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 ARS-ART
Player Information
Name: Сергей Ревин
Romanized Name: Sergey Revin
Birth: August 12, 1988 (1988-08-12) (age 26)
Country: Russia Russia
Alternate IDs: Smile, Cloudy, AA
Common Team Role(s): Support/Offlane
Signature Hero: Leshrac Shadow Shaman Nature's Prophet
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History
Dota:
2007-??-?? — 2008-??-??

2008-02-29 — 2008-06-22

2008-06-27 — 2009-??-??

2010-??-?? — 2010-??-??

2010-12-?? — 2011-03-??

2011-03-31 — 2011-08-29

Dota 2:

2011-03-31 — 2011-08-29

2011-11-30 — 2013-02-27

2013-02-27 — 2013-08-29

2013-10-08 — 2014-08-07

2014-08-08 — 2014-08-29


Sergey "ARS-ART" Revin is a professional DotA player from Russia, most recently having played for Moscow Five.

Biography[edit]

Dota: Allstars[edit]

ARS-ART was part of the Virtus.pro squad that basically ruled the 6.43 to 6.48 era. Winning three consecutive MYM PriDe events, he and Vigoss reached superstar level and became well-known worldwide. MYM PriDe #7 is said to have been his main stage. He had a very aggressive play style and heroes such as Nyx Assassin, Bounty Hunter and Pudge were some of his favorites. Through them he was given the nickname "King of gankers", a nickname which he shared with Vigoss.

Jolie, the team captain of VP back then, shared a few words about ARS-ART. "ARS-ART's (Virtus.Smile) playstyle is very unique, different from any other. His solo-killing ability is simply incomparable, often seizing an opportunity another player would have missed. Even though he is not as good a support player as NS, he can provide many Observer Wards."[1]

ARS-ART also played for the otherwise fully Swedish team SK Gaming during 2008, when they were one of the best teams in the Dota scene.[2] Also featuring players like Loda and Akke, they enjoyed some success with ARS-ART in the team but after a few months he would leave, citing communication problems.[3] Instead he would join the Russian team "Rush3D", captained by PGG and featuring big names such as LighTofHeaveN, DeMoN, NS and iMbaQ.[4] The roster was rebuilt under the name The Retry during 2010. In December 2010 ARS-ART would join DTS to replace their captain ArtStyle.[5] This team stayed with pretty much the same roster even when they switched sponsor, from the DTS organization to Moscow Five, and would continue into Dota 2 together.

Dota 2[edit]

ARS-ART played for Moscow Five at The International 2011, placing 5th/6th. After the tournament, M5 brought in Vigoss and PGG, removing ARS-ART from the team. ARS-ART then joined Natus Vincere, filling the void created by Artstyle's departure.[6] The Na`Vi roster would become dominant with ARS-ART on a supporting role. They won almost every tournament they entered up until ARS-ART suddenly left the team in February 2013, citing a bad team spirit.[7] A month later he could be seen standing in for Virtus.pro, and he would soon become a permanent member of their roster.[8]

After playing with Virtus.pro for more than half a year during 2013, he was kicked from the team as the roster was rebuilt in the post-TI3 reshuffle.[9] However, only just over a month later he was brought back into the team.[10] During the period Autumn 2013-Spring 2014 the VP roster did not enjoy any particular success, with frequent accusations of under-performance being directed at them.[11] Therefore they came into The International 2014: European Qualifiers as underdogs.[11] However, after some stellar performances by ARS-ART on Natures Prophet, they would finish second and earn a slot in The International 2014: Play-In Series in Seattle.[12]

Achievements[edit]

With Virtus.pro[edit]


2013
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2013-07-26 A22nd Corsair Gaming Summer Tournament 2013 1 : 3 Mousesports mousesports $2,500
2013-07-20 A44th The Premier League Season 5 1 : 2 Evil Geniuses Evil Geniuses $1,000
2013-07-06 A33rd Star Ladder Star Series Season 6 0 : 2 ICCup iCCup $3,000
2013-06-16 A55 - 8th DreamHack Summer 2013 1 : 2 Evil Geniuses Evil Geniuses 10,000 SEK
2013-04-28 A33rd The Premier League Season 4 1 : 2 Team Liquid Team Liquid $2,000
2013-04-07 A33rd Star Ladder Star Series Season 5 0 : 2 Fnatic Fnatic.EU $2,000
2013-03-31 A22nd Russian Dota 2 League 1 : 3 Team Dignitas Team Dignitas $1,500
2013-03-30 A11st The Defense Season 3 3 : 2 Fnatic Fnatic.EU $10,000

