Trig Esports

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[e][h]Trig Esports
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Team Information
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Player Breakdown
Number of Players
3
History
Created:
2015-03-06
Disbanded:
2015-08-06

Overview[edit]

Trig Esports is a professional gaming organization.

History[edit]

  • March 6th - Trig Esports form their Hearthstone division consisting of DTwo, Faramir and Powder.[1]
  • August 8th - All three players leave the team.[2]

Player Roster[edit]

Former[edit]

ID Name Join Date Departure New Team 2014 2015
USA DTwo Daniel Ikuta 2015-03-06 2015-08-06 A33 - 4th BlizzCon World Championships B919th DreamHack 2015/Summer
Germany Faramir Jan Engelmann 2015-03-06 2015-08-06 A55 - 8th DreamHack Hearthstone Championship A99 - 16th Legendary Series - Katowice
Sweden Powder Harald Gimre 2015-03-06 2015-08-06 ManaLight std.png ManaLight Y- A22nd ASUS ROG Summer 2015

Organization[edit]

Individual Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Player Tier Tournament Prize
2015-08-24 B313 - 16th Sweden Powder A7Qualifier StarLadder StarSeries - Season 1 International Qualifier $0
2015-06-10 B313 - 16th Germany Faramir A1Premier NVIDIA Hearthstone Pro-Am Tournament $500
2015-04-05 A11st Sweden Powder A3Minor Insomnia54 - Tesoro Hearthstone Fireside Cup $1,494
2015-04-19 A33 - 4th Sweden Powder A2Major Gfinity 2015 - Spring Masters II $1,000
2015-06-13 A22nd Sweden Powder A2Major E-Sport SM 2015 - Finals $3,633
2015-04-26 A33 - 4th Sweden Powder A2Major DreamHack Bucharest 2015: PGL Spring Tavern Tales $1,000
2015-03-26 A55 - 8th Sweden Powder A3Minor DingIt Showdown Series One $25
2015-03-26 A33 - 4th Germany Faramir A3Minor DingIt Showdown Series One $100
2015-04-15 A33 - 4th Germany Faramir A3Minor DingIt Showdown Invitational $100
2015-08-01 A22nd Sweden Powder A1Premier ASUS ROG Summer 2015 $5,000
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References[edit]

  1. Trig Esports (2015-03-06). "Trig Social Media AB expands its Esports portfolio by Hearthstone". trigesports.com.
  2. Callum Leslie (2015-08-06). "Trig loses its Hearthstone team". dailydot.com.