champion was quickly banned out and CLG Prime would lose the next two games. In the losers bracket CLG Prime would face Moscow 5, they would take the first game of the set, but then fell twice against the Russian team, finishing their run in the tournament. CLG Prime would place 5th-6th with $2,500 in prize money. CLG Prime outperformed most expectations of them at tournament, with a strong showing of Chauster as the new jungler, they also challenged the perception of Team Solo Mid as the strongest team in the NA scene[14].

After the event, Locodoco expressed in an interview that "coming to America was a mistake"[15], but added that it did not indicate he would be leaving the team. On December 4th however, CLG announced the departure of Locodoco. They would use Nhat Nguyen as temporary substitute in the coming MLG Prizefights.

On December 28th, CLG officially announced Aphromoo as their starting support player to fill the position left by Locodoco, and the acquisition of LiNk as an alternate player. Also announced were the resignation of Chief Executive Officer Helen “RealMomGG” Georgallidis and Chief Operations Officer Robert “CyberBob” Del Papa, promotion of Kelby “SAYOCEAN” May to General Manager for the organization, and the renaming of the premier squad back to the original Counter Logic Gaming name from Counter Logic Gaming Prime, due to the departure of Counter Logic Gaming EU and disbanding of Counter Logic Gaming Black, leaving the previously known Prime as the only team under the CLG banner. [16]

Following the acquisition of LiNk, on January 15th, bigfatlp announced that he would be stepping down from the starting roster to a substitute position, citing lack of confidence in his own play. [17]

Season 3

Into the first week of Season 3, on February 9th, Bloodwater was announced to be the second substitute player of the team,[18] but he left the team 4 days later.[19]

On February 27th, 2013, CLG was participating in Riot Season 3 NA Championship Series Spring Season. After 10 weeks Round Robin with Team SoloMid, Team Dignitas, Team Vulcun, Team MRN, Curse Gaming, Good Game University and compLexity Gaming, CLG successfully qualified to Sping Season Playoffs. However, CLG was outplayed by Team Vulcun with 1-2 in Quarterfinals, placed 5th-6th with Team Dignitas. Also, CLG failed to qualify to Riot Season 3 NA Championship Series Summer Season and participated in Summer Promotion. In the Summer Promotion, CLG faced Azure Cats in the promotion match. Fortunately, CLG defeated Azure Cats 3-0, securing their spot in the Riot Season 3 NA Championship Series Summer Season.

As the unsatisfactory result of LCS Spring Season and preparing for LCS Summer Season, HotshotGG decided to step down from top lane and acquired Nientonsoh to fill the position. Moreover, bigfatlp returned to the main roster as jungler while Aphromoo left and Chauster returned to support position.

On July 24th, 2013, CLG announced that MonteCristo would be joining CLG as a coach.[20]

The Summer LCS Season proved to rocky for the new CLG roster, spending most of the season competing to stay in middle of the pack, ending the season in 6th place with a 13-15 but able to make it into the playoffs. Their first game was against old time rivals TSM but they were unable to win a game, going 0-2, losing their chance to make it to the Season 3 World Championship. They went on to face Team Curse to compete for the 5th place spot to win a spot back for the Season 4 Spring LCS. They were able to come together and go 2-0 and win back the spot into the league.

Pre-2014 Season

Chauster announce his retirement from competitive play. bigfatlp moves to sub position. CLG stated that they are currently trying out new players for jungle and support.

On November 7th it was announced that Aphromoo and TrickZ would fill the support and jungler positions for CLG during IEM Season VIII - Cologne.[21]

2014 Season

On August 12th, 2014, Riot announced that Counter Logic Gaming violated the LCS rules by account sharing during their bootcamp in Korea. Link, dexter, Doublelift and Aphromoo were fined $ 1,250 USD each as well as 2-year ban from OGN and KeSPA-owned tournaments.[22][23]

2015 Preseason

CLG was one of the fan-voted teams to IEM Cologne, along with Team Dignitas and Gambit Gaming. New jungler Xmithie was signed prior to the tournament but was unable to attend due to visa issues; the team played with Thinkcard instead and finished second, behind Gambit Gaming.