With Natus Vincere[edit]


2013
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2013-02-12 A11st EMS One Spring Cup #1 2 : 1 Fnatic Fnatic.EU $600
2012
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2012-12-23 A11st Star Ladder Star Series Season 4 3 : 1 Team Empire Team Empire $8,000
2012-12-19 A11st GosuLeague Season 5 12 / 2
League Play (W/L)
$2,500
2012-11-04 A11st Electronic Sports World Cup 2012 2 : 0 Team Dignitas Team Dignitas $12,000
2012-10-21 A11st Star Ladder Star Series Season 3 3 : 1 Team Empire Team Empire $6,000
2012-09-02 A22nd The International 2012 1 : 3 Invictus Gaming Invictus Gaming $250,000
2012-08-14 A11st JoinDOTA Masters Special Edition 2 : 0 Evil Geniuses Evil Geniuses €1,000
2012-07-29 A22nd The Premier League Masters 0 : 3 MTw Mortal Teamwork
2012-07-15 A11st Star Ladder Star Series Season 2 3 : 0 Mousesports mousesports $6,000
2012-07-08 A11st The Premier League Season 2 11 / 0
League Play (W/L)
$6,000
2012-06-18 A22nd DreamHack Summer 2012 1 : 2 MTw Mortal Teamwork $6,000
2012-04-29 A11st Star Ladder Star Series Season 1 3 : 1 Moscow Five Moscow Five $6,000
2012-03-18 A11st Techlabs Cup 2012 1 : 0 DTS Gaming DTS Gaming $3,000
2012-03-11 A11st The Premier League Season 1 8/1/0
League Play (W/D/L)
$5,000
2012-03-04 A11st The Defense 3 : 2 Quantic Gaming Quantic Gaming €6,000
2011
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2011-12-11 A22nd Dota2 Star Championship 1 : 2 The Retry The Retry $5,000
2011-10-25 A11st Electronic Sports World Cup 2011 2 : 0 EHOME EHOME $12,000

Awards[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Interviews[edit]

2014[edit]

2012[edit]

References[edit]

  1. http://www.gosugamers.net/dota/thread/833943-history-of-dota-part-5 History of DotA: Part 5
  2. 'smpL-' (2008-02-29). "SK adds ARS-ART and hailo". SK-Gaming.com. Retrieved 2014-06-07.
  3. Mathias 'dopeshow_' S. (2008-06-22). "SK.DotA roster shrinks". SK-Gaming.com. Retrieved 2014-06-07.
  4. Mathias 'dopeshow_' S. (2008-06-27). "ARS-ART found a new home". SK-Gaming.com. Retrieved 2014-06-07.
  5. Linus "Tjernobylbarnet" Staaf (2010-12-07). "ArtStyle leaves DTS". GosuGamers.net. Retrieved 2014-06-07.
  6. Kai "Treble1999" Chua (2011-11-30). "ARS-ART joins NaVi". GosuGamers.net. Retrieved 2013-04-13.
  7. Oleg "prb" Bulavko (2013-02-28). "Changes in Na`Vi.Dota 2 lineup". NaVi-Gaming.com. Retrieved 2013-04-13.
  8. Andrey "FUki" Kirukin (2013-03-21). "Smile будет играть за Virtus.pro". Virtuspro.org. Retrieved 2013-08-30.
  9. Andrey "FUki" Kirukin (2013-08-29). "Новый состав Virtus.pro по Dota 2". Virtuspro.org. Retrieved 2013-08-29.
  10. Johan "Sun_Tzu" Järvinen (2013-10-08). "Virtus.Pro welcome back Ars-Art; Goblak and Resolut1on out of the team". GosuGamers.net. Retrieved 2014-06-07.
  11. 11.0 11.1 riptide, dfs, TheEmulator, Heyoka, kpoptosis (2014-05-24). "TI4 Europe: Dog Eat Dog". TeamLiquid.net. Retrieved 2014-06-07.
  12. Heyoka, TheEmulator (2014-05-28). "TI4 EU Quals Day 4: Reunion". TeamLiquid.net. Retrieved 2014-06-07.


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