Stephan "BlAckSuN" Pierenkemper
Alexander "jayDe" Duchene
2015-08-06 - Jade
ESC Gaming (previously known as "ESC ICY BOX") is a professional German eSports organisation founded in 2007. ESC Gaming is the competitive division of the Electronic Sports Centre, a facility in Pulheim, Germany designed for bootcamps for eSport professionals. It also serves as a headquarters for ESC Gaming, and often houses players, including ESC's Korean StarCraft II players. The ESC facility often receives high profile eSports professionals across all eSport titles to practice before an event.
ESC is known for having housed several big names in different eSport titles in the past, such as k1llsen in Quake Live, and the 'Golden 5 Counter-Strike 1.6 section. In Brood War they were notable for owning the squad that later transferred to mousesports, which included White-Ra, Ret, Strelok, IefNaij and others.
ESC Gaming's StarCraft II division was founded on the 1st of August 2010 with seven players, including GoOdy and DaBoO. Whilst the team is mainly focused on the national scene, they also enjoy an international presence with a few ace players. ESC's StarCraft II division is complemented by an Academy lineup. Since 2010, GoOdy has been the team's premier player, although players such as Daisy, ShoWTimE and Arthur have recently been the forerunners of the brand in international competitions.
ESC competed under the name ESC ICYBOX in representation of their previous main sponsor. The organisation fields divisions in various games, including StarCraft II, World of Tanks, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, League of Legends and FIFA amongst others.
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- January 15, ESC ICYBOX wins the 4Players Clan League over Guild of Imbalance.
- February 28, Akki joins ESC ICYBOX, together with the Team Germany 2v2 duo, aNAi and GaeMtOsS.
- March 18, SaltTheWound leaves and joins Type Gaming.
- April 9, viPro transfers to Team Replika.
- May 1, Daisy moves to Germany for a year. He will practice in the ICYBOX E-Sportscenter, and is scheduled to attend the ESL Pro Series Germany and several offline events.
- September 1, Akki retires from gaming due to glaucoma, while monchi departs, reputedly to pursue a personal sponsorship. ESC subsequently forfeits their spot at the ACME IPL Season 4.
- October 17, GoOdy leaves the team.
- October 25, GoOdy rejoins ESC ICYBOX. 
- January 20, German Zerg tAsh and French Terran ShAyErS join.
- April 10, kAra joins to play 2vs2 with Delphi.
- June 8, Rikytan joins ESC. 
- June 16, Delphi leaves ESC and joins Team ALTERNATE..
- June 30, ESC create a Talent Roster, which includes SaltTheWound.
- July 3, ESC ICYBOX finishes 3rd in the SC2CL Master Division's Season 2
- August 2, VortiX joins ESC, whilst ZeRo departs.
- September 21, viPro and Jaxx are announced to have joined to play in the 4PL Clan League: Season 1.
- September 29, Rikytan leaves ESC for personal reasons. 
- December 18, monchi joins ESC ICYBOX.
- July 27, ESC announces the new lineup with GoOdy, And3ad, SkyLiner, dieHilde, tarry, Origine and DaBoO.
- September 21, DaBoO leaves to join Praetoriani.
- September 22, iVoRy joins.
- October 8, Delphi transfers from KD Gaming to ESC.
- November 29, ZeRo is recruited.
- December 13, And3ad's contract is terminated on request, so that he could focus on his education.
|ESC Pro Squad
Notable Former Members
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|| Stephan Pierenkemper
|| Alexander Duchene
- ↑ Former MYM finds a new home in ESC Gaming
- ↑ DaBoo, GoOdy to lead ESC-Gaming to success
- ↑ RomandyGaming (July 24, 2016). "GraVe leaves ESC Gaming". Twitter.com.
- ↑ https://twitter.com/GoOdySC2/status/800641328367316996
- ↑ DemiLove joins PSISTORM Gaming
- ↑ JackO leaves ESC Gaming
- ↑ Jade leaves ESC Gaming
- ↑ https://twitter.com/TeamGrav/status/636771442189844480
- ↑ Jayde (2014-01-10). "Arthur is coming!" (in de). escgaming.de. Retrieved 2014-01-10.
- ↑ ECV JiMMy (2014-04-07). "ECVisualize.SC2 becomes more FeaRsome!". ecvisualize.nl. Retrieved 2014-05-08.
- ↑ ESC and i have decided to part ways
- ↑ Newbton (July 29, 2014). "ShoWTimE leaves ESC". Mystarcraft.de. Retrieved August 1, 2014.
- ↑ 
- ↑ It's ShoWTimE!
- ↑ pPingu (2013-03-17). "Daisy leaves ESC". TeamLiquid.net. Retrieved 2013-03-17.
- ↑ peaksen (2013-07-06). "Noch mehr Nachwuchsförderung bei ESC!" (in de). escgaming.de. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
- ↑ peaksen (2013-09-17). "Zuwachs beim Starcraft 2 Squad" (in de). escgaming.de. Retrieved 2013-09-22.
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- ↑ ESC ICY BOX adopted SaltTheWound escgaming.de, 18 March 2012.
- ↑ viPro to Team Replika announcement on Facebook
- ↑ "ESC ICYBOX welcomes Daisy". TeamLiquid.net, 1 May 2012.
- ↑ ESC Gaming lose players
- ↑ 'GoOdy "Der Panzergeneral" leaves ESC' TeamLiquid.net, 17 October 2012.
- ↑ 'GoOdy rejoins ESC' TeamLiquid.net, 25 October 2012.
- ↑ arrivals at Team Starcraft 2! escgaming.de, 20 January 2011.
- ↑ kAra in ESC Gaming greatfrag.com, 20 April 2011.
- ↑ Rikytan joins ESC. Translated version
- ↑ http://www.teamliquid.net/forum/viewmessage.php?topic_id=233793
- ↑ new recruits, the country needs escgaming.de, 30 June 2011.
- ↑ VortiX joins ESC
- ↑ start of the 4 player StarCraft 2 Pro League escgaming.de, 21 September 2011.
- ↑ Rikytan leaves ESC Translated version
- ↑ ESC ICYBOX signs monchi. Translated version
- ↑ DaBoo, GoOdy to lead ESC-Gaming to success. gosugamers.net, 28 July 2010.
- ↑ ESC and srs is added to the player starcraft.md, 13 October 2010.
- ↑ SC2 ESC.ICY BOX with reinforcement escgaming.de, 22 September 2010.
- ↑ SC2 ESC.ICY BOX with Delphi escgaming.de, 8 October 2010.
- ↑ access and success within the ESC.ICY BOX Starcraft2 Team escgaming.de, 29 November 2010.
- ↑ And3ad leaves SC2 team. escgaming.de, 13 December 2010.