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Team EnVyUs

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Team EnVyUs
Team EnVyUslogo square.png
Team Information
Location: North America North America
Managers: Matt "Matt" Akhavan
Toby "Pyrex" Kwon
Website: http://www.teamenvyus.com/
Sponsor(s): HyperX
Scuf Gaming
Monster Energy
Zowie
DXRacer
Elgato Gaming
NZXT
Youtube: TeamEnVyUs
Facebook: Team EnVyUs
Twitter: TeamEnVyUs
Organization
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History
Created: LoL Division 2016-05-18
Current Roster
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Team EnVyUs is a North American multi-gaming organization. Their League of Legends team was founded in May 2016 upon acquiring the roster and LCS seed of Renegades.

History

Team EnVyUs was announced on May 18th, 2016, as the new organization of Renegades, inheriting three signed players in Seraph, Ninja, and Hakuho, as well as the team's NA LCS Summer Season seed.[1] The acquisition took place after Renegades was banned from LCS ownership, but reportedly the two organizations were in talks prior to the ruling.[2] Their final roster for the LCS added Procxin, Nientonsoh, and LOD.[3]

2016

From the get go, Team EnVyUs showed strong performance around players like Procxin and Seraph. At one point, they were considered a possible top contender for the Summer Playoffs. However, as time passes, the team didn't improve their game play and their performance began to suffer. Although they still made it to playoff, they fail to make it past quarterfinal against Cloud9 in a 1:3. Their fortune did not improve when they tried to contend for the third seed in the 2016 Season North America Regional Finals. Again, they fail to make it past Cloud 9 in a 0:3 result. While disappointing, they retain their spot in the NALCS for the 2017 season.

During the offseason, the organization went through some roster changes by acquiring Lira, Pirean, and Apollo to the line up and letting go of LOD. They also brought on Dylan Falco as the head coach.

2017

Throughout the split, the team fared much worse than their last split. By the end of the split, they were last in the standing with only 3 wins. That automatically put them to play through the 2017 NA LCS Summer Promotion. In their first match against Gold Coin United, they went 1:3, which puts them in the loser bracket. From there, they were able to overcome eUnited and later Gold Coin United in 3:1 and 3:2 fashion, respectively, to re-qualify for the 2017 NA LCS Summer Season with Team Liquid.

During the offseason, the team let go of Head Coach Dylan Falco and Ninja. They brought on Pirean to play the mid lane position.

In the 2017 Summer Season, the team had the best performance to date. Though in the middle of the season the team let go of Pirean and replaced him with Nisqy, the team was able to earn a spot in the 2017 NALCS Summer Playoffs by finishing sixth in the regular season.

Facing Counter Logic Gaming in the first round of the playoffs, the team went toe to toe in a thrilling five game series with some unusual off-meta picks such as Hakuho's Nautilus support pick. Unfortunately, the team still lost 2-3, thus ending their 2017 season.

Timeline

2016

2017

  • Jan 11th, Falco joins as head coach.
  • Apr 22nd, Ninja leaves Team EnVyUs.
  • May 15th, Nisqy and Pirean join. [1]
  • May 23rd, Falco leaves to coach Fnatic. [2]
  • May 26th, Pro-StarCraft II player viOLet announced as head coach. [3]

Player Roster

Active

  • Seraph, Top.
  • LirA, Jungle. Nationality: kr.Residency: kr.
  • Nisqy, Mid. Nationality: be.Residency: EU.
  • Apollo, AD Carry. Nationality: us.Residency: na.
  • Hakuho, Support.
  • Nientonsoh, AD Carry. Nationality: us.Residency: na.
  • Alex Ich, Mid.


Former


Organization

Current

|- |USA | Hastr0 |Mike Rufail |Owner

|- |USA | Pyrex |Toby Kwon |Player Manager

|- |South Korea | viOLet |Kim Dong Hwan |Head Coach


Former

|- |South Korea | Miracle |Lee Hyeon-beom (이현범) |Head Coach |Template:None

|- |USA | Hermes |David Tu |Coach |Template:None

|- |USA | Matt |Matt Akhavan |General Manager |Template:None

|- |USA | Falco |Dylan Falco |Head Coach |Fnaticlogo std.png Fnatic



Team Achievements

2016

In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2016-09-04 LCS logo small.png A33rd 2016 Season North America Regional Finals 0 : 3 C9logo std.png Cloud9
2016-08-13 LCS logo small.png A55 - 6th 2016 NA LCS Summer Playoffs 1 : 3 C9logo std.png Cloud9
2016-07-31 LCS logo small.png A66th 2016 NA LCS Summer Round Robin 8 : 10 Blanklogo std.png Not found

2017

In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2017-08-20 LCS logo small.png A55 - 6th 2017 NA LCS Summer Playoffs 2 : 3 CLGlogo std.png Counter Logic Gaming
2017-08-05 LCS logo small.png A66th 2017 NA LCS Summer Round Robin 8 : 10 Blanklogo std.png Not found
2017-04-02 LCS logo small.png I1Q 2017 NA LCS Summer Promotion 3 : 1 EUnitedlogo std.png eUnited
2017-03-26 LCS logo small.png B010th 2017 NA LCS Spring Round Robin 3 : 15 Blanklogo std.png Not found

Highlight Videos

Articles

2016

Interviews

See Also

Gallery

External Links

References