On December 10th, CLG was fined $10,000 by Riot after being found guilty of poaching Scarra from Dignitas. Additionally, Scarra would be prohibited from serving the position of being CLG's head coach for the first three weeks of the spring LCS, and CLG would have to find a different head coach to fill that role for that period of time.[24]

CLG and Doublelift were fined once again on January 6th, 2015 after being found guilty of poaching ZionSpartan. CLG was fined $2,000 while Doublelift was fined $2,500. Furthermore was CLG restricted from fielding ZionSpartan as a player or coach for the first week of the 2015 LCS Spring Split.[25]

2015 Season

With the addition of Xmithie and ZionSpartan, CLG stormed to the top of the league's spring split, boasting a 7-1 start and holding either first or second place in the league at the end of every week until the last day of the split. Despite setting a team record regular season winrate at 12-6, CLG lost a second-place tiebreaker with Cloud9 and failed to receive a playoff bye. In the quarterfinals against Team Liquid, CLG repeated their last season's performance with another first-round 0-3 series loss, finishing the season tied for fifth with Gravity.

Prior to the start of the summer split, CLG announced that they would move to a six-man roster with two mid laners who would both start in games: Pobelter and Huhi joined the team, while Link left.[26] Despite this announcement, Pobelter would play every game in the summer split. They also added a new head coach, Chris "Blurred Limes" Ehrenreich, and moved analyst Zikz to Strategic Coach.[27]

Echoing their spring split performance, CLG started the summer split strong, in first place at the end of each of the first four weeks, but then lost four consecutive games and fell to fifth. This time, however, they rebounded and ended the season in second at 13-5 after a lost tiebreaker with first place Team Liquid. They received a bye in the first round of the playoffs and then swept both Team Impulse and Team SoloMid 3-0 to win their first LAN event since MLG Raleigh in 2011 and received North America's top seed to the World Championship. Shortly after their qualification, the team announced that Huhi would be substituting for them in the jungle, due to "unresolvable VISA issues" with Xmithie; however, two weeks later the situation was resolved with some help from members of the community who reached out to the team on reddit.[28][29][30] Despite playing with Xmithie and having a relatively easy group draw with KOO Tigers, Flash Wolves, and paiN Gaming, CLG didn't advance from their Worlds group, ending with a 2-4 record including a loss to paiN.

2016 Season

Despite the fact that Huhi hadn't gotten to play a single game live with the team during the 2015 season, in October CLG announced that he would replace Pobelter for the 2016 season as starting mid laner.[31] Doublelift also left the team, after over four years of playing for CLG.[32] He was replaced by Stixxay, originally a substitute at IEM San Jose in November 2015, but eventually a starting member for the 2016 season. At San Jose, CLG defeated Unicorns of Love and Jin Air before losing to Origen in the finals. Their performance earned them a seed into IEM Katowice, which they attended after the seventh week of the LCS. However, despite being in a strong position domestically, in second place behind only the almost-undefeated Immortals (to whom CLG had handed their only loss of the season the week before), CLG were eliminated immediately from Katowice, losing first to SK Telecom T1 and then to Fnatic.

CLG entered the LCS playoffs in second place, still behind Immortals, and still the only team to have beaten Immortals in the regular season. They won their semifinal series against Team Liquid in five games, winning the last game with a double teleport play to catch out Piglet and close out a win. Despite seeding expectations, their finals match was against TSM, who had 3-0'd Immortals the week before. This series also went to five games, and CLG once again won, qualifying for the Mid-Season Invitational. While individually their players were not as strong as TSM's, CLG's win over them was attributed to team coordination; coach Zikz described the team by saying, "None of us are selfish, at all. We only focus on teamwork," in a post-finals interview.[33]

CLG were seen by some as too week individually to compete at MSI and by others as having a chance based on their their teamwork. The team shattered expectations in two ways - first, by going 1-1 with both SK Telecom T1 and Royal Never Give Up, the two favorites; and second, by losing a game to the IWCI team SuperMassive eSports. Their final group stage record was 7-3, behind only the Chinese RNG, and they won their semifinal match against the Flash Wolves 3-1 before losing to the revitalized SK Telecom 3-0 in the finals. Aphromoo in particular received attention for setting the support meta of the tournament, playing  Sona in the semifinals which led to a  Nami pick from SKT's Wolf in the finals. Stixxay also cemented his position as a strong rookie player with several strong performances. With their second-place finish, CLG set two new records for a North American team: they were the first ever to beat SKT, and the first to advance to the finals of a Riot-sponsored international tournament.

