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Sung "trOt" Jin Park
Kim "Hwanni" Sung Hwan
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EG-Liquid was a partnership between the teams Evil Geniuses and Team Liquid. The two teams formed a combined roster of players in order to compete in Proleague. The partnership was announced on December 4, 2012.[1][2]


2012-2013 Proleague[edit]

EG-Liquid made their debut as the first foreign team to compete in Proleague on December 8, 2012. Their first match was against KT Rolster, which resulted in a 0-4 loss for EG-Liquid. For this match, EG-Liquid had to play without TaeJa, HerO, and Stephano. EG-Liquid scored their first win in Proleague in Week 2 with a 4-0 win against Samsung Khan. By the end of Round 1, EG-Liquid ended up 4th overall, with a record of 3-4.

Round 2 marked the debut of Stephano in Proleague. During Week 1, EG-Liquid was all-killed by KT Rolster’s Flash, but managed to beat SKT T1 4-2. Week 2 was Stephano’s first appearance in Proleague, in the matchup versus CJ Entus. After being down 1-2, Stephano was picked to play against CJ’s herO. During the start of the match, Stephano typed “gl, hf” and was given a warning by the KeSPA referees. Stephano won 2 games for EG-Liquid before falling to Hydra, with EG-Liquid ultimately losing 3-4 to CJ Entus. Round 2 ended with EG-Liquid going 3-4, with an overall score of 6-8 for the entire season.

By Round 3, the EG-Liquid hype had died down after 2 losing rounds. The beginning of Round 3 was no improvement, with 4-1 losses to STX SouL and Samsung KHAN. EG-Liquid’s lack of Proleague experience showed, with a 1-6 record in Round 3 and a 7-14 overall record for the season. This poor performance put EG-Liquid in last place, behind Team 8

After the poor performance in Round 3, EG-Liquid announced on March 13 that they would be adding former SKT Coach Park Yong Woon as the new head coach.[3] After releasing PuMa, EG picked up both aLive and Oz, reaffirming their commitment to a focus on Proleague. [4]

On July 22nd, Coach Park left EG-TL to become the head coach of CJ Entus.[5]

Player Roster[edit]

Active roster when disbanded[edit]

Team ID Name
SouthKoreaSouth Korea P HerO Song Hyeon Deok
SouthKoreaSouth Korea T TaeJa Yoon Young Seo
SouthKoreaSouth Korea Z Zenio Choi Jung Min
NorwayNorway Z Snute Jens Aasgaard
SouthKoreaSouth Korea p Oz Kim Hak Soo
SouthKoreaSouth Korea P JYP Park Jin Young
SouthKoreaSouth Korea t aLive Han Lee Seok
SouthKoreaSouth Korea T trOt Sung Jin Park
SouthKoreaSouth Korea z Jaedong Lee Jae Dong
SouthKoreaSouth Korea Z Revival Kim Dong Hyun


Team ID Name
CanadaCanada P HuK Chris Loranger
SwedenSweden T ThorZaIN Marcus Sebastian Eklöf
UKUnited Kingdom T DeMusliM Benjamin Baker
FranceFrance Z Stephano Ilyes Satouri


Coaches at time of Disbandment
ID Name Position
South Korea trOtSung Jin Park Player-Coach
South Korea yongunYong Woon Park Head Coach

Team Achievements[edit]

2013-07-09HA8thA1Premier2012–2013 SK Planet Proleague: Regular Season2012–2013 SK Planet Proleague: Regular Season16-26Grp S.$4,446
Complete list of results in any tournament


Earnings Statistics


  1. Liquid`Nazgul (2012-12-04). "Unholy Alliance". Retrieved 2012-12-04.
  2. "A New Era Has Come". Retrieved 2012-12-04.
  3. Alex Garfield (2013-03-13). "EG-Liquid names Coach Park as new Head Coach". Retrieved 2013-03-13.
  4. "EG Welcomes aLive and Oz". Retrieved 2013-04-02.