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against All authority

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[e][h]against All authority
Team Information
Germain "Balrog" Capperon
Yoann "Zidwait" Wezemael
Team Earnings:
Player Breakdown
Number of players:

against All authority is one of the oldest multigaming team in France, having been founded in 2000. It was mostly known for its Counter Strike team in the early 2000s. Through the years, the team won many titles, including the 2003 QuakeCon's Quake III Arena CTF tournament, the 2006 CPL Italy's Counter Strike tournament, and the 2010 BlizzCon's World of Warcraft tournament.[1]

The team has currently seven sections:

  • Poker
  • StarCraft II
  • League of Legends
  • Hearthstone
  • ShootMania
  • TrackMania
  • FIFA15

Besides that, aAa's website is also designed since 2004 as an information site which covers the news of various games, both in France and international areas.

The aAa.SCII line-up was announced early in March 2010 in order to coincide with the release of the StarCraft II beta, and had several well-known French players from both StarCraft: Brood War and Warcraft III. Many of those players have been French national representatives in their respective games and the squad sees the revival of the StarCraft branch of aAa, picking up where the SC1 squad was discontinued. Since the release of the game, aAa has signed a few European players to be as competitive as possible on the international scene.

During the months following the release of the game, aAa positioned itself as one of the two strongest French teams, shoulder to shoulder with Millenium. The team relied particularly on SarenS, who was considered the best French player at the time, and on Nerchio, the Polish prodigy. However, the team suffered managerial problems after Spirit Lan 8 in January 2011. These tensions eventually caused the departure of the three majors French players, SarenS, KenZy, and FremAN, for Cyber Nation. Meanwhile, aAa's staff dismissed TuZeR and ParanOid. As a result, Nerchio, kAra and the coach Kaoru decided to leave the team, leaving Mak0z as the only player left.

The new line-up was revealed in April 2011 during the Gamers Assembly. It featured ex-Team Sypher players such as Reave, Feast, Nbs and Fargo as well as the up-and-coming Swiss Zerg player biGs. BoKuRa was announced as the new manager, replacing Kaoru.


  • On February 04, DnS leaves team.
  • On January 27, aAa published an article summarizing 2014 and announcing changements in the line-up for 2015 : Divi and NeOAnGeL who stopped to play StarCraft 2 leave whereas Armax and Twine join the team.[3]
  • On June 4, BsK announces he leaves aAa after three years in the team.[4]
  • On August 2, Chubz leaves the team.[Citation needed]

Player Roster[edit]


Active Squad
IDNameJoin Date20122013201420152016201720182019
BelgiumArmaxMaxime Van Espen2015-01-27--------
FranceMiNiMaThMathieu Perrus2012-11-209 - 16th Electronic Sports World Cup 201225 - 32nd 2013_DreamHack_Open/ValenciaChallenger League 17 - 32nd 2014 WCS Season 2 Europe-33 - 48th 2016_DreamHack_Open/Leipzig37 - 44th Intel Extreme Masters--
FranceSpartfireDavid Zeng2014-05-08--------


Former Players
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
FranceAureSAurélien Sannier2011-11-202012-03-05 Imaginary Gaming
SwitzerlandbiGsHan Sang Cho2011-04-232011-09-15 mousesports
FranceBlitzTaoKévin Cumine2014-01-092014-11-23 Redbloods
FranceBsKJérémy Duez2012-05-242015-06-04 MadCorps
FranceChubzSimon Vullo2014-06-062015-08-02 Invasion eSport
FranceCrowClément Dumont2014-09-01 Retirement
FranceDiviDavid Couet2015-01-27 Retirement
FranceDnSAdrien Bouet2014-09-032017-02-04 Cascade
FranceEeelCristophe Boucardey2012-11-202013-11-28 Retirement
FranceeffectoEddy Tritten2011-08-??2012-11-12 Team eXtensive
FranceetidroodEtienne Carluer Retirement
LithuaniaFargoVaidas Radavicius2011-04-222011-06-30 VP Gamers
BelgiumFeastJérémy Vansnick2011-04-222011-10-29 Millenium
FranceFremANAntonin Nosenzo2013-07-25 Retirement
FranceIxionJordan Ben Mkaddem2013-07-25 Retirement
GermanykAraThomas Ciolak2010-09-152011-03-29 ESC Icybox
FranceKenZyBruno Wafo-Tapa2010-03-052011-03-29 Cyber Nation
FranceMarineLorDAlexis Eusebio2012-10-202013-12-01 Millenium
FranceMiNiMaThMathieu Perrus2011-11-202012-03-05 Team eXtensive
LithuaniaNbsLaurynas Kisielius2011-04-222011-08-?? Mistral eSport
FranceNeekzJérémy Nguyen2013-02-04
FranceNeOAnGeLGrégory Ferte2012-10-202015-01-27 Retirement
PolandNerchioArtur Bloch2010-12-172011-03-29 Team Empire
FranceOrigineThomas Aufresne2012-11-202013-02-04
PolandParanOidRafal Kontowicz2011-01-142011-03-29 Meet Your Makers
FrancePsiOniCPaul Daniel2014-12-302016-01-15 Retirement
BelgiumReaveJonathan Vansnick2011-04-222011-10-29
FranceSarenSPierre Guivarch2010-03-052011-03-29 Cyber Nation
PolandSLiDeRDominik Rogacki2011-06-??2011-08-31 apeX eSports
FranceTuZeRRomain Franco2010-03-052011-03-29 Virus Gaming
FranceTwineJules Bied2015-01-272020-07-19 Blue Flame eSports
FranceWolfChristophe Laporte2011-08-??2012-03-05 Team