After returning from MSI, CLG was expected to continue their strong performance. However, in the new Bo3 format for the summer split, the team unexpectedly got off to a very slow start. In particular, Huhi was heavily criticised for his in-game decision. Still towards the end of the summer split, the team was finally able to adapt to the meta to finish 4th with 10-8 record. In the Summer Playoffs, they faced off Team Liquid in the first round and easily advance to the semi-finals in 3:1 fashion. In another showdown against their long time rival TSM, the team did not win a single match. Notably in this series, due to a technical bug with Aurelion Sol, a champion that Huhi was very proficient with, both teams have to remake Game 1. Though the team placed fourth for the Summer Playoffs after losing the third place match up against Immortals, their accumulated circuit points were enough to qualify them for Worlds as the second seed from the NA region.

At Worlds, they were grouped with ROX Tigers, G2 Esports, and Albus NoX Luna. While the squad had some brilliant moments, such as Huhi's strong performance on Aurelion Sol to beat out ROX the first round of Group Stage, their 3-3 record was not enough advance them out of Group Stage.

2017 Season

Without any change in their starting line up, the team maintained their previous season's performance, going 10-8 to place 4th at the end of the spring split to secure a bye into the quarter finals. This time however, they lost to FlyQuest in 2:3 fashion. Their spring playoffs placement secures them 10 circuit points towards 2017 World Championship.

During the offseason, CLG traded Xmithie to Immortals for Dardoch.

Going into the summer split, CLG appear to start off strong, with Dardoch showcasing a much more aggressive playstyle in the jungle to help the team take the lead in early game phases. However, towards the end of the split, the team's performance plateaued with signs of sub-optimal synergies amongst team members. Much to the surprise of fans and some analysts, the organization announced on July 25 that they are letting go of Dardoch to Team Liquid and bringing onboard OmarGod from their training squad to play for the rest of the season. According to the press statement, Dardoch was let go becuase of his unwillingness to align with the team's focus on teamwork and culture. With the new line up, the team performed well enough to place third in the regular season.

During the playoff, they first faced off Team EnVyUs and narrowly beat them out 3:2 to advance to the semifinals where they meet Immortals. Unfortunately, the team failed to secure a single win. In the third place match at Boston, CLG completely dominated Team Dignitas to end their 2017 playoffs in third place. While disappointing, the team still secured enough circuit points to make one final effort get the last seed spot in the 2017 Season North America Regional Finals.

In the regional gauntlet, the team first faced off FlyQuest who had just come off of a domineering performance against Team Dignitas. In 3:1 fashion, CLG advance to the next round where they faced Cloud9. This is the first time these two organizations' history to face each other in the post-regular season match up. Though the team was able to take back a match off of Huhi's stellar performance on his pocket pick Aurelion So in Game 3, the team was unable to reserve sweep the series, thus ending their 2017 season run.


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  • January 15th, bigfatlp steps down from starting roster to a substitute position; LiNk takes starting mid lane role.[17]
  • January 16th, AZUBU TV sponsors Counter Logic Gaming.[47]
  • February 9th, BloodWater joins as the substitute.[18]
  • February 13th, BloodWater leaves.[19]
  • May 14th, iBUYPOWER sponsors Counter Logic Gaming.[48]
  • May 26th, Nientonsoh joins as new starting Top lane, Chauster moves to Support, bigfatlp moves to starting Jungle, HotshotGG moves to substitute/Coaching role, and Aphromoo leaves.[49]
  • July 3rd, NZXT sponsors Counter Logic Gaming.[50]
  • July 24th, MonteCristo officially confirmed as coach.[20]
  • August 2nd, NydusHerMain announced as substitute. [51]
  • August 5th, LolClass sponsors Counter Logic Gaming.[52]
  • October 23rd, Chauster retires and bigfatlp becomes a substitute.[53]
  • January 11th, Yassuo joins as streamer.[92]
  • January 13th, Jeff Shaw joins as Data Analyst.[93] bchenN leaves Director of Operations position.[94]
  • August 7th, Zikz leaves coaching position. Assistant coach Zach Goldman becomes interim head coach.[95]

