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|Coaches:||Kang Dong Hoon (강동훈)|
|Team Captain:||Park Si-Hyun|
|Website:||Incredible Miracle |
Cooler Master 3R System
|TLPD:||Incredible Miracle International|
Incredible Miracle Korean
|Number of Players:||
|5 3 4 0|
|Recent Player Trades:||2013-01-26 - RagnaroK joins |
2013-02-24 - Squirtle joins
2013-05-22 - Seed leaves
Incredible Miracle is a top Korean StarCraft II team. It was founded in 2010 by five former StarCraft: Brood War players: ZergBong/NesTea, Mvp, ChRh/KYumer, TT and LosirA. Later on, Junwi would join the team after leaving the Old Generations team. NesTea would end up winning the GSL 2 and was thus the first player on IM guaranteed Code S entry to the 2011 GOMTV tournaments.
At the start of the GOMTV Sponsorship League, IM had two Code S players, NesTea and Mvp. Both NesTea and Mvp are easily considered two of the very best players of Starcraft II so far. Both players have made it into the Ro4 of the GSL January 2011 Sponsorship League without losing a single game. They would play against each other in the Ro4, where Mvp defeated NesTea 3:1. Mvp went on to win the January season, becoming the first Terran champion as well as making Incredible Miracle the first team with two champions.
In GSL March, Mvp briefly fell to code A. At the same time however, LosirA won the Code A tournament and secured his Code S status through the Up and Down Matches. While still in Code A, Mvp won the World Championship tournament, becoming the first two-time champion on the team. Mvp quickly made it back into Code S in May, the next season, while NesTea got his second championship in the same season.
In GSL July, NesTea and LosirA met in the Code S finals, this would be the first time there was a team kill in a GSL final. NesTea won, becoming the first three-time champion, as well as the only player to win every game in a GSL Code S, without dropping a single set.
In August, Mvp won his 3rd championship, making Incredible Miracle the first team with two three-time champions. No other team is remotely close to obtaining this achievement. Mvp won his 4th championship in 2012 Season 2, the first player ever to do so, and as of May 2012, NesTea and Mvp together have more GSL championships than all other champions combined, having 7 between them out of 12 tournaments.
In 2012 GSL Season 3, Seed won his first GSL championship against MC, going 4-1 in a very fast series, making him the second Protoss GSL champion. IM now has a champion from each race and 8 out of 15 total GSL championships.
- October 10, Incredible Miracle was founded.
- February 10, Incredible Miracle wins 2011 Sony Ericsson Global StarCraft II Team League Feb.
- March 24, Incredible Miracle places second in the 2011 Global StarCraft II Team League March.
- Sept 1st, Fenix joins Incredible Miracle, being the first non-Korean player on the team.
- October 21, Incredible Miracle partners with Quantic Gaming.
- December 2, Incredible Miracle and Quantic Gaming part ways.
- April 26, LG Electronics (LG) announced a sponsorship deal with the top-ranked Incredible Miracle (IM) Team of the Global Starcraft II League (GSL).
- May 17, GOMTV announced that Incredible Miracle and SK Gaming would be partnering for the upcoming 2012 Global StarCraft II Team League Season 2.
- December 7, it is announced that ByuL has joined the LG-IM Roster.
- January 26, RagnaroK announces via Twitter that he has joined LG-IM.
- January 30, the Taiwanese motherboard company ASRock sponsors IM.
- February 1, a new official website is published.
- February 25, Squirtle joins Incredible Miracle.
- March 12, Super Flower sponsors Incredible Miracle.
- March 26, dreamertt, Happy, True and Ready retire or go inactive as they are not registered to play in the GSTL. Happy retires to pursue his studies in Japan.
- April 2, Cooler Master 3R System sponsors Incredible Miracle.
- April 6, Kingston HyperX sponsors Incredible Miracle.
- May 21, DXRACER sponsors Incredible Miracle. 
- May 22, FXOpen buys Seed's contract.
