Sloth E-Sports Club
Stefan "smu" Oliveira
Sloth E-Sports Club is a North American gaming organization. Ever since their beginnings in January of 2010, they have dedicated themselves to supporting up-and-coming players across various competitive games. Gaining recognition for their premiere North American StarCraft 2 team, Team Ascension stand as a testament to what dedication and hard work can accomplish.
Their mission is to help aspiring players succeed at the highest levels of competition.
As Sloth E-Sports Club
As Team Ascension
- January 13th, MyDarling leaves for Generation X.
- January 19th, Team Ascension acquires IvDgaming.
- January 30th, SiegeMode joins from SEED Gaming.
- February 14th, Skipper, Soloist and MyDarling rejoin Team Ascension. Protect retires.
- February 22nd, Astrea rejoins Team Ascension after playing for ROOT Gaming for over one and a half years.
- February 24th, HTOMario joins Team Ascension.
- April 18th, Team Ascension restructures their rosters into TApro, TAcomp, and TAsc.
- April 27th, Gayguy leaves.
- June 29th, NoRegreT leaves to join PSISTORM Gaming.
- January 19th, PsychO joins from Last Dynasty eSports.
- January 26th, Lightning comes back from retirement.
- February 2nd, Nemix joins from Deimos Esports.
- February 5th, Nemix leaves for IvDgaming.
- February 12th, SeOuLStEaL joins from Love Your Girlfriend.
- February 16th, Protect leaves the A Team due to inactivity, Jeonghan joins from Prometheus Gaming, FoolOfaTooK promoted from B Team to A Team.
- February 26th, WitchCraft joins from ViViD Gaming.
- March 6th, SeOuLStEaL retires.
- March 11th, SardineS promoted from B Team to A Team, NoRegreT leaves for IvDgaming.
- April 4th, Sloth joins from Vega Squadron.
- April 12th, Kamker rejoins from SEED Gaming, Jamileon promoted from B Team to A Team.
- April 13th, Sloth leaves for Team Spectre.
- April 23rd, Soulquest joins from Core Gaming.
- April 27th, Soulquest leaves for Miraculous Gaming.
- May 1st, Lucky leaves for DuSt Gaming.
- May 11th, Lucky rejoins from DuSt Gaming and ColdScars rejoins from No Dice Gaming.
- May 13th, Thecoolman comes back from retirement.
- May 30th, Lucky leaves for Solaris Gaming.
- June 17th, Seductress joins from Immortals eSports.
- July 26th, Hannibal joins.
- August 12th, AiuR leaves.
- August 25th, Grace joins.
- September 11th, Creature promoted from B Team to A Team, Soloist joins.
- September 12th, Starlight promoted from B Team to A Team.
- October 7th, Jeonghan leaves.
- November 3rd, coyote and MyDarling join.
- November 7th, Jamileon and Starlight moved from A Team to B Team. Protect promoted from B Team to A Team.
- November 29th, badcop joins.
- December 13th, SardineS moved from A Team to B Team.
- December 30th, Soloist leaves.
- .SCA begins hosting its fourth season of tournaments
- .SCA acquires StarCraft II team "Impressive Play"[Citation needed].
- .SCA partners with TeamSpeak[Citation needed].
- .SCA partners with BaseTradeTV
- .SCA partners with Z33K
- September 1st, .SCA announces The Ascension
- September 8th, Schnitzel and Snakehips promoted from Team .SCA B Team to Team .SCA A Team
- September 26th, Virium rejoins from Core Gaming.
- September 30th, Skipper leaves for MicroGamerZ.
- October 19th, Virium leaves for SEED Gaming.
- October 19th, Astrea leaves for SEED Gaming.
- October 19th, Protect promoted from B Team to A Team.
- October 24th, Kamker promoted from B Team to A Team.
- October 24th, rebOrn leaves.
- November 16th, Schnitzel leaves.
- November 24th, Snakehips leaves.
- December 7th, .SCA changes to Team Ascension.
Team Ascension (formerly known as .StarCraft Ascension and .StarCraft Alliance) re-branded its organization in late 2013 after an increasingly negative perception of the organization by some StarCraft streaming personalities.
Team .SCA General Manager addressed the community via an open dialogue and apology.
The main issues brought up surrounded the following;
"I will now address stream cheating, hacking, and bad manner points. Again I would like to request a clear and open mind going into this. In the entire history of .SCA, we have had two confirmed hackers, both of whom were reported and evaluated by their own peers and removed either the same/next day (none of them ever competed in friendly/competitive environments for us). For what it’s worth, none of our players (aside from kicked ones) have ever been confirmed/accused in any public thread or database. Moving on, many of our players did reprehensibly stream snipe (not stream cheat) in the past. Although I originally had no objections, I have since changed my view on this and made it clear that this is no longer acceptable, and our players fully comply."
"tl;dr We've changed, and we'll show it through our actions."
- Travis "AprilTerran" Yang