Player Roster





  • HotshotGG, President/Owner/Co-Founder.
  • Vodoo, CTO/Co-Founder. Nationality: de.
  • [[]], Chief Operating Officer. Nationality: us.
  • Trinitiii, Director of Esports. Nationality: us.
  • [[]], Interim Head Coach. Nationality: us.
  • Prymari, Research Analyst. Nationality: us.
  • [[]], Data Analyst. Nationality: us.


  • Zikz, Head Coach.
  • Mr. Mandalcio, Analyst. Nationality: us.
  • Mylixia, CEO. Nationality: us.
  • bchenN, Director of Finance and Operations. Nationality: us.
  • MaTTcom, General Manager/Director of Partnerships/Art Director. Nationality: us.
  • Blurred Limes, Head Coach. Nationality: us.
  • hi im gosu, Streamer. Nationality: ca.
  • scarra, Head Coach. Nationality: us.
  • Comely, Macro Specialist. Nationality: us.
  • SAYOCEAN, General Manager. Nationality: us.
  • MonteCristo, Head Coach. Nationality: us.
  • RealMomGG, Chief Executive Officer. Nationality: ca.
  • CyberBob, Chief Operating Officer. Nationality: us.

Team Achievements


In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2016-09-10 RpPoints.png A22nd 2017 Season North America Regional Finals 1 : 3 C9logo std.png Cloud9
2017-09-02 LCS logo 25x25.png A33rd 2017 NA LCS Summer Playoffs 3 : 0 Dignitaslogo std.png Team Dignitas
2017-08-06 LCS logo 25x25.png A33rd 2017 NA LCS Summer Round Robin 12 : 6 Blanklogo std.png Not found
2017-04-9 LCS logo 25x25.png A55 - 6th 2017 NA LCS Spring Playoffs 2 : 3 FLYlogo std.png FlyQuest
2017-03-26 LCS logo 25x25.png A44th 2017 NA LCS Spring Round Robin 10 : 8 Blanklogo std.png Not found


In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2016-10-06 WCS 2015 small.png A99 - 12th 2016 Season World Championship 3 : 3 Blanklogo std.png Not found $ 37,687.50
2016-08-27 LCS logo 25x25.png A44th 2016 NA LCS Summer Playoffs 2 : 3 IMTlogo std.png Immortals $ 10,000
2016-07-30 LCS logo 25x25.png A44th 2016 NA LCS Summer Round Robin 25 : 21 Blanklogo std.png Not found
2016-05-15 MSI logo.png A22nd 2016 Mid-Season Invitational 0 : 3 SKT T1logo std.png SK Telecom T1 $ 100,000
2016-04-17 LCS logo 25x25.png A11st 2016 NA LCS Spring Playoffs 3 : 2 TSMlogo std.png Team SoloMid $ 50,000
2016-03-20 LCS logo 25x25.png A22nd 2016 NA LCS Spring Round Robin 13 : 5 Blanklogo std.png Not found
2016-03-05 Esltumbnail.png A77 - 8th IEM Season X - World Championship 1 : 2 Fnaticlogo std.png Fnatic $ 1,500


In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2015-11-22 Esltumbnail.png A22nd IEM Season X - San Jose 0 : 3 Origenlogo std.png Origen $ 11,000
2015-10-08 WCS 2015 small.png B212 - 13th 2015 Season World Championship 2 : 4 Blanklogo std.png Not found $ 35,000
2015-08-23 LCS logo 25x25.png A11st 2015 NA LCS Summer Playoffs 3 : 0 TSMlogo std.png Team SoloMid $ 50,000
2015-07-26 LCS logo 25x25.png A22nd 2015 NA LCS Summer Round Robin 13 : 5 Blanklogo std.png Not found
2015-04-04 LCS logo 25x25.png A55 - 6th 2015 NA LCS Spring Playoffs 0 : 3 Liquidlogo std.png Team Liquid
2015-03-29 LCS logo 25x25.png A33rd 2015 NA LCS Spring Round Robin 12 : 6 Blanklogo std.png Not found


