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Clairvoyance

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[e][h]Clairvoyance
Player Information
Name:
Aaron Kim
Nationality:
Years Active (Player):
2013,
2015 - 2018
Current Role:
Approx. Total Winnings:
$2,934
Signature Hero:
Bane Witch Doctor Crystal Maiden
Links
History
2013-02-28 — 2013-03-21
201?-??-?? — 2014-04-??
Evil Geniuses (Coach)
2014-05-?? — 2014-??-??
Cloud9 (Coach)
2015-02-26 — 2015-03-21
2015-09-02 — 2015-09-17
2016-05-01 — 2016-06-??
2016-06-?? — 2016-09-??
2016-??-?? — 2017-??-??
2017-11-?? — 2018-09-10
VGJ.Storm (Coach)
2018-09-10 — 2018-12-20
Mineski (Coach)
2019-02-05 — 2019-05-01
2019-07-06 — 2019-07-09
BOOM ID (Coach)
2019-09-13 — 2020-??-??
Team Xolotl (Coach)
2020-04-?? — 2021-07-03
BOOM Esports (Coach)
2021-11-?? — 2022-09-16
Army Geniuses (Coach)

Aaron "Clairvoyance" Kim is a Canadian/South Korean professional Dota 2 player who last coached Army Geniuses.

Biography[edit]

A former professional player, Clairvoyance later moved to casting with BeyondTheSummit with Merlini and for a short term co-casting with former joinDOTA commentator TobiWan.[1] He later joined Cloud9 as their coach for the upcoming The International 2014 qualifiers and departed following the main event. His transition to professional play was emerged following the creation of Monib Baray and throughout 2015 to late 2017, he played in several North American teams but with little success.

Clairovyance joined VGJ.Storm in late 2017 and began coaching the team during the 2017-18 professional circuit and following the acquisition of Resolut1on, he coached the team to a first-place finish in GESC Thailand 2018 and the subsequent Major, Changsha Major 2018 finishing second place. After qualifying for The International 2018, Aaron was caught in the midst of a coaching controversy, that later saw the team penalised in their match against OG.[2] He and his team finished 7-8th place overall and he later moved to South East Asia and joined Mineski, citing on the potential of the roster and financial stability of the role.[3][4]

Achievements[edit]

