|Manager:||Cody "evoli" Conners|
|Team Captain:||Geoff "iNcontroL" Robinson|
|Number of Players:||
|3 3 2|
|Created:||1999 – Organization founding|
2009-04-12 – StarCraft division
|Recent Player Trades:||2014-02-05 - Machine retires|
- To read about Evil Geniuses's activities in StarCraft: Brood War, see Evil Geniuses. For the team's activities in Dota 2, see Evil Geniuses.
Evil Geniuses is one of the oldest North American sponsored multigaming clans with a long history in gaming. They are mostly known for their Counter Strike 1.6 team, StarCraft II players and fighting game pros. They currently have teams for the following games:
- StarCraft II
- Dota 2
- Super Street Fighter IV
- Marvel Vs. Capcom 3
- Injustice: Gods Among Us
- World of Warcraft
- League of Legends
- February 4, Razer partners with Evil Geniuses. LzGaMeR parts ways with Evil Geniuses.
- March 13, Evil Geniuses recruit Former SK Telecom T1 coach, Yong Woon Park, as their new Head Coach.
- March 15, Evil Geniuses release PuMa from the team.
- March 28, Evil Geniuses sign former Fnatic players aLive and Oz.
- May 9, Evil Geniuses release IdrA from the team
- May 29, Evil Geniuses announce NEEDforSEAT as a sponsor.
- June 4, Evil Geniuses sign Xenocider
- June 14, Evil Geniuses announce J!NX as a sponsor.
- July 10, Evil Geniuses announce XMG as a sponsor.
- July 22, Evil Geniuses and Coach Park parts ways, with Park taking up the vacant head coach spot on CJ Entus.
- August 6, Stephano officially retires from pro gaming.
- September 30, Evil Geniuses parts ways with Hwanni and TrOt, following the closure of their Korean team house.
- October 16, Evil Geniuses announce BenQ as a sponsor.
- December 13, Oz, aLive, and Revival leave Evil Geniuses.
- January 18, Axslav and StrifeCro parted ways with Evil Geniuses.
- March 3, orb moved into the EG Lair.
- March 8, following controversy over language, EG fired orb.
- May 8, Evil Geniuses recruits ThorZaIN.
- May 17, GOMTV announced that Evil Geniuses and SlayerS would be partnering for the upcoming 2012 Global StarCraft II Team League Season 2.
- July 24, Evil Geniuses recruits Suppy.
- September 1, The partnership with SlayerS comes to an end.
- September 10, Stephano was confirmed to have signed with EG.
- September 30, Hwanni was confirmed to have switched from Fnatic to EG.
- December 4, Evil Geniuses and Team Liquid form EG-Liquid to participate in the upcoming Proleague. Former SK Telecom T1 coach, Sung Jin Park, joins as coach.
- December 5, Evil Geniuses recruit former Team 8 player Jaedong.
- December 10, Evil Geniuses recruit former Team SCV Life player Revival.
- On January 4, Evil Geniuses signed British StarCraft II player DeMusliM.
- In February, the team released the American Protoss player iNkA.
- On March 31, the team parted ways with Dutch player Grubby and American manager Tasteless.
- On April 21, the team announced an exclusive sponsorship with Monster Energy for 2011.
- On April 30, the team announced the $10,000 Evil Geniuses Master's Cup Series V Team League.
- On July 21, Team SCV Life announced that PuMa planned to join Evil Geniuses. The conditions of his transfer were controversial, given that the Team SCV Life manager was not informed of EG's intentions. However, on July 26, 2011, Evil Geniuses CEO Alex Garfield announced that PuMa had been signed by the team.
- On July 31, it was announced that the team was opening its own training house in Arizona.
- On August 17, HuK joined the team.
- On October 17, Evil Geniuses created another obscure hype page, indicating an announcement to come. This hype was clarified on October 21 when the team announced an official training partnership between SlayerS and EG. This partnership gave HuK and PuMa the chance to reside permanently at the SlayerS team house, while also permitting IdrA and DeMusliM to reside in a non-permanent way while they compete in the GSL. and Code A respectively.
- On December 30, the team announced the acquisition of South Korean Protoss JYP.
- In January, Evil Geniuses re-signed its respective contracts with iNcontroL, Nyoken, Machine, LzGaMeR, Louder and iNkA.
