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STARK

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STARK
Team Information
Location:
Region:
Total Earnings:
$2,500
Links
History
Created:
2015-09-28
Disbanded:
2016-03-02


STARK is a German multigaming organization with players in Dota 2 and FIFA. The organization announced itself with the signing of 4 Anchors + Sea Captain. STARK is owned by STARK eSports UG, a full-service agency focused on gaming and electronic sports.[1]

History[edit]

STARK announced its foray into the eSports scene with the signing of a Dota 2 team. The original team which helped form the entire organization was the 4 Anchors + Sea Captain team which traces its roots to Assembly LAN 2014. The 4 Anchors + Sea Captain team underwent a few changes (most notably adding Trixi) before signing to STARK in September, 2015. Since that time, STARK's line-up has gone unchanged.

Timeline[edit]

  • February 7th - mlwhisper replaces okcya. Buugi moves back to support role.[2]
  • March 2nd - Unable to achieve the improvements wanted, the team disbanded.[3]
  • September 28th - The team is announced, and signs 4 Anchors + Sea Captain.[4]
  • October 17th - STARK announced as Finnish eSports Team of the Year

Player Roster[edit]

Former[edit]

Former Squad Former Squad
ID Name Position Join DateLeave Date New Team
Finland mlwhisper
(
Miska Koistinen
)
1
Join Date: 
2016-02-07[2]
Leave Date: 
2016-03-02[3]
 
Oogway
Finland nemphy Captain
(
Sampsa Kutvonen
)
2
Join Date: 
2015-09-28[4]
Leave Date: 
2016-03-02[3]
 
5 Anchors No Captain
Finland Trixi
(
Kalle Saarinen
)
3
Join Date: 
2015-09-28[4]
Leave Date: 
2016-03-02[3]
 
Team Defiance
Finland Vaalix
(
Mikko Ristimäki
)
4/5
Join Date: 
2015-09-28[4]
Leave Date: 
2016-03-02[3]
 
Oogway
Finland Buugi
(
Riku Fält
)
4/5
Join Date: 
2015-09-28[4]
Leave Date: 
2016-03-02[3]
 
Avengers
Former Players Former Players
ID Name Position Join DateLeave Date New Team
Finland okcya
(
Niklas Koskinen
)
4/5
Join Date: 
2015-09-28[4]
Leave Date: 
2016-02-07[2]

Organization[edit]

ID Name Position
Germany OnePercent  Martin Wyss Managing Director
Finland Laged  Matti Parkkila Team Manager

Achievements[edit]

DatePlaceTierTournamentResultPrize
2016-02-19GA7 - 8thA2MinorProDotA Cup Europe #3ProDotA Cup Europe #30 : 1 
2016-02-15BD2 - 6thA5QualifierDota Pit League Season 4 European Qualifier ADota Pit League Season 4 European Qualifier A1/1/3Grp S. 
2016-02-14CA3 - 4thA2MinorRumble TownRumble Town0 : 2 
2016-02-12EC5 - 8thA2MinorBTS Europe #2BTS Europe #20 : 2 
2016-01-25GA7 - 8thA2MinorProDotA Cup Europe #2ProDotA Cup Europe #20 : 2 
2016-01-06CA3 - 4thA5QualifierShanghai Major 2016: European Open Qualifier #2Shanghai Major 2016: European Open Qualifier #20 : 2 
2015-12-22BA2ndA2MinorProDotA Cup Europe #1ProDotA Cup Europe #10 : 3$1,000
2015-11-07IG9 - 16thA1MajorPGL Dota 2 Pro-AMPGL Dota 2 Pro-AM1 : 2 
2015-11-01CA3rdA2MinorWorld Cyber Arena 2015 - Europe Open QualifiersWorld Cyber Arena 2015 - Europe Open Qualifiers2 : 0$1,500
2015-10-07ME13 - 18thA1MajorThe Defense Season 5The Defense Season 52/0/3Grp S. 
Complete list of results in any tournament

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Stark.gg - About
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Arto "Melfarion" Pärssinen (7 February 2016). "Farewell okcya, welcome in mlwhisper!". stark.gg. Retrieved 7 February 2016.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Cristy "Pandora" Ramadani (2 March 2016). "STARK disbands after 18 months". dotablast.com. Retrieved 3 March 2016.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 The STARK era begins