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Dirt Nap Gaming

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Dirt Nap Gaming
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Team Information
LocationUnited States
History
Created2011-11-12

Dirt Nap Gaming was a team officially formed in April 2012. Before becoming the official team of DirtNap, they were known as Just The Usual. DNG started as a group of friends all located in Southern California. On July 21st, Dirt Nap Gaming announced the foundation of a second and third League of Legends team, named Dirt Nap Gaming.Rage and Dirt Nap Gaming.Panda. On August 13th, 2012 it was announced that Dirt Nap Gaming.Panda along with Dirt Nap Gaming.JustTheUsual had parted with the Dirt Nap Gaming organization. [1]

History

Dirt Nap Gaming was founded in 2011 as a competitive community for League of Legends players. As the community grew there was increased demand for a professional League of Legends team to be created to represent the growing numbers of esports fans within the community. In April of 2012 Dirt Nap Gaming made one of its community teams, named Just The Usual, its official professional team. JTU left Dirt Nap Gaming in the Summer of 2012 to join Monomaniac. Dirt Nap Gaming replaced them with a team that never got of the ground and that team eventually disbanded in the Fall of 2012. In November of 2012 Dirt Nap Gaming put together a new team with it's Manager, Brian "Guitar" Cordry. In January of 2013 Dirt Nap Gaming's team played in the LCS Qualifiers and made it all the way to the final match of the tournament. In that final match they lost to MRN, who went on to the LCS. In March of 2013 Dirt Nap Gaming lost its team to a brand new organization called Velocity Esports. The team went on to finish 2nd at MLG Dalls that month. In May of 2013 Dirt Nap Gaming's former team, now Velocity eSports, qualifies for Riot's LCS. In June of 2013 Dirt Nap Gaming picks up Challenger team Vex Gaming as their new roster.

Timeline

Player Roster

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Organization

|- |USA | SmaCkexe |Nick Bundy |Chief Executive Officer



Team Achievements

In Major Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2013-02-24 A33rd SoloMid IPL6 Qualifier 0 : 2 Crs Acadlogo std.png Curse Academy $ 1,000
2013-02-03 A33 - 4th CLG Premier Series 1 : 2 Crs Acadlogo std.png Curse Academy $ 650
In Minor, Monthly, and Weekly Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2013-03-03 A22nd National ESL Premier League V 1 : 2 Crs Acadlogo std.png Curse Academy $ 1,200
2013-02-14 A11st Rising Stars Invitational Title Fight #5 2 : 0 C9logo std.png Cloud9 $ 500
2013-02-07 A11st Rising Stars Invitational Title Fight #4 2 : 1 C9logo std.png Cloud9 $ 500
2013-01-30 A11st Rising Stars Invitational #3 2 : 0 Pulselogo std.png Pulse Esports $ 500
2013-01-23 A11st Rising Stars Invitational #2 2 : 0 Pulselogo std.png Pulse Esports $ 500
2013-01-18 A22nd Rising Stars Invitational #1 0 : 2 C9logo std.png Cloud9 $ 250
2012-12-09 A11st National ESL Go4LoL Cup #91 1 : 0 [[File:|link=|60px]] High Rollers Gaming $ 200
2012-12-02 A11st National ESL Go4LoL Cup #90 1 : 0 Blanklogo std.png Not found $ 200
2012-05-12 A11st MSI Battlegrounds 2 : 0 Blanklogo std.png Not found $ 1,000
2012-04-29 A11st National ESL Go4LoL Cup #60 1 : 0 Blanklogo std.png Not found $ 200

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