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MVP PK

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[e][h]MVP PK
Team Information
Location:
Region:
Total Winnings:
$275,305.02
Links
History
Founded:
2016-06-27
Disbanded:
2020-04-30


MVP PK (also known as Team MVP) was a South Korean esports organization that first became notable during the rise of StarCraft 2. On June 27, 2016, the organization announced their second Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team. The organization's second CS:GO team competed under the name MVP PK in reference to Project_kr, a famous Korean Counter-Strike team.

Timeline[edit]

Player Roster[edit]

Former[edit]

Former Squad
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
South Korea stax Kim Gu-taek 2019-03-07 [7] 2020-04-30 [12]
Retired
South Korea glow In-Game Leader Kim Min-soo 2019-09-28 [9] 2020-04-30 [12]
Retired
South Korea Rb Goo Sang-Min 2019-09-28 [9] 2020-04-30 [12]
Retired
South Korea k1Ng Lee Seung-won 2019-09-28 [9] 2020-04-30 [12]
Retired
South Korea Ch2ese Kim Nak-Yeon 2019-12-26 [10] 2020-04-30 [12]
Retired
South Korea termi (Coach) Pyeon Seon-ho 2017-09-06 [3] 2020-04-30 [12]
Retired
Former Players
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
South Korea xeta Son Seon-ho 2018-06-10 [5] 2020-01-01 [11] TYLOO TYLOO
South Korea zeff Park Min-seok 2016-06-27 [1] 2019-09-28 [9]
Retired
South Korea XigN Lee Hyun-pyo 2017-11-26 [4] 2019-09-06 [8] Big Time Regal Gaming Big Time Regal Gaming
South Korea HSK In-Game Leader Kim Hae-seong 2019-03-07 [7] 2019-09-06 [8]
Inactivity
South Korea Jinx (Backup) Jeong Hong-kyo 2019-03-07 [7] 2019-09-06 [8] Lucid Dream Lucid Dream
South Korea solo Kang Keun-chul 2016-06-27 [1] 2019-03-06 [6]
Retired
South Korea glow Kim Min-soo 2016-06-27 [1] 2019-03-06 [6] MVP PK MVP PK
South Korea HSK Kim Hae-sung 2017-09-06 [3] 2018-06-10 [5] GOSU 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 MVP PK (Coach)
United States Rambo (Coach) Ronald Kim 2017-07-30 [2] 2017-09-06 [3] MVP PK MVP PK (Organization)

Organization[edit]

Active[edit]

Organization
ID Name Position Join Date
South Korea CAN Can Yang CBO 2016-03

Former[edit]

Former Organization
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Organization
South Korea Argency Kwon Soon-woo Assistant Coach 2017-09-06 [3] 2020-04-30 [12]
United States Rambo Ronald Kim Marketing and Partnerships 2017-09-06 [3] 2018-01-30 [13] compLexity Gaming compLexity Gaming

Results[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Trivia[edit]

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

Interviews[edit]

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