|Manager:||Bernie "Fujikura" Catalan|
|Number of Players:||
|0 0 0|
|Recent Player Trades:||2012-08-09 - Left: MaximusBlack |
2012-08-06 - Left: SeoHyeon
2012-07-24 - Left: Suppy
CheckSix Gaming was a professional multi-gaming organization founded in 2003 by Rich Howard. CheckSix teams have participated in many high-profile gaming competitions such as WSVG, CPL, CGS and MLG. CheckSix has also participated at the highest levels of online leagues such as CEVO, CAL and TGL. The team has encompassed many different games throughout its history and has always attempted to be a forerunner in support of all gaming communities big and small. The most notable teams that have gained popularity under the CheckSix name are the Tekken 6, Counter-Strike, Counter-Strike: Source, and Call of Duty teams.
CheckSix Gaming's StarCraft II team began in August 2010. On March 24, 2011, Team Revolution Sports was brought into CheckSix Gaming. On August 14, 2012, CheckSix disbanded, citing losses of several key players to other teams.
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- January 9th, CheckSix Gaming adds MaximusBlack, a Master League player and co-creator of Life's a Glitch TV, famous for their "When Cheese Fails" videos. His handle became xSixMaximus.
- January 26th, CheckSix Gaming adds Sleep, a Zerg who was formerly on the team SlayerS and was looking for a new team since October 2011.
- February 14th, Fargo leaves CheckSix and joins Team Infused.
- February 24th, Former ReIGN Protoss, Perfect joins the team after a few months of inactivity.
- February 27th, MajOr leaves the team.
- March 8th, CheckSix wins second place in ESEA League Season 10.
- July 14th, Sleep leaves CheckSix.
- July 24th, Suppy leaves to join Evil Geniuses.
- August 6th, SeoHyeon leaves CheckSix to join LighT eSports.
- August 9th, MaximusBlack leaves CheckSix to join Quantic Gaming.
- August 14th, CheckSix closes down.
- March 24th, Team Revolution Sports was brought over to CheckSix Gaming.
- July 26th, two former MVP players, Lure (now known as Billowy) and Leader (now known as PeGaSuS), are recruited by CheckSix Gaming.
- September 22nd, VPGamers merge with CheckSix Gaming, in the process acquiring PainUser, ChAnCe, Fargo, HDStarcraft, Jemag, Syckness, Infused, Anthorn, and Suppy.
- October 5th, CheckSix Gaming wins ESEA League Season 9 through a walk-over win against Evil Geniuses.
- November 3rd, CheckSix Gaming welcomes MajOr, who also switches his handle to WinDy.
Roster Before Disbandment
|Mkengyn||Brian Nguyen||-||-||-||Clarity Gaming|
|Mystik||Kenny Vu||-||41 - 48th||-|
|Perfect||Michael Thompson||-||-||-||It's Gosu eSports|
|ThisIsJimmy||Jimmy Van Sise||17th||26th||-|
|Ver||Bob Ekkebus||-||33 - 40th||-|
|Ailuj||Julia Childress||-||61+||61+||Team Infused|
|Mercy||Choi Young Hoon||-||-||-||Clarity Gaming|
|Panther||Lee Woo Hyun||-||-||-|
|MaximusBlack||Jeff Johnston||Quantic Gaming|
|Fargo||Vaidas Radavicius||Team Infused|
|Lure||Kim Do Kyung||Rising Star|
|Maker||Ricardo Flores||Infinity Seven|
|PeGaSuS||Ahn Min Woo||Rising Star|
|Royal||Kyung Su Kim||Dream Team Gaming|
|MajOr||Juan Carlos Tena Lopez||ROOT Gaming|
|Sleep||Kim Seong Han||AZUBU|
|Suppy||Conan Liu||Evil Geniuses|
|SeoHyeon||Park Seo Hyeon||LighT eSports|
|Aquanda||John Klosterman||Coach||LighT eSports|
|WinteR||Mike Ortlani||Manager||Clarity Gaming|
|Fujikura||Bernie Catalan||Creative Director||It's Gosu eSports|
|2012-07-13||ESEA Season 11||xSix 1 : 3 Infinity Seven||$1,200|
|2012-03-04||ESEA Season 10||xSix 4 : 5 It's Gosu eSports||$1,200|
|2011-10||ESEA Season 9||xSix W.O. Evil Geniuses||$2,800|
|2011-04||ESEA Season 8||xSix 1 : 3 vVv Gaming||$200|
|2011-03||CEVO Season 1||xSix 1 : 3 vT Gaming||5 Zowie Mousepads|
- ↑ CheckSix Gaming's Twitter Twitter.com, 10 January 2012.
- ↑ "CHECKSIX INTRODUCES SLEEP" Check6Gaming.com, 27 January 2012. Thread on TeamLiquid.net
- ↑ Fargo Joins Team Infused Team-Infused.net, 14 February 2012.
- ↑ Perfect joins CheckSix Gaming TeamLiquid.net, 25 February 2012.
- ↑ "MajOr released from CheckSix". ESFIWorld.com, 27 February 2012. Thread on TeamLiquid.net
- ↑ Sleep leaves Check6 Facebook.com, 14 July 2012.
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- ↑ SeoHyeon leaves Checksix Gaming and joins LighT eSports
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- ↑ http://esfiworld.com/news/checksix-gaming-officially-closes-down
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- ↑ mki (2011-03-24). "CheckSix bolsters StarCraft II division!". check6gaming.com.
- ↑ mavsfan0041 (2011-07-26). "CheckSix Signs Luer and Leader from MVP". check6gaming.com.
- ↑ CheckSix Gaming (2011-07-26). "CheckSix Gaming Signs Lure & Leader". TeamLiquid.net.
- ↑ VPGamers Merge with CheckSix Gaming
- ↑ CheckSix Gaming welcomes Major to the team
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