For Our Utopia

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[e][h]fOu
Team Information
Location:
Coaches:
Lee "Choya" Hyung Seop
Choi "Supreme" Seung Min
Kwon "Hell" Jae Hwan
Manager:
Lee "Choya" Hyung Seop
Links
History
Created:
2010-10-01 (original team)
2013-11-01 (reformed)
Disbanded:
2013-12-25

Overview[edit]

"For Our Utopia'" (or "fOu" for short) was a Korean StarCraft II team that disbanded on December 25, 2013.[1]

fOu started out as a StarCraft: Brood War clan in Korea, known for producing talents such as EffOrt, HiyA and sKyHigh. Eventually, it grew into a team in StarCraft II, led by Choya and retired Hite Entus player, SeCret, now known as Oz and supported by graphics card manufacturer ZOTAC. fOu manager, Kim Tae-Yup's aim was to run the team similar to Brood War professional teams, with an A-team and a B-team system.

On the 18th of July 2011, fOu was acquired by FXOpen eSports and became a part of the FXO organisation, together with the American FXO division, and the fOu management.[2]

On November 1st 2013, supervisor Choya stated that FXO was no longer sponsoring the team and that they would be returning to the name, fOu.[3] However, on the 25th of December 2013, Choya announced that fOu would be disbanding, with the players going their separate ways.[4]

Timeline[edit]

Player Roster[edit]

Former Players - 2013 Squad[edit]

ID Name Join Date Leave Date Duration New Team
krSouth Korea p Choya Lee Hyung Seop Prime
krSouth Korea T GuMiho Koh Byung Jae CJ Entus
krSouth Korea P Hurricane Nam Ki Woong Samsung Galaxy
krSouth Korea z JKS Song Jae Kyung ZZZZZ Retired
krSouth Korea z Leenock Lee Dong Nyoung yoe Flash Wolves
krSouth Korea Z Lucky Lee In Soo Incredible Miracle
krSouth Korea p Seed Ahn Sang Won Team Dignitas
krSouth Korea Z Supreme Choi Seung Min Incredible Miracle
krSouth Korea P Tassadar Kim Jung Hoon Love Your Girlfriend

Former Players - 2010/11 Squad[edit]

ID Name Join Date Leave Date Duration New Team
krSouth Korea T sC Kim Seung Chul FXOpen e-Sports
krSouth Korea P Choya Lee Hyung Seop FXOpen e-Sports
krSouth Korea T GuMiho Koh Byung Jae FXOpen e-Sports
krSouth Korea Z Leenock Lee Dong Nyoung FXOpen e-Sports
krSouth Korea Z Sirius Choi Jin Sol FXOpen e-Sports
krSouth Korea T TheBest Kim Chan Min FXOpen e-Sports
krSouth Korea T TopClass Jung Bang Min FXOpen e-Sports
krSouth Korea P inori Woo Min Gyu FXOpen e-Sports
krSouth Korea T asd Lee Dae Jin FXOpen e-Sports
krSouth Korea Z Lucky Lee In Soo FXOpen e-Sports
krSouth Korea P Crane Kim Han Byul FXOpen e-Sports
krSouth Korea T kAsyu Han Byung Hoon FXOpen e-Sports
krSouth Korea T Ox Choi Won Seok FXOpen e-Sports
krSouth Korea P PartinG Won Lee Sak FXOpen e-Sports
krSouth Korea Z Shine Choi Kyung Min FXOpen e-Sports
krSouth Korea P Soulman Lee Jong Hyun FXOpen e-Sports
krSouth Korea P Weekend Lee Haeng Seon FXOpen e-Sports
krSouth Korea t Happiness Hwang Hee Doo Team SCV Life
krSouth Korea t aLive Han Lee Seok Team SCV Life
krSouth Korea z Golden Jo Myung Hwan SlayerS
krSouth Korea p Oz Kim Hak Soo FXOpen e-Sports
caCanada t Reborn Kevin Yoo Team Legion
krSouth Korea t Artist Jo Min Ho Team ReIGN
krSouth Korea z Terius Song Byung Hak Prime
krSouth Korea t Read Jeong Chang Hyun ZZZZZ


Organization[edit]

ID Name Position New Team
South Korea Choya Lee Hyung Seop fOu Supervisor Prime
South Korea Hell Kwon Jae Hwan Dota 2 Coach ZZZZZ
South Korea Seeker Michael Suh Translator Clarity Gaming
South Korea Supreme Choi Seung Min Playing Coach Incredible Miracle

References[edit]

  1. lystier (25th December 2013). "fOu (former FXO) disbands". www.teamliquid.net.
  2. Kiyo. (18th July 2011). "fOu Becomes FXO Korea". www.teamliquid.net.
  3. egernya (2nd October 2013). "FXOpen to stop sponsoring FXO.KR". www.teamliquid.net.
  4. lystier (25th December 2013). "fOu (former FXO) disbands". www.teamliquid.net.
  5. Waxangel (1st November 2013). "FXOpen Korea returns to team fOu". www.teamliquid.net.
  6. lystier (25th December 2013). "fOu (former FXO) disbands". www.teamliquid.net.
  7. Kiyo. (18th July 2011). "fOu Becomes FXO Korea". www.teamliquid.net.
  8. GTR (7th October 2010). "fOu sets up Korean SC2 Team". www.teamliquid.net.