Vaevictis eSports

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Vaevictis eSports
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Team Information
Location: Russia Russia
Coaches: Alexey "Madneps" Kholin
Managers: Xenia "Trianna" Meshcheryakova
Organization
Sister Team (Former): Vaevictis Syndicate
History
Created: 2015-11-16
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Vaevictis eSports is a is a Russian esports organization, formed in November 2015 by acquiring a roster of Night Inside and their spot for 2016 League of Legends Continental League Spring Season. They besides currently sponsor teams in Dota 2, Overwatch and Point Blank.

History

2016 Pre-Season

The team was formed later in 2015 by acquiring a roster of Night Inside including ZakCanFly, Kreox, Nomanz, Ekd, and Bonjour, that was qualified for the 2016 League of Legends Continental League Spring Season through the SLTV Qualifiers. Prior to the start of the LCL Spring Nomanz and Bonjour left the team, Symphony, Piter Pokir and Raxxo was signed, according to LCL's caster Olsior, such changes in team's line-up looked very risky.[1]

2016 Season

Vaevictis missed the Spring Playoffs after the defeat to Team Just 0-1 in first round of additional tiebreakers of the very first regular season of LCL, but they guaranteeing them a place in the Summer Season, finishing sixth with 7-7 game record in spring split after all.

To the beginning of the 2016 LCL Summer Symphony and Raxxo dropped out of the team, DoubleAiM joins just two weeks after.

At the start of the 2016 Continental League Summer Devilast and PikaProx left the team, Bonjour rejoins, Clover was signed as a sub. Vaevictis placing fifth in the LCL Regular Season with 7-7 game record.

2017 Pre-Season

A week after the ending of LCL Summer Season SaNTaS joins the team, he leaves 10 days before Vaevictis starts playing at LCL Open Cup Group Stage. VVT did not make the Playoffs of the tournament, finishing 2nd in group B with the only victory over Krutyie bobryi 1-0, and the only defeat at the hands of Virtus.pro.

In December 2015, right after Madneps joins Vaevictis as a head coach, all players left the team apart from DoubleAiM and suspended for 2017 spring Nomanz. Dark Solece, Lukezy, unho1y and Dimonko was signed after a little while.

2017 Season

Vaevictis finished first in first half of the 2017 LCL Spring Season with game 6-2 record alongside Virtus.pro, VVT lost in matches against them and M19 Team. Vaevictis placed 3rd-4th after all. Vaevictis were chosen for semifinals by Vega Squadron.

Timeline

  • 2016
  • 2015

Player Roster

Active

R C ID Name Role
Current Official Residency Russia Dark Solece Dmitrii Nikel' 01 Top
Current Official Residency Serbia DoubleAiM Aleksa Stanković 02 Jungle
Current Official Residency Croatia Lukezy Luka Trumbić 03 Mid
Current Official Residency Ukraine unho1y Alexander Sevostyanov 04 AD
Current Official Residency Russia Dimonko Dmitrii Korovushkin 05 Support

Inactive

ID Name Role Reason
Russia Nomanz Lev Yakshin 03 Mid Suspendedlogo std.png Suspended
Russia StarForgerZak Dmitrii Kulkin 01 Top Casterlogo std.png Caster

Former

C ID Name Role Next Team
Russia Clover Nikita Kornyukhin 01 Top
None
Russia Djess Nikita Klishin 04 AD
None
Russia Bonjour Kirill Nazarov 05 Support Logo std2.png НОж и ВИлка
Russia Kreox Ilya Grom 02 Jungle VPlogo std.png Virtus.pro
Russia Piter Pokir Victor Pachkunov 03 Mid Logo std2.png НОж и ВИлка
Sweden Ekd Sebastian Wikström 04 AD
None
Russia SaNTaS Aleksandr Lifashin 05 Support VPlogo std.png Virtus.pro
Russia Devilast Igor Nazarov 10 Sub/Support
None
Russia PikaProx Artem Sushchenya 11 Sub
None
Poland Raxxo Oskar Bazydło 05 Support RoXlogo std.png RoX
Russia Symphony Aleksey Tyunin 02 Jungle Empirelogo std.png Team Empire

Organization

Current

C ID Name Position
Russia Madneps Alexey Kholin Coach
Russia Trianna Xenia Meshcheryakova Manager

Former

C ID Name Position Next Team
Russia Melekes Sergei Kozlov Manager
None
Russia Kreox Ilya Grom Coach VVSlogo std.png Vaevictis Syndicate

Team Achievements

In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2017-03-20 LCL logo.png A33 - 4th 2017 LCL Spring Season 9 : 5 Blanklogo std.pngGroup Stage (W/L)
2016-11-12 LCL logo.png A55 - 6th 2017 LCL Open Cup 1 : 1 Blanklogo std.pngGroup Stage (W/L)
2016-07-10 LCL logo.png A55th 2016 LCL Summer Season 7 : 7 Blanklogo std.pngGroup Stage (W/L) ₽ 250,000
2016-03-12 LCL logo.png A55 - 6th 2016 LCL Spring Season 7 : 7 Blanklogo std.pngGroup Stage (W/L) ₽ 250,000

Gallery

Highlight Videos

Interviews

See Also

External Links

References

  1. ​LCL Неделя 1: На старт (Russian) ru.lolesports.com
  2. Изменения в составе Team Empire.League of Legends (Russian) empire.gg
  3. Vaevictis eSports' VKontakte Post (Russian) vk.com
  4. Esports Vesti's Facebook Post (Russian) facebook.com
  5. Vaevictis eSports' VKontakte Post (Russian) vk.com
  6. Virtus.pro открыла состав по League of Legends (Russian) cybersport.ru
  7. Vaevictis eSports' VKontakte Post (Russian) vk.com
  8. Дисциплинарное решение: Дмитрий «DimaJke» Гуща и Лев «Nomanz» Якшин (Russian) ru.lolesports.com
  9. Virtus.pro укомплектовала состав по League of Legends (Russian) cybersport.ru
  10. Представляем вам команду Vaevictis eSports по League of Legends на весенний сезон LCL! (Russian) vk.com
  11. Vaevictis eSports' VKontakte Post (Russian) vk.com
  12. Vaevictis eSports' VKontakte Post (Russian) vk.com