- In January, G5 officially left the StarCraft division of the team.
- In January, former manager Colbi stepped down from active duty as team manager due to personal reasons.
- In January, the "EG House," a progaming house, was formed. Its initial members consisted of Machine, Nyoken, and iNkA, as well as player and caster Psyonic Reaver. The goal was to create an atmosphere similar to Korean pro-team houses.
- In February, the StarCraft II beta was released and the StarCraft team gradually shifted towards StarCraft II. Team members began practicing the new game from day one.
- In April, the team won its first notable StarCraft II clan war by beating Team Liquid 3-2.
- In July, the team signed former top American Warcraft III players Axslav and StrifeCro.
- In September, the team made its first investments in the Korean scene, signing IdrA and Tasteless.
- On April 12, the team Evil Geniuses officially announced a StarCraft division. The initial roster consisted of iNcontroL, Nyoken, Machine, LzGaMeR, and G5.
- In May, Louder joined Evil Geniuses immediately following his World Cyber Games (WCG) US Invite in New York.
- In June/July, G5 unofficially left the Evil Geniuses roster after internal problems. He remained under contract for the rest of 2009.
- In August, Evil Geniuses signed iNkA.
 Player Roster
Best Yearly Result:
|HuK||Chris Loranger||1st||1st||3rd||9 - 12th||Ro16|
|iNcontroL ()||Geoff Robinson||13th||4th||Ro32||Ro32||-|
|Jaedong||Lee Jae Dong||-||-||Ro32||1st||3 - 4th|
|JYP||Park Jin Young||-||Ro8||3rd||5 - 6th||-|
|ThorZaIN||Marcus Sebastian Eklöf||Ro32||1st||1st||Ro16||-|
|Xenocider||Libo Chang||-||-||57 - 72nd||9 - 12th||-|
|aLive||Han Lee Seok|
|Oz||Kim Hak Soo|
|Revival||Kim Dong Hyun||Personal Sponsorship|
|PuMa||Lee Ho Joon|
|Axslav||Nick Ranish||Infinity Seven|
|StrifeCro||Cong Shu||Team Legion|
|iNkA||Kelby Williams||Lazarus Gaming|
|Grubby||Manuel Schenkhuizen||Team Grubby|
|ottersareneat||Alex Garfield||Executive Director|
|uNcontroLable||Anna Prosser||Facility Operations Manager|
|Azael||Isaac Cummings Bentley||EGMC Caster|
|TrOt||Sung Jin Park||Assistant Coach||CJ Entus|
|Hwanni||Seong Hwan Kim||Korean Operations Director||Unknown/Retired|
|Coach Park||Yong Woon Park||Korean Head Coach||CJ Entus|
 League Performance
|GCPL 11 R1||5-2||DeMusliM||1-1||Axslav||8-3||IdrA||3-2||iNcontroL||2-3|
 Team Achievements
|2013-09-10||StarCraft 2 League||EG 1 : 4 Team Acer|
|2012-11-07||IGN Pro Team League||EG 1 : 5 Incredible Miracle|
|2011-11-13||GosuCoaching Premiere League Season 2||EG 2 : 3 Team Empire|
|2011-10-30||Evil Geniuses Master's Cup Series VI||EG 1 : 3 Team Empire|
|2011-09-25||ESEA Season 9||EG – : W CheckSix Gaming|
|2011-05-14||ESEA Season 8||EG 1 : 3 compLexity|
|2011-03-20||GosuCoaching Premiere League Season 1||EG 3 : 2 Team Liquid|
 Highlight Videos
- 2013-06-30 | Coach Park - MLG Anaheim 2013 by flamingcowtv at 2013 MLG Spring Championship (trans. )
- ↑ Machine retires
- ↑ Clare4 (2013-02-04). "Razer sponsors Evil Geniuses". TeamLiquid.net.
- ↑ LzGaMeR (2013-02-04). twitter.com. https://twitter.com/LzGaMeR/status/298656876143452160.
- ↑ "EG-Liquid names Coach Park as new Head Coach". evilgeniuses.net. 13 March 2013.
- ↑ Alex Garfield (15 March 2013). "EG releases Ho Joon “PuMa” Lee". evilgeniuses.net.
