FXOpen e-Sports

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[e][h]FXOpen e-Sports
Team Information
Lee "Choya" Hyung Seop
Choi "Supreme" Seung Min
Kwon "Hell" Jae Hwan
Daniel "Unstable" Siddel
Total Earnings:

FXOpen e-Sports was the competitive gaming division of the forex trading company FXOpen.


In early December 2010, FXOpen, Forex Trading Company, announced their intention to own and manage a competitive StarCraft II professional team. This most recent branch of FXOpen, dubbed "FXOpen e-Sports", was formed not only to host and sponsor events like the FXOpen Path of Ascension, but to support a competitive team with a view to furthering e-Sports.[1] The team began with a SEA/Oceania focus as team owner BoSs worked for Forex's FXOceania division. FXO has since expanded to Korea, Europe, and most recently North America.

On March 29th, 2013, FXOpen announced they had stepped into the Dota 2 scene by signing a professional Korean team.

On the 1st of November, the remainder of FXOpen e-Sports, that is, the Korean StarCraft II and Dota 2 division under Choya's leadership reverted back to their former team fOu after FXO stopped sponsoring the team.[2]



  • March 29th - FXO signs March, Devilelf, Sagun, Bangfish to their first Dota 2 team, with Hell Kwon Jae Hwan acting as playing coach.[3]
  • November 1st - Supervisor Choya states that FXO is no longer sponsoring the team and that they will be returning back to the name, fOu.[4]

Player Roster[edit]


Former Squad
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
South Korea March Park Tae Won 3 2013-03-29 [3] 2013-11-01 [2] For Our Utopia
South Korea Sagun Lee Kyung Min 4 2013-03-29 [3] 2013-11-01 [2] For Our Utopia
South Korea Febby Yongmin Kim 1 2013-06-26 2013-11-01 [2] For Our Utopia
South Korea Ranto Choi Tae Min 2 2013-??-?? 2013-11-01 [2] For Our Utopia
South Korea Anarchy Jaeho Hwangbo 5 2013-06-26 2013-11-01 [2] For Our Utopia
Former Players
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
South Korea QO Sunyeob Kim 2 2013-06-26 2013-??-?? 5 in QO
South Korea Hell Kwon Jae Hwan 2013-03-29 [3] 2013-06-26 FXOpen e-Sports (Coach)
South Korea Bangfish Kim Byung Cheon 2013-03-29 [3] 2013-06-26
South Korea Devilelf Kim Jeong Ki 2013-03-29 [3] 2013-06-26 Eyes of Tiger


ID Name Position
South Korea Choya Lee Hyung Seop Manager / Coach
South Korea Hell Kwon Jae Hwan Coach
South Korea Seeker Michael Suh Translator
South Korea Supreme Choi Seung Min Coach

Team Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Results Prize
2013-10-27 A11st A3Minor Fomos Dota2 League Season 1 3 : 0 $940
2013-09-01 A11st A3Minor Fomos Dotanism League 3 : 0 $1,350
2013-07-23 A99 - 16th A2Major AMD Premier League Season 2 1 : 2 $0
2013-07-14 A11st A2Major Nexon Starter League 3 : 0 $8,600
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