Meet Your Makers

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Team Information
Location:
Manager:
Harun "Revyls" Yavuz
Total Earnings:
$90,108
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Meet Your Makers, often abbreviated MYM, is a multigaming organization based in Germany, with divisions featuring Dota 2, Hearthstone, Call of Duty 4, Battlefield 4, and Heroes of the Storm. The MYM brand is one of the most recognizable in esports, with a storied history reaching back to 2000.

History[edit]

Danish MYM[edit]

Meet Your Makers, was founded as a Danish organization by Mark Peter "Mercy" Fries in 2000. The team has featured numerous legendary names within eSports, such as their former Norwegian Counter-Strike 1.6 team or three-time ESWC World Champion Polish team, their Warcraft III Dream Team, which featured players like Grubby, Moon and Lyn, as well as their legendary Danish Defense of the Ancients team, considered by many as one of the best and most stable DotA teams of all time.

MYM also hosted the famous MYM Prime Nations (an international country-based DotA tournament) and MYM Prime Defending DotA tournaments.

The Danish organisation faced financial difficulties (after paying very lucrative salaries to their players, including a record sum for their star Warcraft III player, Moon), and the company went bankrupt and closed down in 2009, including their famous DotA and Warcraft III squads.

German MYM[edit]

In August 2009, a German company bought the MYM brand and restarted operations, and brought back their Defense of the Ancients and recruited Warcraft III teams as well as later picking up Counter-Strike 1.6, FIFA, StarCraft II, Dota 2, League of Legends, and Hearthstone teams.

Their first venture into Dota 2 was with an invitation to The International 2011. MYM's mostly Danish DotA team, featuring PlaymatE, Maelk, MaNia, MiSeRy, and American player DeMoN, made their Dota 2 debut with a fourth place finish, falling to Chinese "powerhouse" and tournament favourite EHOME 2-0. The team disbanded shortly after the event.

MYM took no time getting back into the scene, signing most of the Singapore squad Scythe Gaming a month later, led by Hyhy and featuring iceiceice, with the addition of Malaysian DotA star Yamateh. In January of the following year, MYM reformed the team, keeping only Hyhy, and adding Malaysian MUFC players TooFuckingGood, Sharky, Ling and Net. This roster was not to last, as all but Hyhy returned to MUFC in late February. Hyhy would depart from the team in March to reform Zenith, closing, for the time being, MYM's Dota division.

MYM's return to Dota would come in the form of a mixed Danish and German squad, previously called The Tough Bananas, in late October 2012. Internal roster changes caused the sponsorship to be short lived, as the players went their separate ways in November of that year.

Timeline[edit]

  • Jan 15th - The MYM organization confirms their imminent return to the Dota 2 scene. They plan to soon pick up a team, but no names are mentioned.[1]
  • February 2nd - Team Life is signed by Meet Your Makers. MiSeRy joins the team as coach.[2]
  • March 31st - Mini and Exist leave the team after a string of recent lackluster results, picking up Danish players Link and Ryze to replace them.[3]
  • July 27th - Unicorn leaves the team.[4] Shortly after, Cr1t also announces his departure.[5] Link also parts ways with MYM.
  • July 29th - 13abyKnight returns to the dota scene by joining MYM.[6]
  • August 15th - Malthe "Blan" Zimakoff joins the team.
  • September 30th - MYM releases their Dota 2 squad.[7]

Player Roster[edit]

Former[edit]

