InFerno eSports

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[e][h]inFerno eSports
Team Information
Location:
Manager:
Francesco "LiFe" Caforio
Paolo "Beta" Crispino
Links
[www.infernoesports.com ]
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
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Overview[edit]

A.S. inFerno eSports is one of the leading Italian teams in managing and fostering talented gamers to develop into professionals. It has been active for many years in the gaming scene, and from the outset, has carefully chosen its selection of players on the basis of passion, experience and seriousness. Since 2010, inFerno eSports has devoted itself to the expansion of Italian competitive gaming, and created the website www.starcraftworld.it became GamersLegacy, as the largest reference point for the Italian StarCraft community.

In July 2012, inFerno eSports entered into an agreement with the Semi-pro Korean team Dream Team Gaming to form the inF-dtG partnership, to be used in both team leagues and individual events throughout 2012.

Over the start of 2013, with the expiry of the inF-dtG partnership, inFerno eSports apparently dropped their entire StarCraft II team.[Citation needed]

History[edit]

2010[edit]

  • Placed first at the StarCraft 2 MaSsaCreS League Season 1 2010/11
  • October, RunA joins inFerno eSports.

2011[edit]

  • February, Placed second at the SC2CL Season 1 Division 3d,[1] and promoted to Division 2 for SC2CL Season 2
  • March, SortOf joins inFerno eSports.
  • August, jimpo joins inFerno eSports.[2]
  • October, Promoted to the Master Division in the SC2CL after placing 1st in Division 2b of Season 3.[3]
  • October, ZyM and JeaL join inFerno eSports.

2012[edit]

  • January 19th, former Croatian Brood War Player, Ptak, joins inFerno eSports.[4]
  • February, Second place at the StarCraft 2 ProCpu Liga Season 2
  • March, TheFreshOne and Dejmien join inFerno eSports.
  • May 7, Swedish Zerg SortOf leaves to join Team Infused.[5]
  • July 5, Polish Protoss Ksis joins inFerno eSports
  • July 12, Dream Team Gaming enters into a partnership with inFerno eSports, with the teams playing under the inF-dtG name.[6]
  • December 2, Sickness, a Korean player who traveled to Italy under the inF-dtG partnership, officially joined inFerno eSports.[7]
  • December, The inF-dtG partnership expires, and inFerno eSports drops support for StarCraft II.

Player Roster[edit]

Active Players at time of Dissolution[edit]

ID Name 2012 New Team
ItalyItaly P JeaL Diego Sapienza 17 - 24th 2012 DreamHack Valencia
krSouth Korea p Sickness Kim San Ha -
ItalyItaly T Skorpio Alessandro Mortillaro -
ItalyItaly Z ZyM Michael Poli 49 - 64th 2012 DreamHack Valencia

Former Players[edit]

ID Name New Team
Czech RepublicCzech Republic T KaTrinA Katka Lesankova
SloveniaSlovenia Z EonuS Denis Buhvald
PolandPoland P Ksis Krzysztof Kasprzycki
seSweden p Kaeru Amir Ossanloo
seSweden p RunA Joacim Persson Team Property
SwedenSweden Z SortOf Rickard Bergman Team Infused
SwedenSweden T Jimpo Jimmy Wolfinger Team Property
CroatiaCroatia Z Ptak Matija Vragović Eternity Gaming
UKUnited Kingdom T Blader Raza Sekha Team Replika
krSouth Korea Z DreamizEr Lee Sang Yong

Organisation[edit]

ID Name Role
ItalyItaly Z LiFe Francesco Caforio Team Leader
TurkeyTurkey P Pentagram Huseyin Mete Orga

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