In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2014-12-21 Esltumbnail.png A22nd IEM Season IX - Cologne 1 : 3 Gambitlogo std.png Gambit Gaming $ 6,500
2014-09-09 LCS logo 25x25.png I1Q 2015 NA LCS Spring Promotion 3 : 2 Crs Acadlogo std.png Curse Academy
2014-08-29 LCS logo 25x25.png A66th 2014 NA LCS Summer Playoffs 1 : 3 Dignitaslogo std.png Team Dignitas
2014-08-03 LCS logo 25x25.png A55th 2014 NA LCS Summer Round Robin 13 : 15 Blanklogo std.png Not found
2014-04-20 LCS logo 25x25.png A33rd 2014 NA LCS Spring Playoffs 2 : 0 Crslogo std.png Team Curse $ 15,000
2014-04-06 LCS logo 25x25.png A33rd 2014 NA LCS Spring Round Robin 18 : 10 Blanklogo std.png Not found


In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2013-11-24 Esltumbnail.png A33 - 4th IEM Season VIII - Cologne 1 : 2 Fnaticlogo std.png Fnatic $ 5,000
2013-08-31 LCS logo 25x25.png A55th LCS NA Season 3 Summer Playoffs 2 : 0 Crslogo std.png Team Curse
2013-08-16 LCS logo 25x25.png A66th LCS NA Season 3 Summer Regular Season 13 : 15 Blanklogo std.png Not found
2013-05-12 RpPoints.png I1Q LCS NA Season 3 Summer Promotion 3 : 0 AClogo std.png Azure Cats
2013-04-26 LCS logo 25x25.png A55 - 6th LCS NA Season 3 Spring Playoffs 1 : 2 Vlogo std.png Team Vulcun
2013-04-19 LCS logo 25x25.png A44th LCS NA Season 3 Spring Regular Season 13 : 15 Blanklogo std.png Not found
In Major Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2013-02-01 A33rd National ESL Pro Series V 2 : 0 FeaRlogo std.png Team FeaR $ 900


In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2012-12-01 Ipllogo small.png A55 - 6th IGN ProLeague 5 1 : 2 M5logo std.png Moscow Five $ 2,500
2012-11-03 MLG-Logo-Small.png A44th 2012 MLG Fall Championship 1 : 2 CLG EUlogo std.png Counter Logic Gaming Europe $ 2,000
2012-10-04 RpPoints.png A99 - 10th Riot Season 2 World Championship 1 : 2 Blanklogo std.png Not found $ 50,000
2012-09-02 RpPoints.png A33rd Riot Season 2 North American Regionals 2 : 0 Crslogo std.png Team Curse $ 25,000
2012-07-03 Ogn logo.png A55 - 8th Azubu The Champions Summer 2012 0 : 2 AZFlogo std.png Azubu Frost ₩ 6,500,000
2012-06-10 MLG-Logo-Small.png A22nd 2012 MLG Spring Championship 1 : 2 TSMlogo std.png Team SoloMid $ 12,000
2012-04-25 Ogn logo.png A55 - 8th Azubu The Champions Spring 2012 0 : 2 MiG Blazelogo std.png MiG Blaze ₩ 4,500,000
2012-04-08 Ipllogo small.png A22nd IGN ProLeague 4 0 : 2 TSMlogo std.png Team SoloMid $ 12,500
2012-03-10 Esltumbnail.png A33rd IEM Season VI - World Championship 2 : 1 AAalogo std.png against All authority $ 8,000
In Major Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2012-11-07 A11st National ESL Pro Series IV 2 : 0 FeaRlogo std.png Team FeaR $ 6,000
2012-06-17 A33rd GIGABYTE Esports LAN 2 : 1 TDlogo std.png Team Dynamic $ 1,000


