MVP Project

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Team Information
Location:
Region:
Manager:
South Korea Yang "CAN" Sun-il
Coaches:
USA Ronald "Rambo" Kim
Total Earnings:
$74,853
Links
History
Created:
2015-11-17
Disbanded:
2017-07-30

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 November 17, 2015, the organization announced that they would be expanding into Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, also releasing a video with their roster and staff. The organization's CS:GO team competes under the name MVP Project in reference to Project_kr, a famous Korean Counter-Strike: 1.6 team.

History[edit]

Timeline[edit]

Player Roster[edit]

Former[edit]

Former Squad
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
South Korea XigN Lee Hyun-pyo 2015-11-17 [1] 2017-07-30 [8] MVP PK
South Korea HSK Kim Hae-sung 2015-11-17 [1] 2017-07-30 [8] MVP PK
South Korea rindA Jeon Jung-hyeon 2015-11-17 [1] 2017-07-30 [8]
South Korea Argency Kwon Soon-woo 2015-11-17 [1] 2017-07-30 [8] MVP PK
South Korea kAyle Jung Soo-yong 2017-02-11 [7] 2017-07-30 [8]
USA Rambo (Coach) Ronald Kim 2016-10-14 [4] 2017-07-30 [8] MVP PK
Former Players
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
South Korea timon Ahn Ho-kyeong 2016-12-01 [6] 2017-02-11 [7] MVP Academy
South Korea timon (Backup) Ahn Ho-kyeong 2016-09-?? 2016-12-01 [6] MVP Project
South Korea Sound Nam Hyeong-ju 2015-11-17 [1] 2016-11-29 [5]
Inactivity
South Korea termi (Coach) Pyeon Seon-ho 2015-11-17 [1] 2016-06-27 [3] MVP PK
South Korea zeff Park Min-seok 2016-01-?? 2016-06-27 [3] MVP PK
Temporary stand-ins
ID Name Replacing ID Name Tournament(s)
South Korea sucke  
Kim Kee-Suk
South Korea Argency Kwon Soon-woo VSL Spring 2017
South Korea sucke  
Kim Kee-Suk
South Korea rindA Jeon Jung-hyeon Infinite Challenge Cup Weekly #3
DreamHack Masters Malmö 2017 - East Asia Open Qualifier

Organization[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 Sunbi Jang Eun Manager 2015-11-17 [1] 2016-04-??

Team Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Results Prize
2017-04-07 B212 - 14th A1Premier StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 3 9 - 16 $4,000
2017-03-28 A11st A3Minor VSL 2017 Spring 2 : 0 $1,348.05
2016-12-18 A22nd A3Minor 2016 China Top 0 : 2 $43,122
2016-11-17 A11st A3Minor VSL 2016 Fall 2 : 1 $4,265.5
2016-10-09 A33rd A2Major IeSF World Championship 2016 2 : 1 $4,000
2016-09-24 A55 - 8th A2Major eXTREMESLAND ZOWIE Asia CS:GO 2016 0 : 2 $4,000
2016-09-08 B313 - 16th A1Premier StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 2 9 - 16 $3,000
2016-08-25 A11st A3Minor VSL Beginning 2 : 0 $2,672.1
2016-08-20 A11st A3Minor ASUS ROG Master 2016 - South Korea 2 : 0 $4,464.29
2016-03-02 A11st A3Minor D!ngIT Far East Asia Invitational Season 2 3 : 0 $1,700
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Milan "Striker" Švejda (2015-11-17). "Team MVP go official". HLTV.org.
  2. South Korea TEAM MVP OFFICIAL MAGAZINE - Team Announcement, mvpzine.com
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Luis "MIRAA" Mira (2016-06-27). "Korean legends return in MVP PK". HLTV.org.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Luis "MIRAA" Mira (2016-10-14). "Rambo joins MVP as coach". HLTV.org.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Alex "flam3z" Deng (2016-11-29). "Sound leaves MVP Project". HLTV.org.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Alex "flam3z" Deng (2016-12-01). "MVP Project confirm new fifth". HLTV.org.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 flam3z (2017-02-11). "MVP expands; Project change fifth". HLTV.
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 eZIo (2017-07-30). "MVP Project disband". HLTV.org.