Former Squad
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
Denmark 13abyKnight Jon Andersen 1 2014-07-29 [6] 2014-09-30 [7] Lianghaologo std.png Lianghao
Denmark Ace Marcus Hoelgaard 3 2014-02-09 [2] 2014-09-30 [7] Lianghaologo std.png Lianghao
Denmark Blan Malthe Zimakoff 4 2014-08-15 2014-09-30 [7] Lajonslogo std.png LAJONS
Denmark Ryze Christoffer Winther 5 2014-03-31 [3] 2014-09-30 [7] Lianghaologo std.png Lianghao
Former Players
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
Denmark Link Sylvester Hoelgaard 2 2014-03-31 [3] 2014-07-27 Logo filler std.png
Denmark Cr1t Andreas Franck Nielsen 4 2014-02-09 [2] 2014-07-27 [5] Hehelogo std.png hehe united
Denmark Unicorn Jonathan Arge 1 2014-02-09 [2] 2014-07-27 [4] Lianghaologo std.png Lianghao
Germany Exist Metehan Aksüt 2 2014-02-09 [2] 2014-03-31 [3] Meepwndlogo std.png MeePwn'd
Sweden Mini Hampus Olsson 5 2014-02-09 [2] 2014-03-31 [3] Logo filler std.png
Former Squad
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
Denmark Calculus Captain Alexander Rathcke 2 2012-10-01 [11] 2012-11-17 [12] Dddotalogo std.png DD.Dota
Denmark Link Sylvester Hoelgaard 2 2012-10-01 [11] 2012-11-17 [12] Dddotalogo std.png DD.Dota
Denmark Balsam Andreas Løchte 1 2012-10-01 [11] 2012-11-17 [12] Trickedlogo std.png tRICKED eSport
Germany THEneNo- Angelo Caula Gonzalez 4 2012-10-01 [11] 2012-11-17 [12] Dddotalogo std.png DD.Dota
Germany Atze Marcel Binz 5 2012-10-01 [11] 2012-11-17 [12] Whalogo std.png We haz Asian
Germany qojqva Max Broecker 3 2012-10-01 [11] 2012-11-17 [12] Whalogo std.png We haz Asian
Former Squad
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
Singapore Hyhy Captain Benedict Lim Han Yong 2011-09-11 [14] 2012-03-29 [10] Zenithlogo std.png Team Zenith
Malaysia TooFuckingGood Daniel Wong Wei Khit 2012-01-04 [8] 2012-02-25 [9] Mufclogo std.png MUFC
Malaysia Sharky Raymond Wong Kie Yong 2012-01-04 [8] 2012-02-25 [9] Mufclogo std.png MUFC
Malaysia Ling Woi Cheong Sim 2012-01-04 [8] 2012-02-25 [9] Mufclogo std.png MUFC
Malaysia Net Wai Pern Lim 2012-01-04 [8] 2012-02-25 [9] Mufclogo std.png MUFC
Former MYM.sg Squad
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
Singapore Hyhy Captain Benedict Lim Han Yong 2011-09-11 [14] -
Singapore iceiceice Daryl Koh Pei Xiang 2011-09-11 [14] 2012-01-04 [8] Zenithlogo std.png Team Zenith
Singapore xy- Wai Hong Toh 2011-09-11 [14] 2012-01-04 [8] Zenithlogo std.png Team Zenith
Singapore Roy Royston Chee 2011-09-11 [14] 2012-01-04 [8]
Singapore ToFu Joshua Tan 2011-09-11 [14] 2012-01-04 [8]
Malaysia YamateH Wei Poong Ng 2011-09-11 [14] 2012-01-04 [8] Orangelogo std.png Orange Esports
The International 2011 Squad
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
Denmark Maelk Captain Jacob Toft-Anderssen 4 2009-10-03 2011-08-28 [13] Eglogo std.png Evil Geniuses
Denmark PlaymatE Amel Barudzija 3 2009-01-27 2011-08-28 [13] Eglogo std.png Evil Geniuses
Denmark MaNia Brian Strandby 5 2009-10-03 2011-08-28 [13] Sklogo std.png SK Gaming
Denmark MiSeRy Rasmus Filipsen 1 2010-10-26 2011-08-28 [13] Eglogo std.png Evil Geniuses
USA DeMoN Jimmy Ho 2 2010-09-15 2011-08-28 [13] Eglogo std.png Evil Geniuses

Organization[edit]

ID Name Position
Bosnia and Herzegovina Revyls Harun Yavuz Manager

Team Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Results Prize
2014-09-27 A55 - 8th A5Monthly GIGABYTE Challenge #8 0 : 1 Sqreenssquadlogo std.png $0
2014-08-29 A22nd A5Monthly GIGABYTE Challenge #7 0 : 2 M5logo std.png $658
2014-05-25 A55 - 10th A7Qualifier The International 2014: European Qualifiers 2/-/7 Grp. S. $0
2014-04-08 A77 - 11th A1Premier DreamLeague Season 1 2/-/12 Grp. S. $8,000
2012-10-21 A55 - 7th A1Premier StarLadder StarSeries Season 3 1/-/5 Grp. S. $500
2011-08-20 A44th A1Premier The International 2011 0 : 2 Ehomelogo std.png $80,000
2008-02-21 A11st A2Major MYM Prime Defending #9 2 : 0 Wolker gaming logo std.png $400
2007-12-09 A22nd A2Major MYM Prime Defending #8 1 : 2 Virtuslogo std.png $250
2007-09-07 A22nd A2Major MYM Prime Defending #7 1 : 2 Virtuslogo std.png $200
2007-05-08 A22nd A2Major MYM Prime Defending #5 0 : 2 Dotalogo std.png $100
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