Team Vile

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Team Vile
Team Information
Location: USA United States
Manager: Andy "Atticus" Lemeneger
Ramon "Stealth" Serrano
C. Stephen "Chuckie" Gunn
Team Captain: Eugene "HasHe" Demenchukov
Sponsor: Razer
Website Twitter Aligulac
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:


Picon small.png 0Ticon small.png 0Zicon small.png 0
Created: 2005-01-05
Disbanded: 2012-05-04
Recent Player Trades: 0


[edit] Overview

Team Vile was a North American Team. Vile started in 2005 with StarCraft: Brood War, but following the release of Wings of Liberty shifted their attention to StarCraft II.

[edit] History

Vile Gaming was created by NKspartan on January 5, 2005 and consisted of a small but thriving community of Starcraft and Starcraft: Brood War players. When Starcraft II was launched, the Vile Gaming community shifted to the Starcraft II scene and NKspartan formed Team Vile and Vile Gaming community member HasH (now known as HasHe) became the leader of the new Starcraft II team. Throughout the beta and the year after Starcraft II's release, Team Vile recruited up and coming players and has slowly matured into one of the most promising and exciting teams on the North American scene. On May 4, 2012 Quantic Gaming announced that they had absorbed Vile Gaming.[1]

[edit] 2011

  • June 28, Illusion joined Team Vile.
  • July 3, DdoRo joins Team Vile.[2]
  • November 18, ChAnCe joined Team Vile.[3]
  • November 23, Yong joins Team Vile.[4]
  • December 16, Team Vile gains Razer as a new sponsor.[5]

[edit] 2012

  • February 7, Team Vile is voted by the community into the EG Master's Cup Series VII.[6]
  • May 1, Vile Gaming pulls out of the Evil Geniuses Master's Cup Series League, citing "a change of ownership and possible roster moves."[7]
  • May 4, entire SC2 Team Vile roster is absorbed by Quantic Gaming.[1]

[edit] Player Roster

[edit] Players that were acquired by Quantic Gaming

Player Name
TTicon small.png RussiaRussia HasHe (Captain.png) Eugene Demenchukov
PPicon small.png CanadaCanada DdoRo Jung Ho Moon
TTicon small.png UsUSA Domorin Cody Lutzel
PPicon small.png UsUSA SyNc Max Kap
ZZicon small.png UsUSA Hawk Devan Subramaniam
TTicon small.png UsUSA Illusion Chris Lee
ZZicon small.png UsUSA PsY Derrick Anderson
ZZicon small.png UsUSA Spanishiwa Michael Yabut
PPicon small.png UsUSA State Ryan Visbeck
ZZicon small.png CanadaCanada ChAnCe Zac Palmer

[edit] Former Members

Player Name New Team
TTicon small.png CanadaCanada Deathrow Pierre-Luc Huard-Aspirot
PPicon small.png UsUSA Copperhead Christian Grimard
TTicon small.png UsUSA Echoic Eli Brown
ZZicon small.png UsUSA StRyKeR Hyun Soo Kim
TRicon small.png UsUSA Kang Aaron Rucinski
PPicon small.png KrSouth Korea Yong Hong Sung Yong TeamPartClarity.png Clarity Gaming

[edit] Organization

Player Name Position
RRicon small.png UsUSA Atticus Andy Lemenager Team Manager, PR
ZZicon small.png UsUSA Stealth Ramon Serrano Events, Scheduling & Marketing
ZZicon small.png UsUSA NKspartan Kris Sauquillo CEO & President

[edit] Team Achievements

  • 10-3 Clan War Record
  • Semi-Final finish in StarCraft League (

[edit] References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Entire StarCraft 2 eSports Pro-Team Saved, Acquired by Quantic. CJ Miozzi, 4 May 2012. Last accessed 4 May 2012.
  2. Vile Acquires DdoRo
  3. Vile Acquires ChAnCe
  4. Yong joins Team Vile
  5. TeamRazer (2011-12-16). "Vile Gaming Joins Team Razer".
  6. EG MCSL Season VII Announced February 7, 2012.
  7. Vile Gaming out of MCSL, to undergo change in management. ESFI World, 1 May 2012. Last accessed 1 May 2012.
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