 Player Roster
Best Yearly Result:
|ByuL||Han Ji Won||-||-||29 - 32nd||Ro32|
|Fenix||Jian Carlo Morayra Alejo||1st||12th||Ro8||Ro32|
|First||Kang Hyun Woo||-||-||2nd||1st|
|KangHo||Hwang Kang Ho||Ro64||2nd||5 - 6th||Ro8|
|Mvp||Jeong Jong Hyeon||Ro16||1st||1st||3 - 4th|
|NesTea||Lim Jae Duk||1st||1st||3rd||3rd|
|RagnaroK||Shin Hee Bum||-||-||Ro48||Ro32|
|Squirtle||Park Hyun Woo||Ro16||3rd||2nd||Ro16|
|YoDa||Choi Byung Hyun||-||Ro8||Ro16||1st|
|YongHwa||Choi Yong Hwa||-||-||2nd||3 - 4th|
|Happy||Ahn Ho Jin||Retired|
|Ready||Moon Jin Hyun|
|True||Yoo Ki Sung|
|dreamertt||Kim Ji Hoon|
|horror||Kim Hyo Jung||Retired/Unknown|
|Sopia||Park Min Kyu||Retired/Unknown|
|KYumer||Choi In Kyu||Retired/Unknown|
|TT||Park Sung Hoon||Retired/Unknown|
|GanZi||Kim Dong Ju||SlayerS|
|Sleep||Kim Sung Han||SlayerS|
|IceCream||Cho Jae Won||ZeNEX|
|HwangSin||Hwang Seung Hyuk||MVP|
|NalZa||Kong Won Wook||MVP|
|MinSeOk||Kim Min Seok||Retired/Unknown|
|Apocalypse||Kim Min Hyung||Quantic Gaming|
|BBi||Park Hyo Jong||CJ Entus|
|Junwi||Park Gyung Lak||Retired/Unknown|
 Team Achievements
|2013-03-29||2013 IGN Pro Team League Season 1||4 : 5|
|2012-11-21||2012 IGN Pro Team League Season 1||1 : 5|
|2012-08-11||IPL Team Arena Challenge 3||1 : 5 / 5 : 3|
|2011-12-22||IPL Team Arena Challenge 1||0 : 5 / 5 : 3|
|2011-03-24||2011 Global StarCraft II Team League March||4 : 5|
|2011-02-10||2011 Global StarCraft II Team League February||5 : 4|
|Global Starcraft II Team League Champions|
| GSTL Feb
10 February 2011 – 24 March 2011
| GSTL March|
|IPL Team Arena Challenge Champions|
| IPL TAC 1
5 December 2011 – 23 January 2012
| IPL TAC 2|
| IPL TAC 2
| IPL TAC 3
11 August 2012 – 29 March 2013
| IPTL 1|
 Highlight Videos
- Ranked 1st on the Liquipedia list of Accomplishments in Premier Tournaments based on individual players' results.
- The first team ever (and the only one so far) whose players finished on all top 4 spots at Premier Tournaments - during IEM Season VII - World Championship with YoDa finishing ahead of First, Mvp and YongHwa.
- ↑ Translation of Fomos article on TL
- ↑ Formation of IM on Fomos
- ↑ LG-IM's Status
- ↑ Fenix to team IM
- ↑ Incredible Miracle partners with Quantic Gaming
- ↑ Quantic Gaming parts ways with Incredible Miracle
- ↑ 
- ↑  GSTL Season 2 changes
- ↑ ByuL to LG-IM
- ↑ Dodgin (2013-01-26). "Former TSL player RagnaroK joins LG-IM". TeamLiquid.net.
- ↑ ASRock to Sponsor IM
- ↑ Incredible Miracle (2013-02-01). "Incredible Miracle's homepage!!". TeamLiquid.net.
- ↑ Squirtle joins LG-IM
- ↑ Super Flower sponsors Incredible Miracle
- ↑ DiMano (2013-03-26). "eSF Teams: Transfers and Name Changes". TeamLiquid.net.
- ↑ 3R System sponsors Incredible Miracle
- ↑ Kingston HyperX sponsors Incredible Miracle
- ↑ 
- ↑ antvolt (2013-05-22). "FXOpen acquires Seed from LG-IM". /. Retrieved 2013-05-22.