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Team Information
Location:
Coaches:
Lee "Choya" Hyung Seop
Choi "Supreme" Seung Min
Kwon "Hell" Jae Hwan
Manager:
Lee "Choya" Hyung Seop
Team Earnings:
$3,768 USD
Links
History
Created:
2010-10-01 (original team)
2013-11-01 (reformed)
Disbanded:
2013-12-25


"For Our Utopia'" (or "fOu" for short) was a Korean StarCraft II team that disbanded on December 25, 2013.[1]

fOu started out as a StarCraft: Brood War clan in Korea, known for producing talents such as EffOrt, HiyA and sKyHigh. Eventually, it grew into a team in StarCraft II, led by Choya and retired Hite Entus player, SeCret, now known as Oz and supported by graphics card manufacturer ZOTAC. fOu manager, Kim Tae-Yup's aim was to run the team similar to Brood War professional teams, with an A-team and a B-team system.

On the 18th of July 2011, fOu was acquired by FXOpen eSports and became a part of the FXO organization, together with the American FXO division, and the fOu management.[2]

On November 1st 2013, supervisor Choya stated that FXO was no longer sponsoring the team and that they would be returning to the name, fOu.[3] However, on the 25th of December 2013, Choya announced that fOu would be disbanding, with the players going their separate ways.[4]

Timeline[edit]

Player Roster[edit]

Former Players - 2013 Squad[edit]

Former Players
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
South KoreaChoyaLee Hyung Seop2013-10-312013-12-25 Prime
South KoreaGuMihoKoh Byung Jae2013-10-312013-12-25 CJ Entus
South KoreaHurricaneNam Ki Woong2013-10-312013-12-25 Samsung Galaxy
South KoreaJKSSong Jae Kyung2013-10-312013-12-25 Retirement
South KoreaLeenockLee Dong Nyoung2013-10-312013-12-25 yoe Flash Wolves
South KoreaLuckyLee In Soo2013-10-312013-12-25 Incredible Miracle
South KoreaSeedAhn Sang Won2013-10-312013-12-25 Team Dignitas
South KoreaSupremeChoi Seung Min2013-10-312013-12-25 Incredible Miracle
South KoreaTassadarKim Jung Hoon2013-10-312013-12-25 Love Your Girlfriend

Former Players - 2010/11 Squad[edit]

Former Players
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
South KoreaaLiveHan Lee Seok2010-??-??2011-07-18 Team SCV Life
South KoreaArtistJo Min Ho201?-??-??2011-07-18 Team ReIGN
South KoreaasdLee Dae Jin201?-??-??2011-07-18 FXOpen e-Sports
South KoreaChoyaLee Hyung Seop2010-??-??2011-07-18 FXOpen e-Sports
South KoreaCraneKim Han Byul2010-10-072011-07-18 FXOpen e-Sports
South KoreaGoldenJo Myung Hwan2010-??-??2011-07-18 SlayerS
South KoreaGuMihoKoh Byung Jae2010-??-??2011-07-18 FXOpen e-Sports
South KoreaHappinessHwang Hee Doo201?-??-??2011-07-18 Team SCV Life
South KoreainoriWoo Min Gyu201?-??-??2011-07-18 FXOpen e-Sports
South KoreakAsyuHan Byung Hoon2010-??-??2011-07-18 FXOpen e-Sports
South KoreaLeenockLee Dong Nyoung2010-??-??2011-07-18 FXOpen e-Sports
South KoreaLuckyLee In Soo201?-??-??2011-07-18 FXOpen e-Sports
South KoreaOxChoi Won Seok2011-07-18 FXOpen e-Sports
South KoreaOzKim Hak Soo2010-10-012011-07-18 FXOpen e-Sports
South KoreaPartinGWon Lee Sak2010-??-??2011-07-18 FXOpen e-Sports
South KoreaReadJeong Chang Hyun2011-07-18
CanadaRebornKevin Yoo2011-07-18 Team Legion
South KoreasCKim Seung Chul2010-10-012011-07-18 FXOpen e-Sports
South KoreaShineChoi Kyung Min201?-??-??2011-07-18 FXOpen e-Sports
South KoreaSiriusChoi Jin Sol201?-??-??2011-07-18 FXOpen e-Sports
South KoreaSoulmanLee Jong Hyun2010-10-072011-07-18 FXOpen e-Sports
South KoreaTeriusSong Byung Hak2010-11-092011-07-18 Prime
South KoreaTheBestKim Chan Min2010-10-072011-07-18 FXOpen e-Sports
South KoreaTopClassJung Bang Min20??-??-??2011-07-18 FXOpen e-Sports
South KoreaWeekendLee Haeng Seon20??-??-??2011-07-18 FXOpen e-Sports

Organization[edit]

Staff at time of Disbandment
ID Name Position New Team
South Korea ChoyaLee Hyung Seop fOu Supervisor Prime
South Korea HellKwon Jae Hwan Dota 2 Coach
South Korea SeekerMichael Suh Translator Clarity Gaming
South Korea SupremeChoi Seung Min Playing Coach Incredible Miracle

Team Achievements[edit]

DatePlaceTierTournamentResultPrize
2013-11-23DA4thA1Premier2013 Global Starcraft II Team League Season 22013 Global Starcraft II Team League Season 23-5Grp S.$3,768
2011-10-08GA7 - 8thA1Premier2011 Global Starcraft II Team League Season 12011 Global Starcraft II Team League Season 12-3Grp S.$0
2011-05-19CA3 - 4thA1PremierGlobal Starcraft II Team League MayGlobal Starcraft II Team League May3 : 4$0
2011-03-24EC5 - 8thA1PremierGlobal Starcraft II Team League MarchGlobal Starcraft II Team League March2 : 4$0
2011-02-10EC5 - 8thA1Premier2011 Global StarCraft II Team League Feb2011 Global StarCraft II Team League Feb0 : 4$0
Complete list of results in any tournament

Statistics[edit]

Earnings Statistics

Team Medal Statistics

TierTotal
Premier0011
Total0011

1v1 Medal Statistics

TierTotal
Premier0044
Major0112
Minor0101
Monthly2103
Weekly1135
Total34815

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

References[edit]

  1. lystier (25th December 2013). "fOu (former FXO) disbands". tl.net.
  2. Kiyo. (18th July 2011). "fOu Becomes FXO Korea". tl.net.
  3. egernya (2nd October 2013). "FXOpen to stop sponsoring FXO.KR". tl.net.
  4. lystier (25th December 2013). "fOu (former FXO) disbands". tl.net.
  5. Waxangel (1st November 2013). "FXOpen Korea returns to team fOu". tl.net.
  6. lystier (25th December 2013). "fOu (former FXO) disbands". tl.net.
  7. Kiyo. (18th July 2011). "fOu Becomes FXO Korea". tl.net.
  8. GTR (7th October 2010). "fOu sets up Korean SC2 Team". tl.net.