In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2011-12-11 WCGlogo small.png A33rd 2011 WCG Grand Finals 2 : 1 M Spiritlogo std.png Millenium $ 3,000
2011-10-16 Esltumbnail.png A44th IEM Season VI - Global Challenge New York 1 : 2 Sypherlogo std.png Team Sypher $ 2,400
2011-10-09 Ipllogo small.png A33rd IGN ProLeague 3 2 : 0 TSMlogo std.png Team SoloMid $ 2,500
2011-10-05 Esltumbnail.png A22nd IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Guangzhou 1 : 2 WElogo std.png Team WE $ 6,000
2011-08-27 MLG-Logo-Small.png A11st 2011 MLG Raleigh 4 : 0 Epiklogo std.png Epik Gamer $ 12,500
2011-08-21 Esltumbnail.png A11st IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Cologne 2 : 1 TSMlogo std.png Team SoloMid $ 12,000
2011-06-20 RpPoints.png A55th Riot Season 1 Championship 1 : 0 Gamed!delogo std.png Team GAMED.DE $ 3,500
2010-10-03 WCGlogo small.png A11st 2010 WCG Grand Finals 2 : 1 SKlogo std.png SK Gaming $ 6,000
In Major Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2011-12-18 A11st National ESL Premier League II 2 : 0 Crslogo std.png Team Curse $ 2,400
2011-07-16 A11st National ESL Premier League I 2 : 0 UnRlogo std.png unRestricted eSports $ 2,400


In Major Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2010-11-30 A11st Newegg Winter Wanfest 2010 2 : 1 OPlogo std.png Team OP $ 3,500



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  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017