ID Name Position
France ZidwaitYoann Wezemael StarCraft II Manager and Editor in Chief
France BalrogGermain Capperon StarCraft II Coach

Team Achievements[edit]

2014-08-05DA4thA9UndefinedRussian Starcraft 2 Team League Season 5Russian Starcraft 2 Team League Season 50 : 5$28
2014-02-08MC13 - 16thA3MinorRaidCall ESL Euro Series Winter 2013RaidCall ESL Euro Series Winter 20130-3Grp S.$0
2013-03-19DA4thA3MinorCascade1xbet Clan League Season 4Cascade1xbet Clan League Season 43 : 4$0
2011-02-15BA2ndA9UndefinedSC2F Season 1SC2F Season 11 : 3$0
Complete list of results in any tournament



Earnings Statistics

1v1 Medal Statistics

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Note: This table shows the medals won by players
in 1v1 events while on the team.


  1. aAa's all-time record
  2. France aAa (2016-01-215). "*aAa* PsiOniC prend sa retraite".
  3. France aAa (2015-01-27). "*aAa* SC2 : c'est parti pour 2015 !".
  4. France BsK (2015-06-04). !.
  5. France aAa (2014-01-09). "Un terran rejoint l'équipe *aAa* SC2".
  6. France aAa (2014-03-09). "Un nouveau joueur chez *aAa*".
  7. France aAa (2014-06-06). "Un protoss débarque chez *aAa*".
  8. France aAa (2014-05-08). "*aAa* accueille un nouveau zerg".
  9. France aAa (2014-09-01). "Une nouvelle saison pour *aAa* SC2".
  10. Team Redbloods (November 23, 2014). "Redbloods recruit BlitzTao". Retrieved November 23, 2014.
  11. "*aAa* SC II : le point début 2013", 4 February 2013.
  12. France aAa (2013-07-25). "Deux départs chez *aAa* SC2".
  13. Eeel joins aAa.Dota2]
  14. France aAa (2013-01-01). "MarineLord quitte aAa".
  15. France "Change in direction for aAa.sc2"., 5 March 2012. Translated version
  16. France "Changes concerning the SC2 team"., 24 May 2012. Translated version
  17. France aAa se separe d'effecto, 12 November 2012.
  18. "This is SpartaAa", 20 November 2012.
  19. ParanOid joins aAa.sc2
  20. Huge changes for aAa.sc2
  21. Explaining the departure of the players
  22. mak0z leaves aAa.sc2
  23. biGs joins aAa
  24. Feast joins aAa
  25. Fargo joins aAa
  26. SLiDeR becomes the sixth aAa.sc2
  27. France Mac_Coy (2011-06-30). "Fargo n'est désormais plus *aAa*". team-aaa.
  28. Nbs leaves aAa, Wolf and effecto arrive
  29. Soey is in, SLiDeR is out
  30. biGs joins Mousesports
  31. "aAa.sc2 will go on without its Belgian players"
  32. AureS and MiNiMaTh land at aAa
  33. aAa StarCraft II team formed
  34. aAa sign kAra
  35. kAra and Kaoru wins DSRack Lan #3 2on2 tournament
  36. SarenS takes 2nd place at i41 Lan
  37. Nerchio and mak0z joins aAa
  38. SarenS wins eOSL Winter 2010