DatePlaceTierTournamentTeamResultPrize
2018-02-043rdA2Tier 3WESG 2017 North America FinalsWorld Electronic Sports GamesWorld Electronic Sports GamesWESG 2017 North America FinalsPlay 4 FunPlay 4 FunPlay 4 FunW : FF$5,000
2018-01-142ndA6QualifierWorld Electronic Sports Games 2017 Canada QualifierWorld Electronic Sports GamesWorld Electronic Sports GamesWorld Electronic Sports Games 2017 Canada QualifierPlay 4 FunPlay 4 FunPlay 4 Fun0 : 1Team CanadaTeam Canada 
2017-01-231stA2Tier 3KOD League Season IVKOD LeagueKOD LeagueKOD League Season IVDoo WopDoo WopDoo Wop3 : 1Team FreedomTeam Freedom$1,000
2016-07-252ndA2Tier 3ProDotA Cup Americas #6ProDotA CupProDotA CupProDotA Cup Americas #6Void BoysVoid BoysVoid Boys1 : 3InfamousInfamous$1,000
2016-07-022ndA2Tier 3Dota 2 Canada Cup - Season 7Dota 2 BEAT InvitationalDota 2 BEAT InvitationalDota 2 Canada Cup - Season 7Void BoysVoid BoysVoid Boys0 : 3Digital ChaosDigital Chaos$6,000
2016-06-241stA6QualifierThe International 2016: Americas Open Qualifier #2The InternationalThe InternationalThe International 2016: Americas Open Qualifier #2Void BoysVoid BoysVoid Boys2 : 1EG BulbaEG Bulba 
2016-05-272ndA2Tier 3ProDotA Cup Americas #5ProDotA CupProDotA CupProDotA Cup Americas #5DragneelDragneelDragneel1 : 3ShazamShazam$1,000
2016-04-301stA6QualifierManila Major 2016: Americas Open Qualifier #1Manila Major 2016: Americas Open Qualifier #1DragneelDragneelDragneel2 : 0EverNovaEverNova 
2013-10-061stA6QualifierEMS One Fall AmericasESL Major Series OneESL Major Series OneEMS One Fall AmericasTake FiveTake FiveTake Five3 : 2Evil GeniusesEvil Geniuses 
2013-02-171stA5WeeklyPlay4Dota 2013 #34PL Play4Dota24PL Play4Dota2Play4Dota 2013 #3To Inphinity and BeyondTo Inphinity and BeyondTo Inphinity and BeyondW : FFKaipiKaipi$668
Complete list of results in any tournament
DatePlaceTierTournamentTeamResultPrize
2020-03-082ndA1Tier 2StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor Season 3StarLadderStarLadderStarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor Season 3AllianceAllianceAlliance1 : 3Team AsterTeam Aster$60,000
2019-04-281stA1Tier 2OGA Dota PIT Minor 2019Dota PITDota PITOGA Dota PIT Minor 2019Ninjas in PyjamasNinjas in PyjamasNinjas in Pyjamas3 : 2EHOMEEHOME$125,000
2019-01-124thA1Tier 2The Bucharest MinorBucharest MinorBucharest MinorThe Bucharest MinorNinjas in PyjamasNinjas in PyjamasNinjas in Pyjamas0 : 2Keen GamingKeen Gaming$25,000
2018-12-091stA2Tier 3AMD Dota 2 Pro Series 2018CEG Dota 2 Pro SeriesCEG Dota 2 Pro SeriesAMD Dota 2 Pro Series 2018MineskiMineskiMineski3 : 2Mr Game BoyMr Game Boy$17,997
2018-10-201stA2Tier 3Red Bull GuardiansRed Bull GuardiansMineskiMineskiMineski3 : 0paiN GamingpaiN Gaming$20,000
2018-08-237th - 8thA0Tier 1The International 2018The InternationalThe InternationalThe International 2018VGJ.StormVGJ.StormVGJ.Storm0 : 2Team SecretTeam Secret$638,333
2018-05-202ndA0Tier 1MDL Changsha MajorMars Dota 2 LeagueMars Dota 2 LeagueMDL Changsha MajorVGJ.StormVGJ.StormVGJ.Storm0 : 3PSG.LGDPSG.LGD$200,000
2018-05-121stA1Tier 2GESC: Thailand Dota2 MinorGlobal Electronic Sports ChampionshipGlobal Electronic Sports ChampionshipGESC: Thailand Dota2 MinorVGJ.StormVGJ.StormVGJ.Storm2 : 0Keen GamingKeen Gaming$111,000
2014-07-205th - 6thA0Tier 1The International 2014The InternationalThe InternationalThe International 2014Cloud9Cloud9Cloud91 : 2Vici GamingVici Gaming$655,439
2014-04-203rdA0Tier 1StarLadder StarSeries Season 9StarLadder StarSeriesStarLadder StarSeriesStarLadder StarSeries Season 9Evil GeniusesEvil GeniusesEvil Geniuses1 : 2Team EmpireTeam Empire$26,000
Complete list of coaching results in any tournament

Interviews[edit]

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Sam 'Wndwrt' Nordmark (2014-04-30). "Aaron 'Clairvoyance' Kim talks casting in Dota 2". gamespot.com. Retrieved 2018-09-25.
  2. Artyom "dfs" Kutateladze (2018-08-18). "VGJ.Storm penalized for too many coaches during drafts at TI8". cybersport.com. Retrieved 2018-09-25.
  3. Mineski Pro Team (2018-09-10). "Mineski Team Announcement". twitter.com. Retrieved 2018-09=25.
  4. Jesper "Julmust" Bergeskans (2018-09-10). "New Mineski coach Clairvoyance: "I plan to earn and command the respect, and reciprocate it the same, regardless of [players' background.""]. cybersport.com. Retrieved 2018-09=25.