emuLate! got its first lineup during summer 2006. Michael "HaRts" Zanatta wanted to come back in CS and had a precise idea with whom. He told Mathieu "MaT" Leber first about his project for a high level french team, and asked him to join. The latter would accept, and with three other players, namely Mickael "mSx" Cassisi, Jeremy "ioRek" Vuillermet and Mathieu "R!Go" Bridet, a lineup would emerge. Refused by Against All authority, they would finally land on emuLate!. They would quickly establish themselves as an elite team, first on the french scene, notably by defeating their rivals goodgame and Against All authority, then on the international scene, reaching the top with win at WCG 2007 over NoA and challenging the best teams in the world in multiple tournament.
They would then enter a period of troubles, with disappointing results throughout 2008-2009, following their failed attempt to qualify for WCG 2008. They didn't post results as good as the previous year, and even temporarily lost mSx who tried to create a team on his own, before rejoining the team back a few months later.
|2009-02-08||2nd||Minor||EPS France: Season V - Finals||0 : 2||$2,560.2|
|2008-08-11||3rd||Major||Multiplay Insomnia 34||10 - 16||$2,243|
|2008-07-27||1st||Premier||WEG e-Stars 2008||7 - 16||$12,000|
|2008-03-23||1st||Minor||EPS France: Season IV - Finals||16 - 7||$6,178.23|
|2008-03-09||3rd||Major||SEC 2008||11 - 16||$7,708.46|
|2007-12-02||3rd||Premier||DreamHack Winter 2007||8 - 16||$3,912.61|
|2007-10-07||1st||Premier||World Cyber Games 2007||2 : 0||$55,000|
|2007-07-22||3rd||Major||GameGune 2007||12 - 16||$4,148.23|
|2007-06-29||2nd||Minor||EPS France: Season III - Finals||5 - 16||$1,690.03|
|2006-11-12||1st||Minor||Showlan 2006||2 : 0||$6,429.53|
|About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament|
- Nix0n (2008-11-14). "emuLate! man down, mSx elaves". HLTV.
- MIRAA (2009-07-23). "emuLate! sign for oXmoze". HLTV.
- Nix0n (2009-01-14). "mSx heads home, joins emuLate!". HLTV.
- stark (2008-04-30). "emuLate! de retour sur CS:S " [emuLate! back with CS:S] (in french). VaKarM. Retrieved 2015-11-27.
- stark (2008-06-12). "[MAJ] emuLate! confirme ses changements, flex0r s'explique " [[Update] emuLate! confirm changes, flex0r explains] (in french). VaKarM. Retrieved 2015-11-27.
- stark (2008-09-04). "emuLate! se restructure and become Nameless " [emuLate! reorganize and become Nameless] (in french). VaKarM. Retrieved 2015-11-27.
- L!Ly (2008-11-21). "emuLate! : Composition féminine officialisée " [emuLate!: Women roster is official] (in french). Team *aAa*. Retrieved 2015-11-27.
- stark (2007-04-27). "emuLate! perd trois joueurs " [emuLate! lose three players] (in french). VaKarM. Retrieved 2015-11-27.
- "Les Hostile deviennent emuLate " [Hostile become emuLate] (in french). EsportsFrance. 2006-09-12. Retrieved 2015-11-27.
- cyQ (2006-12-06). "emuLate! ouvre sa section féminine " [emuLate! open its women section] (in french). Team *aAa*. Retrieved 2015-11-27.
- stark (2006-12-20). "emuLate! annonce sa nouvelle line-up CS:S " [emuLate! announce its new CS:S lineup] (in french). VaKarM. Retrieved 2015-11-27.