The CLG Documentary

See Also

External Links



  1. WCG 2010 Medal List wcg.com
  2. Newegg Winter Wanfest 2010 Double Elimination Finals Bracket wanfest.newegg.com
  3. Official Season One Championship Page season-one-championship.eu.leagueoflegends.com
  4. IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Cologne esl-world.net
  5. MLG Raleigh 2011 Finals VODs tv.majorleaguegaming.com
  6. IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Guangzhou esl-world.net
  7. MLG Providence 2011 Qualifier Results majorleaguegaming.com
  8. WCG 2011 Tournament Brackets wcg.com
  9. IEM Season VI World Championship - Hanover 'esl-world.net
  10. Introducing CLG's Second NA Team: CLG Black"clgaming.net"
  11. MLG Spring Championship 2012 Results majorleaguegaming.com
  12. CLG appoints new CEO, Helen “RealMomGG” Georgallidis clgaming.net
  13. Chauster Talks About The S2 Worlds Loss feat. his girlfriend Maggie - IPL Interview youtube.com
  14. Chauster talks about their run at IPL 5, 2013, and training more gamespot.com
  15. “Coming to America was a mistake.” – This Is Game interviews Locodoco of CLG Prime ggchronicle.com
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 16.4 16.5 CLG in 2013 clgaming.net
  17. 17.0 17.1 hello peepzorz,... (in jijispeak) facebook.com; manisier comments on bigfatlp is now a sub for CLG (English translation) reddit.com
  18. 18.0 18.1 Kelby May talks about how he made it in CLG, a new sub, and more gamespot.com
  19. 19.0 19.1 Good Game University Facebook Status
  20. 20.0 20.1 CLG brings on MonteCristo as Coach clgaming.net
  21. Aphromoo discusses his return to CLG, season 4, supports and more ongamers.com
  22. League of Legends Competition Ruling - Counter Logic Gaming na.lolesports.com
  23. 공식 리그 출전 선수 대리 게임 관련 e스포츠 제재 안내 (Korean) leagueoflegends.co.kr
  24. Competitive Ruling: Counter Logic Gaming lolesports.com
  25. Competitive Ruling: Counter Logic Gaming lolesports.com
  26. CLG Brings Change to the Mid Lane clgaming.net
  27. 27.0 27.1 Introducing the new CLG.LoL Coaching Staff clgaming.net
  28. 28.0 28.1 CLG Worlds Roster Update clgaming.net
  29. [LoL] Is there anyway I can get into contact with management in terms of the VISA issue, I found something that might help? reddit.com
  30. 30.0 30.1 Xmithie to Play in 2015 World Group Stages clgaming.net
  31. 31.0 31.1 Mid Lane Changes For LCS 2016 clgaming.net
  32. 32.0 32.1 CLG Parts Ways With Doublelift clgaming.net
  33. CLG vs TSM, Game 5 - NA LCS 2016 Spring Playoffs Grand Final - Counter Logic Gaming vs Team SoloMid (Interview with Tony "Zikz" Grey) youtube.com
  34. The beginning of CLG (1st Anniversary) clgaming.net
  35. Newegg Wanfest newegg.com
  36. Counter Logic Gaming summonersriftlol.wordpress.com
  37. Counter Logic Gaming tie the knot with Razer clgaming.net
  38. CLG Welcomes Doublelift back to the Fold clgaming.net
  39. CLG NA heads to Korea after IEM clgaming.net
  40. Doublelift post-OGN loss AMA qq reddit.com
  41. Counter Logic Gaming announces a new partnership with ELOBUFF clgaming.net
  42. CLG Roster Changesclgaming.net
  43. Introducing CLG's Second NA Team: CLG Back clgaming.net
  44. Counter Logic Gaming Partners with XMG Schenker Notebooks clgaming.net
  45. CLG NA Roster Changes clgaming.net
  46. CLG Roster Change and Season 3 Tryouts clgaming.net
  47. CLG partners with Azubu clgaming.net
  48. CLG Partners with iBUYPOWER clgaming.net
  49. CLG Roster Changes clgaming.net
  50. CLG partners with NZXT clgaming.net
  51. NydusHerMain is now a sub for CLG clgaming.net
  52. CLG Partners with LoL Class clgaming.net
  53. Chauster Retires from League of Legends, CLG Roster Changes clgaming.net
  54. CLG and Azubu renew partnership for 2014 clgaming.net
  55. Nien steps down from starting role clgaming.net
  56. Links joins CLoud 9 to compete at All-Stars Paris 2014 clgaming.net
  57. Link joins Cloud 9 to compete in All-Stars Paris 2014 content.azubu.tv
  58. Seraph joins CLG clgaming.net
  59. CLG Parts Ways with AzubuTV clgaming.net
  60. CLG Partners with Twitch and Cellucor clgaming.net
  61. hi im gosu joins CLG clgaming.net
  62. Montecristo steps down as coach clgaming.net
  63. CLG Roster Changes: dexter Steps Down clgaming.net
  64. CLG Brings on Scarra as Coach; Tryouts to begin immediately clgaming.net
  65. ZionSpartan Joins CLG clgaming.net
  66. A Completed Roster and IEM Cologne clgaming.net
  67. CLG Coaching Staff Changes clgaming.net
  68. HyperX New Headset Sponsor of CLG clgaming.net
  69. Winterfox's Facebook post facebook.com
  70. CLG Brings Change to the Mid Lane clgaming.net
  71. Counter Logic Gaming Appoints New CEO clgaming.net
  72. CLG adds an analyst twitter.com
  73. Blurred Limes' Twitlonger twitlonger.com
  74. Pobelter on Leaving CLG, Chris Let Go, the Doublelift Drama, and His Futureyoutube.com
  75. Announcing CLG.LoL's New Head Coach clgaming.net
  76. LoL at IEM San Jose This Weekend clgaming.net
  77. [http://clgaming.net/news/748-our-2016-league-of-legends-roster Our 2016 League of Legends Roster> clgaming.net
  78. Enemy's Tweet twitter.com
  79. Meet 2016 NA LCS Summer Split teams. lolesports.com
  80. Welcome Trinitiii clgaming.net
  81. YoonA's Twitter Post twitter.com
  82. Welcome Dardoch clgaming.net
  83. Grievance departs clg.com
  84. Farewell Dardoch clg.com
  85. Heeeeee's Baaaaaaaack twitter.com
  86. The Madison Square Garden Company x CLG clgaming.net
  87. A New Age: CLG and MSG clgaming.net
  88. Nick Allen named VP of MSG Esports clgaming.net
  89. Introducing the CLG 2018 LCS Roster clgaming.net
  90. Farewell Aphromoo clgaming.net
  91. Announcing my Departure from CLG and a Thank You twitlonger.com
  92. Welcome Yassuo clgaming.net
  93. Announcing the CLG LCS Staff for LCS 2018 clgaming.net
  94. Goodbye CLG, and on to New Ventures twitlonger.com
  95. CLG's Twitter Post twitter.com