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MVP PK

[e][h]MVP PK
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Total Winnings:
$307,805
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Created:
2016-06-27
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Team MVP is a prominent South Korean eSports organization that first became notable during the rise of StarCraft 2. They have since achieved success in Dota 2, League of Legends, and Heroes of the Storm. On June 27, 2016, the organization announced their second Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team. The organization's second CS:GO team competes under the name MVP PK in reference to Project_kr, a famous Korean Counter-Strike 1.6 team.

History[edit]

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Player Roster[edit]

Active[edit]

Active Squad
ID Name Join Date
South Korea xeta Son Seon-ho 2018-06-10 [5]
South Korea stax Kim Gu-taek 2019-03-07 [7]
South Korea glow In-Game Leader Kim Min-soo 2019-09-28 [9]
South Korea Rb Goo Sang-Min 2019-09-28 [9]
South Korea k1Ng Lee Seung-won 2019-09-28 [9]
South Korea termi (Coach) Pyeon Seon-ho 2017-09-06 [3]

Former[edit]

Former Players
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
South Korea zeff Park Min-seok 2016-06-27 [1] 2019-09-28 [9]
South Korea XigN Lee Hyun-pyo 2017-11-26 [4] 2019-09-06 [8]
South Korea HSK In-Game Leader Kim Hae-seong 2019-03-07 [7] 2019-09-06 [8]
South Korea Jinx (Backup) Jeong Hong-kyo 2019-03-07 [7] 2019-09-06 [8]
South Korea solo Kang Keun-chul 2016-06-27 [1] 2019-03-06 [6]
South Korea glow Kim Min-soo 2016-06-27 [1] 2019-03-06 [6] MVP PK
South Korea HSK Kim Hae-sung 2017-09-06 [3] 2018-06-10 [5] GOSU
South Korea peri Jung Bum-gi 2016-06-27 [1] 2017-11-26 [4]
Retired
South Korea termi Pyeon Seon-ho 2016-06-27 [1] 2017-09-06 [3] MVP PK (Coach)
United States Rambo (Coach) Ronald Kim 2017-07-30 [2] 2017-09-06 [3] MVP PK (Organization)
Temporary stand-ins
ID Name Replacing ID Name Tournament(s)
South Korea argency   Kwon Soon-woo
South Korea HSK Kim Hae-sung DH Masters Marseille 2018 - East Asian Open Qualifier
South Korea HSK   Kim Hae-sung
South Korea termi Pyeon Seon-ho ROG Masters 2017 - Korea

Organization[edit]

Active[edit]

Organization
ID Name Position Join Date
South Korea CAN Can Yang CBO 2016-03
South Korea Argency Kwon Soon-woo Assistant Coach 2017-09-06 [3]

Former[edit]

Former Organization
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Organization
United States Rambo Ronald Kim Marketing and Partnerships 2017-09-06 [3] 2018-01-30 [10] Complexity Gaming

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Trivia[edit]

  • As of April 7th 2018, MVP PK had the oldest, average age, professional CS:GO team. [1]

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