MiTH.Streamer

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Team Information
Location:
Region:
Team Captain:
JinNy
Total Earnings:
$1,000
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History
Created:
2018-05-22

MiTH.Streamer is Made in Thailand's streamer team. The team was created for the CS:GO and PUBG competition.

The S has also been referred as Specific which formed a roster for a specific tournament with a true interest.

History[edit]

Timeline[edit]

  • January - MYM leaves to pursue competitive Counter-Strike.
  • February 8th - MiTH announces their exit from Competitive PUBG. In which Predator League 2019 Finals will be the farewell tournament. Remaining players in the roster continues under MiTH.Streamers. [3]
  • February 25th - MiTH announces new roster for FACEIT Global Summit: PUBG Classic, will played under MiTH-S in which S are Specific which formed a roster for a specific tournament as a one-off with a true interest. Consists of MinORu, Ezqelusia, Neotica. SviTT joins as standin. [4]
  • February 26th - HoN_BoYa leaves. [5]

Player Roster[edit]

Active[edit]

Streamers[edit]

Streamers Team (non-Competitive PUBG)
ID Name Role Join Date
Thailand JinNy Sarindhorn Wanothayarnchai Streamer 2018-05-22[1]
Thailand CigaretteS Patiphan Posri Streamer 2018-05-22[1]
Thailand Freddy Papop Prasopsorn Streamer 2018-05-22 [1]
Thailand viperdemon Siwet Kruavit Streamer 2018-06-22[2]
Thailand Daren Tanapat Supanarerk Streamer 2019-01-05

Former[edit]

MiTH-Specific (MiTH-S)[edit]

FACEIT Global Summit: PUBG Classic Qualifier Roster[4]
ID Name Role Join Date Leave Date New Team
Thailand MinORu Dechatorn Leksathan In-Game leader 2019-02-25 2019-04-21
Thailand Ezqelusia Wasu Surapakornniti Entry fragger 2019-02-25 2019-04-21
Thailand Neotica Tierthanat Prateepasaen Support 2019-02-25 2019-04-21
Thailand SviTT (Stand-in) Sakun Sitticharoensukchai Rifler 2019-02-25 2019-04-21
Thailand voo (Coach) Chayut Changtongkum 2019-02-25 2019-04-21


Former Players
ID Name Role Join Date Leave Date New Team
Thailand HoN_BoYa Rungrattanachai Sungsuk Support/Sniper 2019-02-17 [3] 2019-02-16 [5]
Thailand MYM (Substitute) Piyangoon Kitisin 2018-06-22 [2] 2019-01-01
Thailand dmt Theera Suwantuppa 2018-05-22[1] 2018-06-22[2]

Achievements[edit]

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