- ↑ Alex Garfield (28 March 2013). "Team EG welcomes aLive and Oz". evilgeniuses.gg.
- ↑ Alex Garfield (9 May 2013). "IdrA released from EG".
- ↑ "NEEDforSEAT USA Sponsors Evil Geniuses". evilgeniuses.gg. 2013-05-29. Retrieved 2013-06-16.TeamLiquid.net thread
- ↑ Cody Conners (4 June 2013). "Libo “Xenocider” Chang Added to SC2 Division".
- ↑ "J!NX Sponsors Evil Geniuses". evilgeniuses.gg. 2013-06-14. Retrieved 2013-06-16.
- ↑ "XMG Sponsors Evil Geniuses". evilgeniuses.gg. 2013-07-10. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
- ↑ http://www.teamliquid.net/forum/viewmessage.php?topic_id=422293
- ↑ Stephano Retres
- ↑ http://www.teamliquid.net/forum/viewmessage.php?topic_id=430921
- ↑ BenQ Announces Sponsorship of Team Evil Geniuses
- ↑ Oz, aLive, and Revival Leave Evil Geniuses
- ↑ "Evil Geniuses part ways with Axslav and StrifeCro". MyEG.net, 18 January 2012. TeamLiquid.net Forum thread
- ↑ "Orb Moves In To The EG Lair". D-eSports.com, 3 March 2012.
- ↑ "Orb Dismissed from Evil Geniuses Broadcasts". TeamLiquid.net, 8 March 2012.
- ↑ "Thor is here". EvilGeniuses.net, 8 May 2012.
- ↑ "GSTL Season 2: oGs out, EG+Slayers, LG-IM+SK in". TeamLiquid.net, 17 May 2012.
- ↑ "Evil Geniuses Welcome Conan “Suppy” Liu". EvilGeniuses.net, 24 July 2012.
- ↑ Evil Geniuses and SlayerS Clan End Partnership
- ↑ Stephano Confirmed to EG
- ↑ 
- ↑ "A New Era Has Come". evilgeniuses.net. Retrieved 4 December 2012.
- ↑ Liquid`Nazgul (2012-12-04). "Unholy Alliance". TeamLiquid.net. Retrieved 4 December 2012.
- ↑ "Calling for a Revival". evilgeniuses.net. 10 December 2012.
- ↑ "Team EG acquire DeMusliM". MyEG.net, 4 January 2011. Thread on TeamLiquid.net
- ↑ "Team EG and Grubby Part Ways". MyEG.net, 31 March 2011. Thread on TeamLiquid.net
- ↑ "Monster Energy Sponsors Team EG". MyEG.net, 21 April 2011. Thread on TeamLiquid.net
- ↑ "EG launch $10,000 Master's Cup Series League". TeamLiquid.net, 2 May 2011.
- ↑ "Puma leaves TSL for EG". TeamLiquid.net, 21 July 2011.
- ↑ "EG signs PuMa, responds to criticism". TeamLiquid.net, 26 July 2011.
- ↑ "Team EG announce Training House". MyEG.net, 31 July 2011. Thread on TeamLiquid.net
- ↑ "Farewell, Liquid`HuK". TeamLiquid.net, 17 August 2011.
- ↑ 37.0 37.1 "Team Evil Geniuses announces training camp partnership with SlayerS". MyEG.net, 21 October 2011.
- ↑ "Prepare Yourselves: IdrA is Back in Code S". MyEG.net, 14 December 2011.
- ↑ "EG announces addition of Park "JYP" Jin Young". MyEG.net, 30 December 2011. Thread on TeamLiquid.net
- ↑ "StarCraft 2 Beta release!". Archived from the original on MyEG.net, 18 February 2010.
- ↑ "SC House update". Archived from the original on MyEG.net, 5 April 2010.
- ↑ 42.0 42.1 "(SC2B) Liquid vs EG Clanwar - Aftermath". TeamLiquid.net, 18 April 2010.
- ↑ "IdrA and Tasteless join EG". SK-Gaming.com, 9 September 2010. Thread on TeamLiquid.net
- ↑ "Team EG Announces StarCraft Division". Archived from the original on MyEG.net, 12 April 2009. Thread on TeamLiquid.net